Watch Terrell Owens Say ESPN's Max Kellerman Seems ‘Blacker’ Than Stephen A. Smith
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Hall of Fame NFL WR Terrell Owens was on ESPN's First Take on Thursday morning. That's where he said host Max Kellerman was ‘blacker’ than Stephen A. Smith...



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Max Kellerman gets very quiet...
Reply3 months
This is one of the worst problems in the black community. If you don’t “tow the line”, you’re not black enough. Oreo, Uncle Tom. It’s a bunch of bull shite and it needs to stop. frick TO and everybody who keeps doing this shite.
Reply3 months
Excuse my language please. I try not to curse here or anywhere but not gonna lie, this gets under my skin in the worst way.
3 months
I was in the street earlier today
Reply3 months
well this is just sad. Should we have a black off to see who is most black?
Reply3 months
T.O. told the truth. And the black-card is the only card SAS has in his hand. He has ZERO expertise in any sport.
Reply3 months
The hell are you talking about? The degree to which one sides with Kap determines how black you are? That’s what TO is saying and you believe that’s the “truth”? Nobody was playing the black card in that clip but TO and SAD appropriately checked his dumb arse for it.
3 months
*SAS
3 months
TO sounds like every dude on facebook that tries to defend Kap. They are just saying what they hear and see from every other black guy. Not using their own opinion like Stephen A is doing. And Stephen A is destroying them all.
Reply3 months
Stephen A just owned T.O.
Reply3 months
I think their argument is silly. But I actually gained a little respect for Smith on this one.
3 months
What are the "streets"? Sounds like 45 year old T.O. is still stuck in that middle-school frame of mind.
Reply3 months
My question as well... WTF are the "streets"?
3 months
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