Stephen A. Smith Apologizes For His Shohei Ohtani Comments On ESPN This Morning
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UPDATE:
He's offered up a new apology...
ORGINAL:
On Monday, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith started the week off on a not-so-great note when he said Los Angeles Angels superstar Shohei Ohtani shouldn't be the face of the MLB because he has an interpreter. On Tuesday morning, he apologized for those comments...

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He’d have been cancelled in a millisecond if he were white. Hot damn, look at that black privilege in action.
Reply2 months
People that complain about racism are typically the most racist people out there. Screw ESPN.
Reply2 months
Stephen "Arsehole" Smith is the biggest racists with a microphone on TV. If a white ESPN employee would of said this they would of been terminated plain and simple. So obvious ESPN has a double set of standards when it comes to racists comments made by their employees. Screw ESPN and their "Hierarchy"!
2 months
So, he is a racist, just like I thought, but he gets a pass cuz be is of African dissent? BULLSH!T, Africans are more racist than any gene pool on the planet...
Reply2 months
If he was white, he wouldn't have a job.
Reply2 months
He is right about 1 thing...him being clueless!!
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What a prk..."my blackness"....KMA....don't give a sht you're black...you get by withall yur bsht because you are black.
Reply2 months
And starts off talking about himself and his blackness. GMAFB
Reply2 months
He's a racist. Everyone knows that.
Reply2 months
" But you know it’s Raciss to call it like is. " You see it as being that way because you are racist. You think these other people being better athletes is a conspiracy? Seriously? There is a lot of stuff going on that I don't care for, but people like you are what fuels it.
2 months
Yep. Can’t stand the people that think everything is racist...but confederate brass (of course), that’s pretty racist. Not sure how not wanting foreigners to play an American sport makes you a patriot.
2 months
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