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Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Stephen A. Smith says he doesn't like strip clubs because he "never liked the smell"

Stephen A. Smith says he doesn't like strip clubs because he "never liked the smell".

Although you may not agree with all of his takes, there is no denying how entertaining he is. Every single morning, hundreds of thousands of sports fans tune into First Take to see what he may say. These rants typically go viral on social media, much to the delight of ESPN. However, he has also been going viral thanks to his new podcast, “Know Mercy.”

“Now, I’m not one for strip clubs,” Smith began. “I’m a bit older in this day and age, and even when I was younger, I’ve never had a proclivity for strip clubs. I never liked the smell.” Of course, there are a lot of people out there who would disagree. Although, this is definitely a matter of personal preference. Strip clubs are not for everyone, and that is more than okay. However, for many throughout the NBA, the strip club is an essential part of every road trip.

Over the past week or so, Stephen A. has been tasked with giving his opinion on the Ja Morant situation. At this point, it feels like Morant is in the news every single day. Moreover, with Morant’s strip club photos being leaked on the internet, the discourse around him has only ramped up. As for Smith, he finds the leaking of these images to be in poor taste. Additionally, while touching on the topic during an episode of “Know Mercy,” Smith revealed exactly why he doesn’t like strip clubs.

“The fans here, they’re not the ones calling the radio show,” Boeheim told reporters. “Not one fan that was here tonight calls any radio show. The people that call the radio shows do not come to games. They don’t have season tickets. The only way they come is if someone gives them a ticket.

“Do I want to do better? Yeah, I want to do better. But the people that show up tell you whether you have support or not. Not who calls on the radio.” I have no idea what Boeheim’s point was in that diatribe, but I couldn’t help but think of what the 78-year-old said when I read this story Monday morning about ESPN Radio Syracuse firing one of its hosts Sunday because he was too negative about Syracuse sports. 

The Orange have missed the NCAA tournament the past two years, and the football team is never good, so I’m not sure how a radio host is supposed to be positive, but the CEO of the radio station wants a cheerleader on the air and now longtime host Brent Axe is out of a job.

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