There’s been a lot of talk about Cam Newton’s recent, offensive comments regarding “bad b*tch” women and their inability ‘cook and keep quiet.’
Newton was explaining how some women want to be “boss b*tches,” but they’re really just “bad b*tches” because they don’t know how to do things like cook, keep quiet and “allow a man to lead.”
Many women have been chiming in on Cam’s comments, but I don’t think anyone could have imagined that this whole argument would somehow result in claims of LeBron James and Steph Curry possibly cheating on their wives. And yet, here we are…
It all started when CFO sports host J Tuck interpreted the comments to mean Cam Newton “prefers an Ayesha Curry or Savannah James over a Brittany Renner.”
Brittany Renner saw the comment and agreed. She even took things one step further with a final sentence that read, “Most [men] cheat with women who look nothing like their wife anyway!”
Instagram gossip page @TheNeighborhoodTalk took the tweets of both J Tuck and Renner and posted them to their page. And let’s just say that the comments section was overflown with IG models carrying their torches and pitchforks, ready to burn the marriages of Curry and LeBron to the ground as they stood behind their girl Brittany.
Here’s the IG post:
One IG Model by the name of Jayden Robinson went so far as to claim that one of LeBron James or Steph Curry is “10000%” cheating on their wife, which is a pretty damning accusation from someone with nearly 65k followers.
Another woman doubled down on Renner’s comments by saying, “She ain’t lying…one of ya favorites them like Snow Bunnies … with a black wife…iykyk.”
And there were many more women throughout the comments section who were flat-out calling out LeBron for his unfaithfulness.
Every social media user knows that anything coming from the comments section or an IG Model (or in this case, both) should always be taken with a grain of salt. It’s not the first time someone’s come at LeBron James with cheating accusations.
I’m sure he knows how to deal with these sorts of claims by now.