HOT TAKE: Travis Kelce’s appearance at Taylor Swift’s London concert emasculated him

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Travis Kelce’s recent stage appearance at Taylor Swift’s London Eras tour concert has gone viral on the internet. By the looks of the footage, the concert attendees certainly seemed to revel in the tight end’s surprise cameo. And according to social media, Swifties across the globe applauded Kelce’s performance, interpreting his appearance as support for his girlfriend.

Jason Whitlock, however, has a different perspective that you can only see on BlazeTV.

Part of Kelce’s act involved helping Taylor change outfits on stage, but Jason saw it as “helping her disrobe.”

“You’re a Hall of Fame football player, you’ve made more than $100,000,000, you can have virtually your choice of women all across the planet, why do you choose Taylor Swift? And why do you pick the role of ‘Let me help my woman undress onstage in front of an audience’?” Jason asks, perplexed.

Guest T.J. Moe sees Kelce as “a cuck” and speculates that his act is a result of the NFL player being “obsessed with the fame” that comes with dating the most famous person on the planet.

“The guy is drunk on fame at this point,” he tells Jason, adding that last year, “everybody talked about Travis Kelce every single day … because of Taylor Swift. … Any man with any self-respect wouldn’t be caught dead on that stage with his woman.”

“He’s a man who’s surrendered to the matriarchy,” Jason agrees.

To watch the full conversation, including the probability of Swift’s success without “the patriarchy,” her motivation behind ditching country music, her alleged “Christian faith,” and why T.J. thinks she’s more “insidious” than even Sexyy Red, head over to BlazeTV.

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Stephen A. Smith puts his own hypocrisy on full blast after RACIST rant

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In this day and age, what’s the best way for an ESPN host to get back into the good graces of their race?

By going on a racist rant, of course.

And that’s exactly what Stephen A. Smith did after numerous people took issue with LeBron James’ podcast with JJ Redick.

“Black coaches called the black commentator to complain about a black superstar doing a podcast while his black head coach was on the hot seat before he ultimately lost the damn job,” Smith said.

“What does that have to do with white folks? Some things are none of your damn business. Nothing. It was a black on black thing, but you got other folks who will remain nameless working with other networks with their irrelevant ass selves, popping their junk, okay?”

Smith was apparently referencing Doug Gottlieb, who is white.

“Doug Gottlieb is white, but if he were black, Stephen A. and everybody would be talking about, ‘He’s made history; he’s the first division one basketball coach who also hosts the 'Daily Sports Talk Radio Show.' He’s a historical figure; he’s untouchable; he’s a ground breaker; he’s this and that,’” Jason Whitlock comments.

Gottlieb, Whitlock notes, “knows a lot more about basketball than Stephen A. Smith.”

“But because he’s white, he needs to stay out of this,” Whitlock adds.

Steve Kim recognizes the hypocrisy in Smith’s line of thinking.

“Those very same people that draw these color lines in terms of subjects and what you can discuss, they break these lines all the time. A lot of these people spend an inordinate amount of words on other races and cultures,” Kim says.

“They are not even subject to their own rules that they lay down,” he adds.


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Joy Reid ROASTED for finally dumping her ‘Trump haircut’



Jason Whitlock of “Fearless” made an interesting observation about Joy Reid recently, and the MSNBC anchor seems to have noticed.

Whitlock noticed that while Reid and Jemele Hill continuously criticize white women — most recently WNBA star Caitlin Clark — they seem to be trying extremely hard to look like white women.

While Hill wore long blonde braids, Reid sported a short, boyish strawberry blonde cut that has since been dubbed her “Trump haircut.”

“Here’s two black women, dressed as white women to be more marketable on TV. This is just fact. Look at the fake hair that both of these women are wearing. Are they not trying to live up to some standard? Are they not trying to appear like white women to make themselves more marketable on TV?” Whitlock said.

Following Whitlock’s criticism, Reid appears to have done something about her hair.

“Joy Reid has cut her hair,” Whitlock says, triumphant.

“She took the wig off and either cut her hair or exposed what her real hair, what little real hair she has,” he adds.

“I actually appreciate the new look,” Shemeka Michelle chimes in. “I am sick of black women walking around constantly saying white women want to be them, but they’re in white women’s hair.”

“I was tired of looking at Joy Reid and her Trump hairdo,” she adds.


