jemele-hillJemele Hill, a young black sports enthusiast and ESPN personality has been guest hosting Colin Cowherd’s show, “The Herd.” Not everyone is happy about Jemele being on the show. A very disgruntled fan broke out his pen and paper (pre-technology style) and told her why he’s mad.

Check out the tweet here:

In the handwritten letter, the “fan” said:

“Get her outa here before she back-slides into some ebonics -laden inarticulate mumbo jumbo tirade.”

“Short sound bites from male (black) jocks is tolerable. But, I’m not interested in spending all day listening to some thick-lipped gorilla, attempting to properly speak the king’s English.”

Well, racism is here to stay, even when it has no real rhyme or reason to rear its ugly head. According to Gawker, ESPN receives at least a letter a day for Hill and they are usually racist.

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3 thoughts on “Black ESPN Sportscaster Receives Racist Letter From A ‘Fan’ [PHOTO]

  1. WOW!! A letter a week and usually racist?? I’ll have to pay closer attention to her apperances. SHe sure is fine on THIS picture. I hope she is a strong black woman and won’t back down to idiot racists with no guts. I haven’t watched her much, so I don’t know if she talks like Beyonce or not, but that STILL doesn’t give people the right to send racist letters. Grammer lessons maybe, but racists NO!! Also, should a MAN want to see a WOMAN (unless he is gay) anyway? Maybe the guy that sent this letter is gay AND racist?? I could look at her all day and not really care much about what she is saying!! LOL!!!

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