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Female anchor on ESPN gets put in her place by LaVar Ball when she tries to shame him.
"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"
"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."
I don't like LaVar Ball. He is an overbearing, narcissistic, nutjob.
HOWEVER, for all of his foibles, I am on his side on this one. As attractive as Leahy is (She reminds me of a girl whose guts I get up in whenever I'm in Munich), she is an evil, spiteful, witch on this one. She basically got called out on being unfairly personal in her attacks on Ball, tried to provoke him, then played the victim card by suggesting he threatened her.
The blowback has not been good for her. She is now getting death threats because of her antics and, while I hope nothing comes of that, she deserves all the stress and anguish that she created in the situation.
I don't like LaVar Ball; he's a loudmouth. Having said that, I loved the way he put that bitch Kristine Leahy in her place! White woman in America are so unbearable...why anyone would want to date them is beyond me. ...