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Is Tua Tagovailoa black? Megyn Kelly slams MSNBC host Tiffany Cross for ‘racist’ remarks

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“She’s the most racist person on TV. It is wonderful. Maybe she just doesn’t see color,” Megyn Kelly slammed at Tiffany Cross

MSNBC host Tiffany Cross slammed Megyn Kelly, who called her “idiot” and “idiot” and also said she was “the most racist person on TV” for claiming Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is black. Just days after suffering an apparent concussion, the Hawaii-born NFL star was allowed to attend the Sept. 29 game between the Dolphins and the Cincinnati Bengals.

Tagovailoa was carried off the field after being knocked down during the game and stayed down for more than seven minutes. Tagovailoa appeared to adopt a tonic posture on the ground, with his spread fingers frozen in front of his face. On her MSNBC show on Saturday, Cross made an irrational racist remark, saying the Tagovailoa incident shows the NFL’s lax attitude toward the health of its players, most of whom are black.


Is Tua Tagovailoa black?

“To see all these black men clash with a bunch of white owners, white coaches and a total disregard for black bodies and black lives,” Cross said, according to the New York Post. “I mean, it just poses a bigger problem.” Kelly, who was blunt, was quick to pounce on her remarks and subsequently slammed Cross for her “amazingly racist” comments. “He’s not black. Hi? You idiot, Tiffany Cross,” the former Fox and NBC host said on Tuesday, Oct. 11, when her SiriusXM podcast “The Megyn Kelly Show” aired. “She’s the most racist person on TV. It is wonderful. Maybe she just doesn’t see color,” Kelly added.

Kelly continued, “Anyway, he’s not black, but according to her, he is.” Kelly also said Mike McDaniel, the Dolphins’ head coach, is multiracial. McDaniel was widely criticized for letting Tagovailoa play just days after he stumbled off the field. “Oh, by the way, his coach isn’t white either,” Kelly said.

Latestpagenews previously reported that Kelly said she would much rather have her husband Douglas Brunt have a one-night stand with another woman than see him develop an emotional bond and “sit and cry” with her. The topic was brought up when the pair started talking about the rumors that Tom Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen were about to be divorced. Kelly found out about the divorce from various news outlets, which reported that the couple hired lawyers after having an “epic argument” over Bundchen’s apparent displeasure with Brady’s decision to re-sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for another season.

Professor and marketing expert Saad, Kelly’s guest, commented that Brady’s return to football “seems an unlikely reason for a breakup” while he “entered speculation land”. Saad claimed that women “are more likely to be triggered and more angry and jealous by emotional infidelity than by sexual infidelity,” from an “evolutionary psychology” perspective.

Tagovailoa is not black. The quarterback is of Samoan descent and grew up in Hawaii. Tagovailoa follows Samoan customs and traditions and is also a devout Christian. His parents are also from the South Pacific island of Samoa.

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