Once ESPN analyst Domonique Foxworth’s ignorant comments about Josh Allen extended beyond the listeners of a former High Noon host’s podcast, and members of the Bills began dunking on him, Foxworth got mad and claimed he was taken out of context.
Feel free to DM me, listen to the full podcast, or ignore this foolishness all together and get back to ballin. Best of luck to you and my new favorite QB. pic.twitter.com/h12nu6fzTi
— Domonique Foxworth (@Foxworth24) December 16, 2020
“Disingenuous BS,” Foxworth tweeted before posting the flag he finds so awful that he roots for a player to fail just because his supporters might like it.
It’s unclear what exactly Foxworth is claiming was taken out of context. Does he know? Was he just hoping we would just accept that explanation and move on?
Here’s the audio:
ESPN's Domonique Foxworth roots against Josh Allen because his followers have American flags in their social profiles.
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— The Gerry Callahan Podcast (@CallahanPodcast) December 16, 2020
Hmm. Sounds like Foxworth said he roots against Josh Allen because his fans support the flag and dogs, exactly as the internet said.
OutKick asked ESPN if Foxworth’s negative comments about dogs and flag-supporters reflected the ESPN brand. The network declined to comment. Take that as you will.
No one is buying Foxworth’s excuse. Enjoy this crushing:
If it was “disingenuous”, then why did you say that stuff?! I didn’t hear/see you call out the entire Chiefs fan base when some booed unity in the first game of the year. Every fan base has some bigoted people, but don’t dismiss every member & their team to spite them!! https://t.co/LVkNtZQpIi
— Zach Vaughn (@zvaughn2712) December 17, 2020
Is it really that hard to just admit your original evaluation of a guy was very wrong. No you gotta come up with some dumb take about all of #BillsMafia being racist. And these comments just make you look like a pretentious asshole. https://t.co/O9PhmGEKeL
— Matt Albrecht (@MattAlbrecht10) December 17, 2020
— ty chlouber (@kidChlouby) December 17, 2020
Backtrack of the year? https://t.co/xLqTZi1rEH
— Mark Kerner (@Mark_Kerner) December 17, 2020
Funny coming from the guy that takes everything out of context. https://t.co/sq8WpTCnRk
— TJ (@Teejey3DFS) December 17, 2020
It’s always every other person’s fault. It’s never about even considering your phrasing was bad. https://t.co/YBBgPHzbc6
— HouseRepEEE (@EEElverhoy) December 17, 2020
"Out of context" my ass! https://t.co/cND8cQaWBv
— ItsBubbaMatt (@ItsBubbaMatt) December 17, 2020
“Taken out of context” is my favorite excuse. Basically a free pass to say whatever you want, backtrack, and tell everybody they’re “trippin” for being offended or questioning you https://t.co/izu803cTmv
— ©️🅿️ (@corey_plasky) December 17, 2020
What was taken out of context ?? https://t.co/UQzrSLKLiP
— 10-3🇺🇸🇨🇦 (@NOTaBillsfan) December 17, 2020
He doesn’t know, 10-3.
Stfu man you owe Josh Allen an apology and God Bless America!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 https://t.co/Ivw96ZHiaC
— Owen Gafford (@owengafford98) December 17, 2020
— Alindz99 (@Alindz99) December 17, 2020
Dude gets called out and then acts like his words are getting twisted when they’re not 😂 https://t.co/vnYAelqsFM
— Austin ₉⁹₉ (@DurandettoAD) December 17, 2020
— ToddJClausen (@ToddJClausen) December 17, 2020
“Nobody I respect has taken this seriously” might be the worst excuse as to why you don’t self reflect after being called out for saying something stupid. https://t.co/8pXsDw9i6u
— Justin Nails (@justinnails) December 17, 2020
Given his comments, the Bills dunking on him, random Twitter users ending him, the tanking ratings of the shows he goes on, and his pathetic excuse — Foxworth’s might get a promotion at ESPN.