Found January 04, 2013 on
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Just in case you need yet another example that there are still some disturbingly racist people in the world, Jemele Hill of ESPN provided one today on her Twitter feed.
What you see below is a rather racist and sexist letter she asking ESPN management to take her off the air because “Jungle Bunny” and a “Thick Lipped Gorilla”.
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On Friday, sports broadcaster Jemele Hill shared a letter she received regarding her appearance on ESPN radio’s Colin Cowherd on The Herd. The hand written letter is filled with racial slurs. For 2 days now, I’ve sat here (at work) with your “Herd” show on–and I wanna puke! Hell, I don’t like women sportscaster [...]
On Friday, ESPN reporter Jemele Hill tweeted a racist letter from a listener who complained about a recent appearance on a radio program.
Hill was guest-hosting ESPN Radio's "The Herd" normally hosted by Colin Cowherd and Hill tweeted that the racist listener had "executed the hat trick of racial slurs".
The website Gawker has said that this is "one...
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ESPN’s Jemele Hill, a sideline reporter, and a fill in host for many of their television shows, got a really racist letter from a viewer recently. She was a
substitute for Colin Cowherd on “The Herd,” and one fan didn't like it. We see racist stuff on Twitter all the time, but hand written letters are a little more though out. Pretty pathetic...
By now, it is not uncommon for people to take to social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook and express their hate, bigotry and general. Some of our biggest stories in 2012 involved twitter gangsters going after athletes with racist slurs and even death threats for performance on the field. (Or on the ice as in the case of hockey player Joel Ward)
Although it is inexcusable,...