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Sage Steele Said Black People Shouldn't Use the N-Word and Was Immediately Dragged

Perhaps the ESPN host shouldn't bother talking about race at all.

Another month and another controversial Sage Steele comment that has her getting dragged to hell and back.

After being blasted for criticizing Muslim ban protesters at LAX Airport for "disrupting travel plans" in January and slammed for saying "the worst racism" she has received is from "Black people" in February, the host of ESPN's SportsCenter on the Road and ABC's NBA Countdown has delivered another disturbing viewpoint in March.

Upon hearing Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala use the word n****r while speaking with reporters after the team's loss Friday night, Steele voiced her opinion that Black people shouldn't use the N-word and that them doing so makes them hypocrites.

Needless to say, Twitter didn't waste time dragging her with zero chill.

Here are the two weekend conversations where Steele voiced her thoughts followed by the tweets destroying her.

Welp.

  • Sage Steele Doesn't Think Black People Should Use The N-Word

    That's all it took for her to get ripped to shreds on social media.

  • People made her the star of 'Get Out II' For her Views

    Jalen Rose must be shaking his head.

  • On Behalf of the black delegation...

    Sorry, Sage. It's that bad.

  • And then there was this take

    Good grief!

  • Steele's Colleague, Michael Wilbon, Had Zero Chill in Letting Her Know That He Didn't Have Any Problems With Iguodala Dropping The N-Word

    We're with the legendary Michael Wilbon here. 

  • Sage...You Did This to Yourself

    This is the third (and counting) head-scratching take that she delivered this year...and we're only in March.

  • But Really...

    We don't understand her rationale, either.

  • Hmm...

    Interesting.

  • Perhaps This Person Said It Best

    Boom!

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