“I’m really sorry for what I did 20 years ago.”
Uri Geller finally betrayed his decision to stop Nintendo from using Pokemon Kadabra. He continues to receive “a huge amount of email” about it and said he was “really sorry” for the controversy that took place 20 years ago.
Pokemon, translated in Japanese as “Kadabra” or “Kadabra”, is famous for promoting spoons, but 2000 after Geller began a court battle after claiming that Pokemon used his portrait. It disappeared in the early 2000s. He especially noticed that Pokemon was an “evil and occult Pokemon character” (thanks, VG24 / 7) and fought to prevent Nintendo from using it.
But now the illusionist seems to have changed his mind.
I’m really sorry for what I did 20 years ago. Children and adults I have lifted the ban.That’s all now #Nintendo Bring me #kadabra #Pokemon Card back.
Probably one of the rarest cards now! A lot of energy and love for everyone! https: //t.co/Rv1aJFlIKS pic.twitter.com/5zDMX5S8WA
— Uri Geller (@TheUriGeller) November 28, 2020
“I’m really sorry for what I did 20 years ago,” Geller admitted in a tweet on his official Twitter account. “Children and adults I lift the ban. It’s up to Nintendo to get my Kadabra Pokemon card back.
“This will probably be one of the rarest cards now! Give everyone a lot of energy and love!”
“I’m still begging to allow Nintendo to revive Kadabra / Kadabra due to the sheer volume of email. […] In a letter to Nintendo’s chairman, he gave permission to re-release Uri Geller Kadabra / Kadabra worldwide, “Geller told Gamer, his letter was” picked up by two Nintendo representatives. ” Added.