I said it before and I will say it again, the second you start using logic and rationale to defend yourself against humorous allegations of throwing an 'All White Yacht Party' you basically indict yourself of throwing an 'All White Yacht Party'. I actually find it amazing that Kyrie Irving thought the accusations of having a "no black girls allowed" rule is something that was worth disputing publicly. Can we just get these jokes off Kyrie? Can't we get a few laughs at the expense of your Becky-filled boat cruise? It's twitter bro. Outside of a few African American women who die a little inside every time they see a black man with a white woman in tow, no one really thought that you had a bouncer turning away every girl that was a shade too dark. There wasn't an overarching belief that you were punting every girl that was a littttttle too black back into the ocean 'Sparta' style.
That said, the best way to make people think that WAS the case is to offer an apology to those that were offended by something that wasn't even remotely offensive. Jesus Kyrie, not every joke needs to be taken literally. Especially not when the source of it is a social media platform. Normal, level headed people understand that you probably had more white women on a yacht in the Bahamas, because - at any given time - there are more white women visiting the Bahamas. I don't think that math is too hard to comprehend. So stop trying to safeguard it like the buzz following the spread of that video was anything more than online ball busting.