Social media users want Gayle King to ask forgiveness to Kobe Bryant’s household
One week given that Gayle King nearly triggered a national crisis after her questionable interview with Lisa Leslie on “CBS This Morning,” it appears that some of the stars who differed with the interview have chosen to move beyond King’s incident.
On Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020, Snoop Dogg utilized social networks to release a public apology to King for calling her a “dog-faced b—.”
“When you’re wrong, you got ta repair it,” he said. “So with that being stated, Gayle King, I publicly tore you down by coming at you in a derogatory way based off of feelings, me being upset at the concerns that you asked. Overreacted, should have handled it way various than that. I was raised much better than that.”
However, now that Snoop took a minute to excuse his gaffe, social networks users want King to do the same.
Throughout King’s interview, she appeared to press Leslie to react to concerns about rape allegations versus Bryant in 2003. After she dealt with severe criticism from Snoop and other Black stars and on social networks, the veteran reporter put blame on producers at CBS, who aired a clip of that portion of the interview.
King never apologized to Leslie or Vanessa Bryant, and that has caused more responses on social media.
View remarks listed below:
@GayleKing Hey did you apologize to Kobe’s wife and kids for your ignorance?
— Quentin Young (@Ikedadoberman) February 13, 2020
Gayle King requires to offer a proper Open, public apology. To Kobe’s household For attempting to smear his character. Before he was even put to rest in the ground. And she requires to say sorry. For her predisposition journalism against black men. It depends on us to make that happen.– Darryl Moore(
@DarrylM70016037 )February 13, 2020 … Will @GayleKing
#apologize for insinuating that #KobeBryant was a rapist when his accuser, a raunchy woman nicknamed mattress back in college, was discovered with the DNA of 6 men in her panties & whose buddies were going to affirm she boasted about Kobe & the money she’ll get? Will continue to fall since our own people don’t know how to stick together. White folks stick that’s why they continue to get away with BS. Gayle King need to be making an public apology to Kobe household and Lisa Leslie.– Real 2 Love (@True2_Love) February 13, 2020 A.R. Shaw is an author and journalist who documents culture, politics, and entertainment. He has actually covered The Obama White House, the summertime Olympics in London, and presently works as Lifestyle Editor for Rolling Out magazine. Shaw’s latest book, Trap History, looks into the history and international dominance of Trap music. Follow his journey on TrapHistory.Com, Twitter @arshaw and Instagram @arshaw23.
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