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Stephen A. Smith’s comments during an interview on rapper Snoop Dogg’s marijuana-focused streaming network traversed into some racy territory.
Snoop asked Smith at the end of an interview on the Double G News Network (GGN) posted Tuesday night what part of a female’s anatomy he liked more and was given two options.
Smith, who co-hosts First Take on ESPN, answered: “Always, always (a term that refers to the buttocks).”
“I know I’m associated with Walt Disney, but everybody knows I’m a bottom feeder,” added Smith, who has been a guest on the show previously, and has had Snoop on his show.
Smith, who is known as an outspoken, polarizing figure, was suspended by ESPN for comments related to NFL player Ray Rice’s domestic violence allegations four years ago.
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A message left with ESPN early Wednesday morning was not returned. Disney is the parent company of ESPN.
The comments by one of ESPN’s highest-paid personalities come amid the #MeToo movement, during which prominent TV hosts such as Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose were accused of sexual…