More than separating art from artist, I think its about being on the less cynical side of thngs.
Why the need to brandish Tyreek Hill with the scarlet letter? At least in this example, he does get required help he needed and had an opportunity to improve his character.
I get you saying it’s inexcusable, it really is, but he acknowledges it too. Unless there were another issue to come again, I’d rather give the benefit of the doubt to people who made mistakes and have demonstrated they learned.
I’m not saying him playing good football demonstrates that he is a changed man. But neither of us has evidence to assume the opposite. So why judge?