Larry Johnson never misses a day when calling out athletes, entertainers, and the insanely rich.
Last night, Naomi Osaka returned to the spotlight for the first time since withdrawing from the French Open in May when she was spotted on the red carpet at The ESPYS.
Osaka won as the best athlete in women’s sports at the annual show honoring the year’s top athletes and sports moments.
During her speech, the former Chiefs tight end noticed something peculiar with her hands, and he promptly called her out on it on his Instagram story.
“I just really want to not say a long speech because I’m a bit nervous,” Osaka said. “This year has been a really, it hasn’t even finished, but it’s been really tough for a lot of us. For me, I just want to say I really love you guys.”
Osaka, who has won four Grand Slam titles, pulled out of the French Open before the second round, saying she has “huge waves of anxiety” before speaking to the media and that she has “suffered long bouts of depression.” She also sat out Wimbledon, but will return for the Tokyo Olympics, representing her native Japan.