Jemele Hill continues to have few regrets over calling Donald Trump a “white supremacist” in 2017, claiming she was surprised how her comments generated so much controversy.
Jemele Hill on Sunday announced she is planning to leave ESPN, possibly before her contract with the network expires in two years.
Jemele Hill this week continued her criticism of Donald Trump by arguing the President uses Colin Kaepernick — among other politically active athletes — as “as a chew toy for his bas
Jemele Hill defended her controversial remarks about President Donald Trump last fall during an appearance Wednesday as guest co-host on “The View.
Kevin Durant has made it clear he’s no fan of Donald Trump, so it’s hardly surprising he is rallying behind Jemele Hill amid the controversy stemming from the ESPN personality accusing th
President Donald Trump on Friday morning went on a tweetstorm and saved his final tweet to blast ESPN, arguing the company is “paying a really big price for its politics.
Sorry, whenever Jemele Hill gets in the news, I have to figure out a way to incorporate her epic error in judgment from way back in the 2008 NBA playoffs when she managed to incorporate a Hitler refe
Any time Jemele Hill writes a column that doesn’t reference Hitler or suggests on air that Green Bay Packers fans throw batteries at Brett Favre, I am sure ESPN considers it small victory.
By now you have likely heard about the Paul Shirley-penned post, “If You Rebuild It, They Will Come” he wrote for the site Flip Collective where he takes what many consider a rather contr
Jaw-flapping knee-jerk reactionary Jemele Hill was at it again this week.