Black Men Attack Oprah & Gayle For Trying To Tear Down Black Men Like Kobe, MJ, Russell Simmons
Gayle King has since apologized for the way her interview with Lisa Leslie was edited and presented. Chile…
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I think Gayle King was way out of lane for discussing the rape case after it was dismissed. Lisa Leslie displayed positive vibes toward her friend Kobe. It seem as though she wanted her to initiate some negative things about him. One indication was when she said you wouldn’t know these things as friend. That was definitely a dead getaway trying to boost negativity. The same way she said to her the witness didn’t testify. Again I can say and believe Gayle was out of Character as a Black Journalist.
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