So it is racist to knock out Nate Robinson because he is black?
December 8th, 2020, Jemele Hill and Cari Champion asked Youtuber and professional boxer, Jack Paul if he thought defeating former NBA player Nate Robinson was racist.
In the new vice tv show called “Stick to Sports”, you can see former ESPN Host Jemele Hill asking Jake Paul the question in a jokingly manner, and then after a short moment that’s when Cari Champion asked the same question even though initially he said no it wasn’t racist at all.
Even though it may seem like a joke, I think that they were quite serious especially of Jemele Hill’s track record. For example, she has stated previously that she thinks that Donald Trump is a white supremacist. Also, she tweeted in August that she read a book called, “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” which discusses the bad treatment of black people which is similar to a caste system.
Watch Video of Jemele Hill and Cari Champion ask Jake Paul an unusual question
Again, maybe it was a laughing manner but the fact that they prolonged this particular subject is questionable. Asking this racist question makes you a racist when you think about it. I mean a white man knocking out a black man isn’t racist, it is simply a sport that people tend to enjoy for pure entertainment and some want to escape from a political world.
Correction: Jemele Hill read the book about Treatment of black people
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