Stephen A. Smith has always had hot sports takes, and now he’s showing that he can spit out some fiery personal opinions as well.
On a recent episode of The Stephen A. Smith Show, where Smith tackles the world’s hottest topics and continues on his quest of being on every TV and phone screen in America, Stephen A. got down to business.
Recently, there have been rumbling about Stephen A. Smith pushing out his former First Take co-host Max Kellerman because Max was “too intelligent.”
A fellow sports analyst and former NFL player Marcellus Wiley was one of the people that really pushed that theory.
Stephen A. directly addressed Wiley, saying that the comments he made on the situation were deplorable. Smith then went on to say that he was aware of some other comments that were made about him by a certain someone, but he wouldn’t give the time and energy to that person in responding to them.
“Now there’s a lot of people out there that want me to address other names. There’s one particular person who will remain nameless.
And I will not deny it, I think he’s a fat, no good b*stard who I despise to the core. But it doesn’t mean that I wish him harm. It just means I know what he is.”
Tell us how you really feel Stephan A. Smith…
Now when he said that, he wanted to make it clear that he wasn’t talking about Wiley, who he had referred to earlier:
“That is not Marcellus Wiley I’m talking about. It ain’t hard to figure out who the hell I’m talking about. But even then, I wish him no harm.
Even though he has made a career out of maligning and ridiculing and trying to wish others the worse.”
And if you thought Smith had gotten all of the “fat b*stards” out of his system, you would be wrong, because he still had one up his sleeve to use on the dismount of the conversation.
Smith closed by saying:
“I’m where I’m at, that particular individual is where he’s at. And no, I’m not talking about Marcellus Wiley, again. No, I’m not talking about my former colleague on ‘First Take.’ No, I’m not talking about them.
They aren’t fat b*stards who are seeds of the devil, wishing nothing but black folks harm. But I’ll leave that for another day for when the time is right.”
How is it that Stephen A. Smith is must watch television just sitting by himself and talking into a camera?
You can view the clip of the popular sports analyst’s scorched-earth rant below: