The next time Mexico plays the US, watch some woke (that is not a banned word here (yet?) losers infiltrate the crowd to cause trouble and get Mexico more bans...Yeah.....Way over the top....and what is to stop opposing fans to chant it to disqualify Mexico?
Quite a lot of that. And quite a lot of these...just moronic hit pieces with buzzwords.Annoying that these articles always stay generic and don't describe what was actually said
Barkley has used the "joke" about larger women specifically from San Antonio for years now. He's called the city a "gold mine for Weight Watchers" and when he attempted an apology, he instead said he understood why they were heavier because he tried churros and decided they were delicious.
The hosts mentioned that San Antonio is rated one of the "fattest cities" in the U.S. and Texas one of the fattest states. Alabama, where Barkley is from, is also near the top. He also noted he is overweight.
Notably, though, his comments have never been about the people in San Antonio, but specifically he has targeted women. In the decades of his comments, he's never been "canceled."
He can dish it out but can take it too. Love this exchange.Quite a lot of that. And quite a lot of these...just moronic hit pieces with buzzwords.
This one's on Charles Barkley. You have to love the "journalist's" gotcha too. Chuck said that he and others can't have fun on the show without "jackasses trying to get you canceled". Her big fact check is that no one ever actually canceled Barkley. If she's an English Major, she needs a refund.
She goes for the jugular near the end...hilariously proving his point without realising it. But I'll give her some credit - her retelling of the joke makes it even funnier: