Warning: Tweets below contain harmful languageLongtime Cincinnati Reds announcer Thom Brennaman apologized after appearing to use a homophobic slur while live on air Wednesday, according to sources from ESPN. According to Jeff Passan, an MLB insider for ESPN, Brennaman was caught on a hot mic saying, "one of the (expletive) capitals of the world" while broadcasting during the Reds' game against Kansas City.
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
SHAME!!! SPORTS TALKER SPITS GAY SLUR DURING KANSAS CITY ROYALS GAME!!!
Dirty talk for tonight that will likely inspire a cringe-y apology and the end of a career . . . Checkit . . . Update, he quickly apologized: