Hill, Champion ask Jake Paul bonehead question

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Two former ESPN employees had a bonehead question on their latest Vice Cari and Jemele (Won’t) Stick to Sports show. Both Jemele Hill and Cari Champion asked professional boxer Jake Paul if it was racist for him to knock out former NBA Nate Robinson.

Yes, you read that correctly. They seriously think it was racist for Paul to knock out Robinson, who was debuting in boxing, before being knocked out in the second round.

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Paul knocked out Robinson on Saturday, November 28th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Robinson took a beating, before being knocked out.

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“Nah, stop playin’ with me, come on,” Paul said.

Hill — who suffers from the Trump Derangement Syndrome, as she hates President Trump — said, “Listen Jake, it’s a sensitive time right now, we just had to witness a white man knock out a black man smooth out in front of all of America, and that’s why I asked that.”

The former SportsCenter 6 host with Michael Smith and writer even called Trump supporters racist. Even her own mother voted for Trump.

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Hill also has made racist tweets, too.

Champion followed up to ask Paul if it was racist after he said he was having internet problems.

“Stop asking me that,” Paul said. “I said ‘No!’ It’s a sh*tty question. It’s a sport. You train to win.” Champion then asked why it was a “sh*tty question.”

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Hill now claims that she was joking. But that’s only because of the backlash that she and Champion received from asking that question.

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