ESPN anchor Shi Steel Trending on social media for comments about the president Barack ObamaIts racial identity and ESPN’s vaccine are called “sick”. He has now been pulled out of the air.
According to Diversity, ESPN executives at Disney’s Bristol, Bride, headquarters said in a statement: “At ESPN, we take a different approach – dialogue and discussion make this place great. That said, we hope that views will be expressed in a way that is consistent with our values and respectful, consistent with our internal policy. We’re having direct conversations with Sisi, and those conversations will be private.
The outlet further stated that he has tested positive for Covid.
If you miss it during the podcast Uncut with Jay Cutler, In addition to being accused of taking the coronavirus vaccine, he made comments about Obama and his father, who died nearly four decades ago.
While discussing which box he checked in the census, Steele highlighted President Obama’s ethnic identity. The 48-year-old, who has an African American father and an Irish / Italian mother, is identified as a seer, not a technically ethnic class but a racialist.
“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 that Her black dad can’t be found anywhere but her white mom and grandma 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. She died in an automobile accident in 1982 at the age of 48 when her son was just 21 years old.
In addition, since 2000, Steele or anyone else, could test multiple races in the census.
According to USA Today, Age Shi Steele has now apologized, saying in a statement, “I know my recent comments have caused controversy for the company and I apologize. More critical than ever is that we communicate constructively and thoughtfully.”