Nick Young Misogynist Remark on Women’s NCAA Tournament SLAMMED!
The NCAA said it was “actively working” to enhance existing resources for teams at the women’s basketball tournament in San Antonio. Read on for more about Nick Young Women’s NCAA Tournament …
CelebnSports247.com reports that several social media posts showed an insane difference of what the men had compared to how little the women had.
While the men’s weight room featured every piece of equipment imaginable, the women’s weight room consisted of merely six pairs of dumbbells and a stack of yoga mats.
Of course, former NBA player Nick Young weighed in by putting his foot in his mouth with one of the top comments on the page.
Can you believe it has been three years since Swaggy P was on the court? That was after his Warriors run, since then he’s been a free agent no one has wanted to sign. Maybe that is why he made the comment to be relevant again and in the news.
Anyways, Young’s comment was very insensitive and has now been brought to the forefront.
Young wrote in a now-deleted post:
Man y’all not bringing in the big bucks y’all the JV team and it’s cool.
Then Nick mocked his comment claiming that he was hacked. What did he think no one is following his social media since he is no longer active in the NBA?
#CelebnSports247 #reports #nickYoung goes in full denial mode after being called out for his comments that the women’s NCAA tournament the JV team.. #thoughts doesn’t it seem like he is mocking his post? https://t.co/JycO7viPy4
— CelebNSports247 (@CNS24_7) March 19, 2021
Social media was not happy about his comment:
nick young REALLY called the women’s NCAA tournament the JV team. that is unacceptable, these girls spend their whole lives training for this. Women’s athletes work JUST as hard as men. pic.twitter.com/NvjQ6k1n2B
— Marissa Stockman (@marissa6223) March 19, 2021
Nick Young has a daughter and is making these typa comments.
A damn shame. pic.twitter.com/LUEHYSUh6l
— Camille Buxeda (@CamilleBuxeda) March 19, 2021
Miss me with this misogyny pic.twitter.com/mxcFaXLRhY
— Kelsey Trainor (@ktrain_11) March 19, 2021