Friday, July 12, 2019

Kansas City Star Denounces Tyreek Hill For Quibbling In Secret #MeToo Recording By Lady Friend About To File Paternity Lawsuit

Maybe too silly to even link but today the "newspaper" contends that arguing with your girlfriend equals guilt and demands public shame.

Meanwhile, the rest of us just heard some mumbling jock and his equally awful baby mama providing a soundtrack to the death of the American family.

Read more:

If anything, full recording of Chiefs' Tyreek Hill makes him look even worse

Chiefs general manager Brett Veach says Tyreek Hill won't be involved in team activities for now. Now that the full 11-minute recording of Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill and his now former fiancee, Crystal Espinal, talking about violence in their relationship has been aired, many fans are saying wow, this changes everything.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

HOW DARE THEY DO THIS TO CHEETAH!!!

Anonymous said...

The dying, terrible local paper doubling down on virtue-signaling reporters' clear manufacturing of a story. Sad.

Anonymous said...

The Star's low points keep getting lower. One wonders why they keep publishing editorials. Nobody gives a rip what they think.

Anonymous said...

^^You do! You mentioned it! Nice try loser!

Anonymous said...

KC doesn't want a spouse abuser and child beater playing on the team.

Case closed.

Anonymous said...

^^"accused" is what you meant to say right dummy?? You speak for nobody.

Anonymous said...

The Star editorial board, despite constant virtue signalling and straw-man diversity hires proves it has no concept of the ghetto-black quasi-family unit. That is literally how they speak to one another; all the time. The bro, bitch, etc. how most white people would never think to speak to their wife is common place in the hood. There interactions with each other (male-male) constantly border on the threat of physical violence even among good friends; something not seen in the white population, even the white 'hood'. No doubt, Tyreek makes more money in a year than I will in my life, but he and many in the NFL are still "hood" despite the money and fame. No particular deal to me one way or the other, but the red star trying to drag him down as some virtue-signal to the prog-mind, is a last-gasp before sliding into irrelevancy.

Anonymous said...

when the star goes out of business I wonder if the building will become a coworking space

Anonymous said...

^^except it will never go out of business. weird.

Anonymous said...

They can all work from home and The Peanut Gallery can mock them as they will never disclose how many people actually READ their divisiveness.
They don’t realize the world sees Tyreek vindicated and their sorry asses are guilty for not revealing the entire recording so the public can decide.
Recent polls suggest their politics interfere with their sound judgement.
Wall Street agreed as their stock price eviscerates downward... reflecting public apathy.
Horrible divisiveness. Their current legacy.

Anonymous said...

11:05 makes a valid point: subscriptions don’t equal readers.
Of the online readers- it would be an interesting ‘reveal’ if they would disclose actual numbers in as much as how many people read an article or even a complete article.
Given the average editorial staff salary- it would be an embarrassment either way for the public and the employees to know the salary cost per read (SVPR).
If Wallstreet knew the SVPR... who would be left to turn the lights off?

Anonymous said...

Tragedy on and off field is a part the history Chiefs, injuries and deaths football related and non due injury afield and/or violence, off. How have Chiefs dealt with problems/players course their history, players with a record of trouble and those previously without?

They trade players (one to the Patriots after he pulled a gun on a teammate late 1960's and another to the Raiders mid 1970's after he almost died here.) More recently, they traded an player theirs another team (Peters/Rams), released other players outright (Miller/Hunt.)

As we await disposition case their current player the news Hill, see what NFL/Chiefs do, am reminded Herm Edwards comment, paraphrased - "you treat all players fairly, not necessarily the same." May sound convenient (some would refer it as inconsistent), their actions latest player problem will affirm where their priorities lay; aft posturing gives way result, onus will reside One Arrowhead Drive.

What is determinate/more important: bad PR, bottom line or football team? We shall see what the Chiefs are all about, this case. Not only their sake, I say: they had better be right.

Anonymous said...

^^Dummy they are paid to win football games. That's it. Period. They are a better team with him than without. I don't give a shit about Hill personally, but he makes the team better, and in this game, that's whats important. End of story.

Anonymous said...

haha rather than fire their reporter who purposely pushed agenda based politics over actual journalism they just make up shit. what a sad day for all of kc

Yes, the star as we know it will be out of business within the next two year. Perhaps they'll go to three days a week or will be bought out but they're done. They're stock is down $5 in the last 6 months which is hilarious. It's literally below $3 as we speak. In 2014 it was above $50. They're falling and they're falling hard and fast.

Anonymous said...

^^Except it will never go out of business. Weird.

Anonymous said...

WHO.....broke that little child’s arm. THAT is ALL we should want to know. BOTH ARE GUILTY. One of doing it and the Other of allowing/covering it up. There is NOTHING funny about that.