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ESPN has decided to suspend, HIS & HERS host, Jemele Hill for two weeks for “a second violation” Hill had initiated controversy within the company when she first tweeted that the POTUS is a “white supremacist” back in September. See ESPN’s official statement on the matter below:

What did she say? How did It happen? It all started with this tweet:

After over 13,000 likes, and almost 5,000 re-tweets, the conversation began to heat up. After being asked “Do you see them as sellouts? If they don’t kneel?” The ESPN host responded with:

Then followed with a series of tweets including this one:

Making herself clear Jemele had this to say:

After the suspension President Trump rushed to Twitter, just hours ago, to share his thoughts:

Luckily, Jemele has support from many sides including Chicago’s own Common, Charlamagne Tha God, Lala Hathaway, home town hero, Chance the Rapper and many more. Hill herself has yet to respond publicly.

Published By: Sherri Johnson (Intern)

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