A New Jersey woman says that a local pizza shop left a vulgar message on her pizza receipt and she is demanding an apology. Loretta Smith Layne says that she went to Danny’s Pizza in Bridgeton, New Jersey, to order some hot wings and requested that they be “fried hard.” However, when she received her... Show More Summary
On ESPN's Monday Night Countdown, Cris Carter issued an apology for comments he made at the 2014 NFL Rookie Symposium. Monday night, Carter admitted he was in the wrong, via ProFootballTalk's Michael David Smith: It's really hard to go through my thought process. Show More Summary
Buffalo Bills linebacker IK Enemkpali publicly apologized Tuesday for punching New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith, which ultimately led to his dismissal from the team. "I apologize.... It should have never happened," Enemkpali told reporters. Show More Summary
IK Enemkpali, a second-year linebacker who broke the jaw of New York Jets starting quarterback Geno Smith in a locker room scuffle, apologized on Thursday for the incident that he said "should have never happened."
If the NFL needed any more information before deciding whether to place Bills defensive end (they changed his designation from linebacker) IK Enemkpali on paid leave, they don’t now. In a written statement provided verbally to reporters on Thursday, Enemkpali essentially admitted it. Like offensive line coach Aaron Kromer a week ago, Enemkpali took no…
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Earlier this month, ESPN talking head Stephen A. Smith joked on SportsCenter that a Women's World Cup player failed to defend a goal because she was afraid to "mess up her hair." Smith was widely ripped online and apologized soon after,...Show More Summary
Stephen A. Smith has apologized for his terrible, stupid, sexist joke about the Women’s World Cup that he made Thursday night on ESPN’s “SportsCenter.” Smith, whose caveman mentality is his trademark, made his remarks about a clip showing Norway’s Maren Mjelde scoring a free kick against Germany in their Women’s World Cup match. He said the […]
Stop us if you heard this before... but Stephen A. Smith is once again apologizing to women for something he said on air. This time, Smith is walking back comments he made about a women's soccer team from Germany. During a highlight of a…
A bad hair joke could lead to internal issues at ESPN.
Vocalists are known for their ability to create harmonies and melodies, so when word got around that British crooner Sam Smith was unable to speak and had to undergo surgery, his fans were a bit concerned. Thankfully, the "Stay With Me" singer has made huge strides in his Continue reading…
Something you don’t hear often in the media, especially news media, is an apology. However, Fox News is quick to apologize when something is misreported. That is exactly what Fox News anchor Shepard Smith did on-air Monday for theirShow More Summary
"What happened was, we screwed up," Fox News anchor Shep Smith admitted yesterday, apologizing on behalf of the network after a false report of a police shooting in Baltimore. His colleague Mike Tobin had told host Gretchen Carlson that he had witnessed police officers shoot a fleeing man, but it...
Fox News anchor Shephard Smith offered an on-air apology Monday after the network erroneously reported that a black Baltimore man was shot while running from police trying to arrest him. "What's happened is we screwed up, is what it sounds like," Smith said. Show More Summary
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith apologized Monday afternoon, after a Fox News producer reported witnessing police in Baltimore chasing a man–who may have been unarmed–and then seeming to shoot him. Fox News correspondent Mike Tobin also described witnessing a handgun on the ground and hearing a gunshot at the scene. Show More Summary
After prematurely reporting that a suspect in Baltimore was shot by police during a pursuit, Fox News‘ Shephard Smith issued an on-air apology for getting ahead of the story. During a breaking news broadcast, Smith followed up on claims...Show More Summary
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith apologized on-air Monday afternoon after his colleague Mike Tobin erroneously claimed to have witnessed a Baltimore police officer shoot a black man in the street...
When Kyesha Smith Wood, an Alabama mom, recently learned that her children acted out at a local movie theater, she took to Facebook to apologize. She used the post to apologize for the bad behavior of her daughter and stepdaughter and to reach out to a woman that they offended at the venue. Her open letter apology has since gone viral. Show More Summary
This is proof that there are still parents out there who are taking the time to teach their children the importance of respect, like Alabama mother Kyesha Smith Wood. [ Related: ?Four-Year-Old Girl Got On A Bus In The Middle Of the Night Because She Wanted A Slushie! ] Kyesha's daughter and stepdaughter were at the movies [...]
One Alabama mom’s actions after her children misbehaved at a movie theater has gone viral. Kyesha Smith Wood, of Birmingham, Alabama dropped her son, daughter and stepdaughter off at the local theater to see Cinderella. Her son is a teenager, while the girls are 13. When she picked her children up, her son revealed that […]