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Skip Bayless Goes Viral for Trolling 17 Year Old Bronny James!

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Tex Hollywood - August 16, 2022

Skip Bayless targeted Lebron James' 17 year old son in a tweet that apparently offended a lot of people, since it is twitter, and the core foundation of that app is for people to be triggered and cry like their opinion matters. It's probably the lowest frequency of the social networks and even we've been targeted by the woke mob over "transphobia" that wasn't even transphobic, but they don't are, they'll go for the jugular and hope to ruin all aspects of your life.

Well, twitter got mad because the veteran sports talking head said something about how Bronny's dad would have done his viral dunk with his left hand, implying that the 17 year old lacks talent.

So, like anyone trying to keep their job, Bayless had to justify his words, explain himself and hope twitter moves onto the next scandal that doesn't matter.

Her said:

“For the record, I’ve always been extremely positive when it comes to Bronny James. In large part, in the biggest picture… this young man has always stood so strong underneath the burden of the name he was given,”

He went onto say:

“It shocked me last night when my tweet exploded because I wasn’t criticizing Bronny, I was merely commenting on a young man who is going to be a focal point for this show and to everybody else from this point forward.”

What a world, you can't troll a 17 year old kid who will forever be in his father's shadow no matter how talented he may be, or the twitter mob will force you to make weird ass apologies and censor yourself.



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