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OH? Cam Newton Complains About Chicks Who Have A ‘Boss B****’ Aesthetic That ‘Can’t Cook’ &‘Don’t Know When To Be Quiet’

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Cam Newton is coming under fire for sexist comments he made about women - mainly “bad b******” who can’t cook and don’t know when to be quiet. More inside…

 

Sexist much?  NFL free agent Cam Newton is trending online and it has nothing to do with football.

Former Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is back to sharing old-fashioned, outdated comments - which some would even call sexist - about women and their “roles.”

Apparently, the NFL free agent has an issue with “bad b*tches” who “can’t cook” and “don’t know when to be quiet.” The jokes LITERALLY write themselves.

The 32-year-old free agent appeared on the “Million Dollar Worth of Game” podcast, which instantly screamed “red flag” as it seems men continuously keep saying dumb ish on podcast. The 2015 NFL MVP complained about women who boast about being “bad b******” but don’t know how to “cater to a man.”

”I had a perfect example of what a man was in my life by my father,” the father-of-six said. “I knew what a woman was, not a bad b*tch."

Yet, he consistently chose the polar opposite but somehow those women are lesser than?

He said he grew up in a three parent household, consisting of his father, his mother and his grandmother. He shared his parents have been married almost 27 years.  His father is also a well known, super religious person, as well.

"Now a woman, for me, is handling your own but knowing how to cater to a man's needs. Right?'' he asked. "And I think a lot of times when you get that aesthetic of like, 'I'm a boss b****, I'm this, I'm that.'"

”No, baby! But you can't cook. You don't know when to be quiet. You don't know how to allow a man to lead," he continued.

One could argue THOSE are the exact type of women he chooses, but we digress. It’s interesting because there’s no details mentioned of how a man should act.  Because based on his track record, which is in direct conflict with the type of household he grew up in and the example he claims his father set, he should probably sit this one out.

Preference is one thing, but insinuating women's value is somehow minimized to how well they can cook and how quiet they are is problematic. You can have a preference without berating, belittling women who supposedly don't fit your preference.  Women who don't fit your preference aren't "lesser than" simply because that's not your preference.  Please believe they are another man's preference.  He has been in long term relationships and fathered children with several strippers and instathots that he's speaking of.  His latest (VERY recent) relationship is with the latter.

Peep the clip below:

He said he wasn't trying to "beat up" on his "queens," and he also called out men to be better men. We hope he's including himself in that.  Hmph.  

The NFL star has several children with his ex and he welcomed an additional child with another woman while he was still very much in a relationship. Needless to say, his extramarital actives where the demise of his relationship with his longtime love, Kia Proctor. Cam and his ex Kia share four kids together son Chosen, daughter Sovereign-Dior, son CamidasSwain, and son CashmereSaint, who was born in October 2019. The NFLer claims Kia’s first child as his own and he also welcomed a son with IG model, La Reina Shaw, two years ago.

 

 

 

 

You can watch his full interview below:

Peep some reactions to his commentary below:

 

IG model Brittany Renner - who is the mother of NBA star PJ Washington's son - even chimed in: 

This isn’t the first time Cam has found himself caught up in sexist drama.

 

In 2017, Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, dropped Cam from all advertising campaigns following what the company perceives as “sexist” remarks he made to Jourdan Rodrigue, a beat reporter with the Charlotte Observer, who asked a question about a receiver running routes.

”It's funny to hear a female talk about routes," he said in response to Jourdan's question. "It's funny."

Company spokesperson MichaelNeuwirth said he was “shocked and disheartened” at the former league MVP’s behavior, so they cut ties with him. He later apologized for his comments.

Thoughts on his current comments about women?

 

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