Found June 28, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Lolo Jones
Lolo Jones has not been one to keep her opinions to herself, and that seems to be the case once again. She was once again criticized for her comments on Twitter. Jones was watching testimony from Rachel Jeantel, one of Trayvon Martin’s closest friends on Thursday when she tweeted a mention of Tyler Perry’s “Madea” character. Rachel Jeantel looked so irritated during the cross-examination that I burned it on DVD and I’m going to sell it as Madea goes to court. — Lolo Jones (@lolojones) June 27, 2013   Jeantel has spent two days on the stand giving her testimony of the final moments of Martin’s life at the George Zimmerman trial. Jones is an Olympic hurdler who is trying her luck at bobsledding.

Once again, Lolo Jones says something stupid

Maybe it is the media and the internets fault for continuing to give a platform towards relevancy, but that would be a cop-out for her. Lolo Jones, took to her Twitter account to say something completely and utterly stupid in regards to the Trayvon Martin case. Rachel Jeantel, the last person who spoke to Martin prior to him losing his life due to a gun shot from George Zimmerman...

Lolo Jones Says Trayvon Martin’s Friend Rachel Jeantel Looks Like Madea (Photo)

A young unarmed teenager lost his life way too soon and the trial of George Zimmerman will determine if that homicide was justifiable or not. Rachel Jeantel was the last person to speak to Trayvon Martin before his altercation with Zimmerman. Lolo Jones decided it would be a good time to take a shot at her physical appearace on Twitter. Lame joke, but that is what Lolo Jones’...
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