Nobody saw this coming.
On Thursday, Jemele Hill, who is a former colleague of Stephen A. Smith, took to Twitter and responded to a video that of Smith saying him and hip-hop mogul Jay-Z were partially responsible for Colin Kaepernick’s NFL workout last month.
“Arguably ESPN’s most prominent talent admitting to help orchestrate a workout for Colin Kaepernick … yeah let me go back to minding my business. Guards!” Hill tweeted.
That seemed like a shot at Stephen A. Smith, depending on how you want to look at it.
Her next tweet definitely seemed like a dig at Smith.
Stephen A. Smith saw that tweet and promptly fired back at his friend.
Hill elected to bow out after that response.
Back in 2018, Hill received a $5 million buyout to leave ESPN after joining the Disney-owned giant back in 2006 as a columnist.