Rickey Smiley Birthday Beach Blowout Graphics
Rickey Smiley Morning Show Featured Video
ESPN The Party - Arrivals

Source: Robin Marchant / Getty

Jemele Hill’s comments about Trump being a white supremacists made headlines especially after ESPN tried to replace her with another black sports reporter.

Sign Up For Our Newsletter!

Trump himself even demanded an apology from ESPN just days after White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said her actions were a “fireable offense.”

Athletes like Colin Kaepernick and several others have shown their support for Hill and recently Kevin Durant spoke about it.


Durant on a TMZ interview said, “I play basketball and I’m behind Jemele Hill. I’m with it.”

He also mentioned that she is standing for what she believes.

Hill since this incident has made a statement about what she did and will remain on ESPN.

RELATED: Jemele Hill Isn’t The First Journalist To Call President Trump A White Supremacist

RELATED: Al Sharpton Threatens To Boycott ESPN If Jemele Hill Is Fired [VIDEO]

RELATED: ESPN Wanted To Replace Jemele Hill With Another Black Host Post Controversial Trump Comments

10 Powerful Photos Of Colin Kaepernick Looking Like Black Excellence
6 photos