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Cam Newton CRIES racism over Tom Brady’s TV Career

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Cam Newton may be a rich and famous NFL player, but that’s not stopping him from blaming racism on why he’s not as successful as some of his friends.

“I’m always going to tell Tom Brady, Tony Romo, Greg Olson, Troy Aikman, Matt Ryan, to go get the bag,” Cam Newton said, asking, “How in the world are they the only ones that’s getting access to these types of contracts?”

“Somebody told me, they said, 'Well, you don’t get these contracts because you’re not polished yet,'” he continued. “What type of media training did Tony Romo have before he just popped up commentating the game?”

“Tom Brady, same thing,” Newton added. “How can we get other minorities to skip the line, too?”

Newton often wears his dreads sticking through whatever hat he’s wearing like an out of control plant — so, Jason Whitlock isn’t surprised he’s not getting the same contracts as the others.

“Cam Newton has a tree sticking out of the top of his head, and he’s wondering why he can’t get a broadcasting job,” Whitlock says, adding, “and he’s taking pot shots at Tony Romo, and you know Tony Romo.”

Romo was an NFL quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, and Troy Aikman who was also mentioned in Newton’s rant, won three Super Bowls with the Cowboys himself.

And Tom Brady is a story all his own.







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Will Luka Dončić’s 'case of the flops' cost the Mavs the NBA championship tonight?

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The Dallas Mavericks have now lost three consecutive games to the Boston Celtics in the 2024 NBA finals. If Boston wins tonight, the hopes of an NBA championship, which hasn’t happened since 2011, are dashed for Mavs fans.

NBA sports writer Brian Windhorst pointed at the Mav’s all-star point guard, Luka Dončić, as the reason the team has not prevailed against the Celtics.

“His defensive performance is unacceptable. He is a hole on the court ... [The Celtics] are ahead in this series because they have attacked [Dončić] defensively,” Windhorst reported, adding that Dončić is also “costing the team because of how he treats the officials.”

Windhorst even went as far as saying that Dončić is “the reason why the Mavericks are not going to win” the series.

“There were some uncalled fouls in that game that could’ve gone Luka’s way,” says Blaze Media’s sports expert Jason Whitlock. However, he also acknowledges that the superstar is guilty of “flopping,” “[baiting the referees],” and “trying to draw all these fouls.”

“Luka Dončić has an acute case of the flops,” he says, playing a clip of the athlete’s dramatic tumbles from the last game.

Jay Skapinac, the voice behind Skap Attack agrees.

“Luka came into the series with a lot of shine on him,” he tells Jason. “It looked like he was getting ready to insinuate himself into that best player in the world type conversation in my estimation.”

However, in light of the last three games, “there is no denying that Luca has been absolutely pitiful throughout the course of this series.”

What’s strange is that “many would take a look at just the raw box score and say 30 points per game, nine rebounds a game, six assists, two and a half steals, 47% and think what a great series this guy's playing.”

According to Jay, however, Luka is “unmitigated trash whenever it matters most in the fourth quarters,” which is evidenced by the fact that he’s shot “three of 15 in the fourth quarters” of the last three matches and was “loafing up and down the court on defense.”

“This guy is the European LeBron James,” he criticizes.

To hear the rest of the conversation and predictions for tonight’s match, watch the clip below.


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Jason Whitlock DESTROYS Joy Reid and Jemele Hill for Caitlin Clark HATE

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MSNBC’s Joy Reid and fellow race-baiter Jemele Hill — whom Jason Whitlock calls "two delusional black queens" — made some recent comments about WNBA rookie sensation Caitlin Clark.

Of course, these comments were as bigoted as they consistently claim others to be.

“Somebody very smart said to me recently that the challenge with women’s basketball is that most of the great players are black, but most of the stars are white,” Reid said to Hill. “And like you said, if there were charter flights, Britney Griner would not have ended up in the gulag, right?”

Whitlock is not a fan.

Not only does he note that Reid ridiculously blamed Griner’s arrest on the WNBA not having charter flights, but that both Reid and Hill are “trying desperately to look like white women.”

“Why do I bring this up? Because when I talk about bigotry over business, the bigotry and the hostility stems from [the fact that] these women hate themselves and hate that they’re not white women,” Whitlock says. “Why else would you put on some cheap wig, some horse's hair, over the top of your head to look like a white woman?”

