Stephen A. Smith Denies Using N-Word on TV

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  • Stephen A. Smith's outspoken, loud personality has gotten the popular sports commentator in trouble, again.

    Viewers watching "First Take" on ESPN this past week accused Smith of saying "N**** please" to another commentator while the two debated a topic.

    Smith vehemently denies the claim, saying that his fast talking sometimes makes him incomprehensible.

    Watch Stephen A. Smith defend himself below.

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    8 thoughts on “Stephen A. Smith Denies Using N-Word on TV

    1. @Dtown:
      I went online specifically to listen to what he said and to me, it certainly DOES sound as if he did. So, I say yes, he definitely said it.

    2. Has anyone heard this show where he is said to have made this statement? I’m curous to hear the opinion of someone who actually watched or heard it themselves. I haven’t had a chance to find it. The tape should tell it all with no questions.

    3. stephen you need a spanking so come on over to my place drop you pants and yo underwear and lay across my bed and let me get my paddle you know that most of us do not use that word it is defensive why you use that word when so many of us died and that was the last thing they heard 10 of my family members were burned to death one night as the kkk suronded their home chanting n-word n-word over and over

    4. stephen you need a spanking so come on over to my place drop you pants and yo underwear and lay across my bed and let me get my paddle you know that most of us do not use that word it is defensive why you use that word when so many of us died and that was the last thing they heard 10 of my family members were burned to death one night as the kkk suronded their home chanting n-word n-word over and over

    5. stephen you need a spanking so come on over to my place drop you pants and yo underwear and lay across my bed and let me get my paddle you know that most of us do not use that word it is defensive why you use that word when so many of us died and that was the last thing they heard 10 of my family members were burned to death one night as the kkk suronded their home chanting n-word n-word over and over

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