Charles Barkley was more cautious about the comments he chose to publish on national television.
During the 106.7 edition of “Grant and Danny” on Monday, The Fan, Barkley accused “[politically correct] People” because they had fun from the “NBA on TNT” show, Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal, Kenny Smith, and Ernie Johnson discussed the biggest topic in the league. Barkley felt that every member of the group was still Provide interesting opinions, but know that there is always the possibility of a strong reaction.
Barkley said: “If you don’t have these idiots trying to make you cancel your exams, you can’t even play it now.” “Just have fun and talk about sports. I want to hold on for a few more years until I’m 60, and then They can kiss my ass. I only work until I’m 60. I’ve told them…. We can’t even have fun anymore. We have had a great time all these years and now suddenly in the past year For half a year, everyone tried to get everyone to be fired, which was really bad.
The 58-year-old said on a radio show that after he repeatedly commented on women from the city, “they won’t even let me talk about San Antonio again”.Barkley had previously called them “big women”, leading to strong opposition and accusations “Fat humiliation.” He defended these comments by saying that the locals in San Antonio had a great time with him and even made T-shirts to respond to Barkley’s infamous quote.
He also defended the joke he told late at night when the “NBA on TNT” staff was trying to fill up programming time after the “junk game.”
“No one is watching this game. Our relatives [are] Don’t even watch this show afterwards,” Barkley said. “Then, at about one o’clock, you’re like,’Man, I’m going to say something just to have some fun. ‘But like I said, now you really have to think about all the interesting things you have ever said. “
The Hall of Famer said that one of his favorite phrases is “agree disagree”, but now, disagreeing with someone could mean being fired.
“They’re here to find you, and many of our bosses are cowards,” Barkley said. “I said,’Context is important.’ They are like, “Context is irrelevant. I said, “That’s all nonsense. Context is always important. “But now, if you make a joke wrong, they will say,’Oh, no, no, no, no. You crossed the line.'”