Sports anchor Sage Steele was recently recalled from ESPN after commenting on President Barack Obama’s ethnic identity, the network’s vaccine mandate as “sick” and testing positive for Covid. Steele has been accused of staying at Sunken Place for years, and former bachelor, Rachel Lindsay, recently released a tidbitbeat that will only confirm those suspicions.
At the time of Van Lathan Higher education In the podcast, Lindsay claims that when she first met Steele four years ago, Anchor approached her and said that she was very happy that Lindsay had not “chosen Black” on the dating contest show.
Lindsay explains, “I like Age Shi. She’s a colorful woman with a long career in the media and I longed for it but then I listened to you and the first thing you told me was how thrilled you were that I didn’t choose black.” I’m like … Who is this woman? Since then I’ve been learning more about how problematic she can be. ”
Lindsay was also upset by Steele’s comments about President Barack Obama’s ethnic identity and his father. He called Steele “twisted” and anyone “obsessed” with race. Lindsay added that Steele would not have made this comment if Obama’s father had been white.
If you miss it, during the podcast Uncut with Jay Cutler, with allegations of taking the coronavirus vaccine, he commented on Obama and his father, who died nearly four decades ago.
The 48-year-old, who has an African American father and an Irish / Italian mother, is identified as a semen.
“If they chose you as a race, what would you keep? Well, both,” Steele said. “Barack Obama chose black and he’s discriminatory … Congratulations to the president, that’s his thing, I think it’s interesting because his black Dad can’t be found anywhere but his white mother and grandmother raised him, 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.
On October 5, USA Today, Age Shi Steel apologized, saying in a statement, “I know my recent comments have caused controversy for the company and I apologize. We are in a very challenging time that affects all of us, and it is much more critical than ever.” We communicate constructively and thoughtfully. ”
It is unknown when Steel will return to ESPN.
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