On their show "Cari & Jemele (WON'T) Stick to Sports" Cari Champion and Jemele Hill recently started a conversation with YouTube star and aspiring Boxer Jake Paul that is SO WRONG it takes terrible interviewing to an entirely new low. Paul recently "fought" former NBA player Nate Robinson on the undercard of the Mike Tyson Roy Jones Jr fight. It was an incredibly lopsided bought with Paul knocking Robinson down twice before knocking the former New York Knick out cold on the third and final knockdown. This kind of one-sided fight is never pretty but it also wasn't racist. I hadn't heard a single person imply otherwise until I saw "Jemele Hill" was trending on Twitter and saw a clip from the Jake Paul interview where the two hosts repeatedly ask him if it's racist for "a white man to knockout a black man?"

If you've ever heard me discuss my thoughts on Jake Paul on my show you know I'm not a huge fan. I think Jake and his brother Logan Paul are fame starved and willing to do anything to be relevant but I have to admit they are good at staying in the public eye. I also have to say that not one second of that fight was anything other than a poor matchup. I actually feel like implying a White man and a Black man competing in a sanctioned boxing match is racist simply because the white man won is VERY racist. Cari Champion and Jemele Hill I don't think you should "stick to sports" but I would love it if you didn't always attempt to start racial strife.

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