Stephen A Smith took his talents from ESPN to The Breakfast Club on Thursday to promote his new book, and his new podcast, and talk about a bevy of topics.
One of the topics that came up was his having to be cautious around women who try and pursue him. It wasn’t just regular pursuing, but they would often times be aggressive in doing so, which made his red flags go up.
“They’re gonna come at you in a variety of ways. I’ve been in situations where I’ve been propositioned covering the NBA playoffs and NBA Finals. I’m not saying this is exactly what happened, but I wondered who sent them.
Because the women were a little too aggressive. I don’t think I look like Godzilla, but I ain’t that damn attractive.”
“Why are they acting like they got to get with me? Something’s fishy about this.”
Smith also gave his take on the Ime Udoka cheating scandal that has taken the sports world by storm. Udoka is the fiancé to Nia Long and is involved in a cheating scandal for allegedly sleeping with a woman on the Boston Celtics team.
Smith claimed that Udoka is basically a single man sleeping with a woman with consent and questioned how his actions warrant this level of attention and repercussion.