"They're so full of jealousy and rage towards white women. Anybody that would hop on TV day after day with these ridiculous wigs on is telling you everything you need to know about their mentality as it relates to white women," he adds.

Reid then brought up the “marketability” of Caitlin Clark.

“This is a league that is largely, as you said, black women. It’s also largely LGBTQ. She’s a white, heterosexual woman. And so, if you’re trying to get white dads to go spend their money and buy season tickets, she seems like a marketing opportunity. How much of it is that?” Reid asks Hill.

“I don’t know why people find that to be controversial,” Hill answers, noting that while Clark is talented, “it helps that she’s white, straight, and from Iowa.”

“So, when you say that Caitlin Clark’s whiteness and the fact that she’s straight plays a role, underlining a role, in her popularity, that’s not a diss to Caitlin Clark. It’s just simply America,” she adds.

Again, Whitlock finds it interesting that while discussing Clark’s marketability due to the color of her skin, both Hill and Reid have altered their appearance to seem more white. Both of them have significantly lightened their hair to appear blonde.

“Here’s two black women, dressed as white women to be more marketable on TV. This is just facts,” Whitlock comments.


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Ryan Garcia arrested; posts bizarre rant calling himself ‘Ryan Spears’

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Ryan Garcia is once again the talk of the boxing world — but not for anything that happened in the ring.

The 25-year-old boxer was arrested on a charge of felony vandalism at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Beverly Hills, before being transported to a local hospital for medical care.

“I’m worried :( I have to be at this weird hospital and they are trying to give me medicine and they have me on a hold for who knows how long, they will determine,” Garcia wrote in a post on X.

Garcia finished the post asking his followers to pray for him and wrote “God help me.” In another post, Garcia compared himself to Britney Spears and called himself “Ryan Spears.”

“Whatever is going on here with Ryan Garcia?” Jason Whitlock asks, dumbfounded.

“I mean, think about what has happened since he beat Devin Hayne,” Steve Kim starts. “He did knock him out, he did knock him down, three times, won that fight decisively in what I believe is a tainted victory.”

“Fails a drug test, and then he goes on all these conspiracy theories, him and his father, old Henry, my old buddy. They blame Victor Conte, they blame VADA, they blame a supplement company. All of that is falling apart,” Kim explains.

While Garcia’s antics have pushed people like Kim away, they’ve drawn others in.

“They were able to manipulate certain members of the media and the YouTube community who are basically falling in line because he’s useful to them, because he brings in hits,” Kim says.

Not too long ago, Garcia had become vocal about his mental health issues and claimed he wanted to become an advocate.

“But then, when you bring up his mental health for this past fight, he’ll tell you, ‘No, no, no, I’m not crazy, you’re not allowed to do any evaluations of me.’ This was all an act. So, we’re talking about a mental health advocate who mocked his own mental health in the name of promoting a fight,” Kim explains, adding, “Get your story straight.”


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Social media matrix destroys free will; Dorsey admits ‘we are being programmed’

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Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has come clean about social media and the algorithm, explaining that the entire thing is rigged.

“This is going to sound a little bit crazy, but I think the free speech debate is a complete distraction right now. I think the real debate should be about free will. And we feel it right now, because we are being programmed,” Dorsey began.

“We are being programmed based on what we say we’re interested in, and we are told through these discovery mechanisms what is interesting. And as we engage and interact with this content, the algorithm continues to build more and more of this bias.”

Dorsey went on to say that because people have become so dependent on these algorithms, “it’s actually changing and impacting the agency we have — the free agency we have.”

Jason Whitlock has been warning of the dangers of the social media matrix for eight years, and he’s glad one of its co-creators is coming clean.

“It’s a very, very profound thing that he’s saying. It’s a very, very important thing that he’s saying. It’s long, long overdue,” Whitlock says. “He’s saying, ‘Hey, we created Frankenstein. We thought that we were smarter than everybody else, we thought that we were going to use these algorithms and all the social media platforms to program a better America, to program a better human being.’”

“I’ve been telling you all for years,” he continues, “the reason why American culture turned on a dime on same-sex marriage, on acceptance, and affirming LGBTQIA+ lifestyle — because social media programmed you to do that.”

This is why Dorsey says that free speech is essentially irrelevant.

