Should ESPN fire Jemele Hill? | The Tylt
ESPN on-air personality Jemele Hill is in trouble again; she's been suspended for two weeks for violating the networks social media policy. This is her second incident in recent months involving social media, and many are calling for her job. Hill was suspended for talking about boycotting the Dallas Cowboys and their advertisers. Some argue that when an employee talks ill of a sponsor, they should be let go. Still, Hill was giving an honest opinion on her private account. What do you think?
Should ESPN fire Jemele Hill?
ESPN suspended racist Jemele Hill for two weeks. Good but cut the losses and fire this idiot who is not a sportscaster but a BLM advocate!😣— Elder Lansing (@ElderLansing) October 9, 2017
Oh look, just another big corporation trying to silence a black person.. Do as Jemele Hill said. Boycott the advertisers and ESPN too.— valentino (@vlnto) October 9, 2017
Dallas Cowboys' owner threatens players' right to free speech.— Simran Jeet Singh (@SikhProf) October 9, 2017
Jemele Hill speaks against the unjust use of power.
ESPN suspends her.