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Lewis Hamilton Walks Out Of Press Conference Because Reporters Were 'Disrespectful' About His Snapchats

Upset that reporters at the Japanese Grand Prix wrote “disrespectful” stories about his bored Snapchats during a Thursday press conference, Lewis Hamilton decided he wasn’t going to answer their questions at a conference on Saturday. Then, without a single Snapchat to document it, he walked on out of there. Read more...
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