“What he’s saying is we can amplify the speech that we want. We can amplify the narrative, the agenda that we want to amplify, and your ability to speak freely becomes irrelevant,” Whitlock says.

“No one will hear you, not in great mass, not in comparison.”





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North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson's FEARLESS truth: Only the power hungry 'WANT' to be politicians

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Fearless Army Roll Call is a gathering of men who put on the full armor of God to take a stand against the evil forces destroying American culture — and this year’s event blew the last one out of the water.

“I had high expectations for Roll Call, it exceeded all of my expectations,” Jason Whitlock says.

Every speaker was inspiring beyond all measure, but one speech in particular left Whitlock and the audience in awe. That speech was from North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, and it was packed with truth.

"Let me tell you something about your elected officials,” Robinson began. “Ask them why they want to be an elected official and see what they say."

"The key word in that is 'want.' There should be no want in political offices. Nobody should be sitting on the city council because they want to be powerful, because they want control, because they want the political goodies that come along with it."

"No one should be sitting in our nation's Capitol because they want to be an elected official. That's the problem right now. People want to be an elected official. They want to pop their collar and they want people to open the door for them. They want everybody to know their names and they want to get rich."

"An elected official to me should be like a young man on June 6, 1944, in a Higgins Boat headed toward Normandy beach. I want you to imagine your ability to go to that young man and ask, 'Why in the world do you want to do this?'"

"And imagine what that young man would say to you. He would say, 'I don't want to do this, but you see back home the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and Hitler is murdering his way across Europe. I'm not here because I want to be. I'm here because I have to be. It is my duty as an American, as a man, as a Christian, to be here to serve, even if means laying down my life.'"

"That needs to be the attitude of our elected officials in this nation,” he finished.

Whitlock and Delano Squires are beyond impressed.

“Mark Robinson I feel really held his own,” Squires says to Whitlock. “How he was able to talk about the essence of manhood and fuse it with a message of what we should be looking for from our politicians, which is fewer people who are self-serving and more people who are willing to sacrifice for the people.”


Stephen A. ‘Myth’ apologizes to Kyrie Irving, reveals more lies



Stephen A. Smith once implored Kyrie Irving to retire from the NBA over his refusal to take the jab. Now, with Irving on the doorstep of the NBA finals, Smith is apologizing.

In his attempt to make amends, Smith mentioned Kenny Smith’s conversation with him about Kyrie and went on to say that Kenny’s brother helped train the ESPN host in basketball and was one of the reasons he was able to secure a full ride to Winston-Salem State.

“My boy Kenny Smith and I go back decades. His brother Vincent Smith used to train me,” Smith said on his podcast. “I got a scholarship, basketball scholarship, because of Vincent Smith.”

Jason Whitlock isn’t letting it slide and believes that was an important piece of information that should’ve been included in his memoir, what Whitlock calls a work of historical fiction.

“First time I’ve heard it, and you guys know how much time I’ve spent researching Stephen A. Smith, reading his memoir, tracking and monitoring what he has said and contradicted,” Whitlock says. “I’ve been tracking all of it, but I had never heard Stephen A. Smith assert that Kenny Smith’s brother is responsible or played a role in him getting a full-ride basketball scholarship.”

Whitlock then went and refreshed his memory, going back to the two times Kenny Smith was referenced in Smith’s memoir.

“Along the way, there’s an inordinate number of friendships I’ve been blessed to have with colleagues at ESPN, as well as people who don’t work at ESPN: Snoop Dogg; Jamie Fox; Charlie Mac; Michael Ealy; Charles Barkley; Shaq; Kenny Smith,” Smith wrote in memoir.

That was the first reference.

“I just didn’t have the money (or the talent) for those travel and AAU programs, like the Gauchos or Riverside. They were reserved for the young phenoms I knew about, from Rod Strickland, Dwayne ‘Pearl’ Washington, Mark Jackson, and Kenny Smith, then on to Kenny Anderson and Lloyd ‘Sweet Pea,’” Smith wrote in his second reference.

Not one mention of Kenny Smith’s brother helping Smith get a scholarship.

“That’s not the story Stephen A. Smith told in his book. He talked about a guy, either Howard or Harold Kit, taking him out on the playground in February in New York City and then driving him down to Winston-Salem State on a Sunday to try out in front of the big house games in the middle of their basketball season. That’s the story he told in his book,” Whitlock says.


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