This Morning Roast host is really mad at Deadspin

Oh no, a sports talk radio host is crazy.

Oh no, a sports talk radio host is crazy.
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That’s the question midway through 95.7 The Game’s Morning Roast in San Francisco. Large Drake impersonation, touched on everything after being called out for tweeting about a personal issue with Andrew Wiggins — an issue he wants to keep private. Why go through the trouble of processing a tweet after it’s been removed?

Let’s not be so sensitive. It just further reinforces the stereotype of light skinned black guys (you know “we’re too sensitive”). Tell KiKi it’s okay. You seem to have a lot in common with Drake. Nice promo BH You even threw in a WWE reference while claiming you didn’t know Deadspin existed – wow, what a burn! — though you read the article. Trust me, with the traffic rate of this station, you won’t last long either. Nobody called your show stupid. Relax and settle your nerves.

The debate was about whether the outside world had a right to know what was happening to him Andrew Wiggins. The team has spoken about it, and they say Wiggins wants some privacy right now. We know they’re asking the question, but after the answer, it’s probably time to move on. Fans can feel however they want, but that doesn’t make them right. No fan is choosing to cancel Warriors tickets because Wiggins will be out for some time or the rest of the year. It was great Golden State but there you go. If Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole are on the court, they’ll be in the building.

You’ve done your job and asked what the fanbase thinks. But after a month of pondering and questioning, let him deal with what he’s going through. We’ll probably find out soon enough. But get the facts straight and work on the better Mac Dre. That’s something to be upset about. Since you represent the Bay Area.

Until next time…


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