It's a cruel world out there, and it's a shame that we've got to see this much announcer-on-announcer crime. Warren Sapp, of Showtime's Inside the NFL, has a segment where fans can write in and ask him anything, and one fan asked him if he was going to watch Keyshawn's interior design show.
Me, watch Keyshawn on an interior decorating show? Keyshawn, I knew you were a -----. And thanks for making it all clear.
The blanked out word starts with "b" and rhymes with "itch," and implies that Keyshawn is not acting in a masculine way.
I think that's a pretty brave card for a guy on a ballroom dancing show to be playing. One guy tiptoes around in a Grimace costume, and another guy decides if the drapes should be taupe or sandalwood. We're kind of splitting hairs here, aren't we?
Men are allowed to ballroom dance, and men are allowed to get into interior design. Does a man not have a right to design a clean, spacious, and aesthetically pleasing living area? Can a man not decide if the shape of an ottoman has a negative effect on a room's feng shui?
Of course he can. And he can retain all his masculinity in the process. You know who else is an interior designer, and could never, ever have the virile, strapping, caveman nature of has masculinity questioned? Christopher Lowell.
Don't let him hear what you said, Sapp. He'll smother you with a corduroy throw pillow.
Gracias, Awful Announcing.