Spoiler, everyone: Twitter is a giant sack of shit!
ESPN’s Michelle Beadle has spoken out against misogyny in the sports world on several occasions, like that time Stephen A. Smith said women who are victims of domestic violence probably brought it on themselves. That’s probably why she was banned from the Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight on Saturday. Not pro-lady beating? NOT WELCOME, THANK YOU. Beadle was blocked from entrance along with CNN’s Rachel Nichols, who interviewed Mayweather about his history of beating women.
The Twitter madness started when Beadle, a wrestling fan, tweeted that she could no longer support Triple H, a massive Mayweather fan. Twitter simply could not handle this.
@MichelleDBeadle You fucking suck at your job and viewers don't respect you or take you seriously at all. Fuck you unprofessional bitch— Richard James (@dick_jamm) May 3, 2015
@MichelleDBeadle why don't you talk about steve Austin's domestic violence trouble? Is it because he's white? You racist fucking cunt. Die.— HP (@HPhenomenal) May 4, 2015
@MichelleDBeadle Die no 1 likes u, Whore— j1 (@Topgunna34) May 3, 2015
@MichelleDBeadle women cry about being equal to men but then cry when they can't pick up a chair by themselves.— Groovy Baby (@Groovin_inyobit) May 4, 2015
Who appointed the high horse that @MichelleDBeadle tries to sit on? Who made that uppity bitch the morals queen?— Your Hero (@Aquaman247) May 4, 2015
@MichelleDBeadle you dumb bitch, i hope espn fucking fires your ass, nobody likes you, you think you have a voice, you aint got shit— tiger24 (@tiger2420) May 4, 2015
@MichelleDBeadle Shut the fuck up you jealous bitch, Floyd banned your dumbass and beat the guy you wanted to win and spurs loss,sucks for u— tiger24 (@tiger2420) May 4, 2015
Some followers made fairly salient points, like how the NFL is filled with abusers and everyone goes right on supporting them. Also, this guy.
@MichelleDBeadle remember this. The one judging is no better than the one being judged. You make think you're better, you're not.— K.Lewis (@Kayd24) May 3, 2015
SO TRUE, GUYS. If you judge someone for doing something wrong, you are LITERALLY as bad as that person. Literally. Literally as bad. Thinking beating women is wrong is actually worse than beating women. Thanks, guy.