Found September 18, 2012 on
For those of you who don’t know, The Onion is a satirical news outlet that produces content in print, video and web form. They often take shots at athletes or figures in sports, but everybody knows it’s just a joke like something you might see on Saturday Night Live.
Everybody except Stephen A. Smith.
The Onion recently posted a satirical article about the ESPN anchor titled, “Stephen A. Smith Thinking Son Is Finally Ready For The Sex Argument.” Smith doesn’t have a 9-year-old son like the article states. It was clearly just made up to make fun of the fact that Smith would rather argue than talk about an issue, even with his own family.
But Smith took to Twitter to defend himself.
“I thought I’d heard enough despicable lies about myself. Now there’s some article out that I have a 9-yr-old son and I’m going to have a conversation with him about Sex. Mind you, I neither have a son nor a 9-Year-old. Some ppl are beyond despicable. No end! Sad what extent people w...
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