As fully expected, Jason Whitlock has major issues with several people at his former employer in the entire situation involving Rachel Nichols.
ESPN removed Rachel Nichols from her role as the sideline reporter for the NBA Finals after the New York Times published an audio recording of Nichols making disparaging comments about colleague Maria Taylor.
Whitlock, who was fired by ESPN years ago, gave his opinion on the matter and he did not mince any words while calling out several people by name.
“I couldn’t imagine being as fragile as Taylor. A 34-year-old former D-1 basketball and volleyball player, I couldn’t imagine being so obsessed with the opinions of white co-workers that their private thoughts could hurt me to the point that I expect the company’s human resources department to addresss it.”
“This is embarrasing for Black people…..and I say Black people, because Kendrick Perkins, Richard Jefferson, Jalen Rose, and several other Black ESPN employees have publicly validated Taylor’s allegedly hurt feelings.”
“This is my problems with modern liberals, Black and White.”
“Black liberals turn emotional and weak at the thought of a White person not rubbing their bellies and patting their heads with approval.”