Sports anchor Shi Steel He will return to ESPN after the positive test for Kovid and the controversial comments he made in the podcast.
A source said Page six“A date has not yet been set. He will air again next week. ”
Regarding his removal from ESPN, another source, according to Page Six, said: “There were multiple issues with this and it was a joint decision with Sage not to return this week. It was a wise thing to do. [to not have her on-air this week]. ”
If you miss it during the podcast Uncut with Jay Cutler, He called ESPN’s vaccine mandate “sick.” In addition, he commented on Obama and his father, who died nearly four decades ago.
The African-aged man, who has an African American father and Irish / Italian mother, identified him as a semen and complained of black identification in the census.
“If they force you to choose a race, what will you keep? Well, both,” Steele said. “Barack Obama has chosen black and he is discriminatory … Congratulations to the president, that’s his thing, I think it’s interesting because Her black father is nowhere to be found but her white mother and grandmother raised her, but okay. You do I’m going to do it myself. ”
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“Listen, I’m sure my white mother was there when I was born,” she says. “And my white family loves me as much as my black family.”
Obama Sr. died in an automobile accident in 1982 at the age of 48 when the future president was just 21 years old.
Since 2000, Steele, or anyone else, could test multiple races in a census.
October 5, USA Today“I know my recent comments have caused controversy for the company and I apologize. Please communicate constructively and thoughtfully,” Age Shi Steel apologized, saying in a statement.