Nick Bosa and his girlfriend have been going viral all day Monday because Jenna Berman tweeted out some extrememly offensive things on her account before she deleted it.
On Sunday, Twitter account Resist Programming highlighted and archived a series of offensive tweets from Bosa’s girlfriend. A large number of these tweets feature her using the n-word. The tweets range from her referencing songs to her asserting that her ancestry results showed she has “African American in me,” and that she “knew” she was “half black.” In another tweet, she quoted “I swear to you I’m a n***er magnet.”
Nick Bosa himself, meanwhile, said as recently as last week that he was still “evaluating everything” regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. “I haven’t made a decision quite yet,” he said. “But I’m following the protocols and will see where it goes.”
It comes as no surprise that his girl is not on board with masks or the vaccine.
Among the many people who had something to say about it was Jemele Hill. The former ESPN personality thought about how many NFL players rightfully had smoke for Chad Wheeler after he beat his girlfriend almost to death, but also pondered how many in the 49ers locker room would confront an ‘open bigot’ like Nick Bosa.
“By the way, Nick Bosa’s opinions are not a secret. I’m old enough to remember a lot of NFL dudes having smoke for Chad Wheeler (as they should have), but how many of y’all are willing to confront open bigots in your own locker room? Asking as a fan.”