Jemele Hill Just Admitted The UNTHINKABLE About Her Suspension From ESPN

Jemele Hill broke her silence with TMZ on her suspension from ESPN following several negative tweets about Jerry Jones’s decision to not play players who don’t stand for the National Anthem.

Hill was handed a 2-week suspension from ESPN after telling her followers on twitter to boycott Jerry Jones’s sponsors after she appeared to be upset by Jones’s bold stance against anthem protests.

Here are a couple of the many tweets that got Jemele in trouble:

Her comments violated ESPN’s social media policy, which ultimately resulted in her suspension from the network. TMZ spoke with her, as she awaits her return to the network on Monday.

In the video, which is at the bottom of this article, Hill said in regards to the tweets she “deserved her suspension” since she violated ESPN’s policy and then stated “I regret the position I put them [ESPN] in.”

She also said, however, that she won’t take back anything she said about Trump or Jones cause it’s the way she feels. But she agrees that she was wrong by violating their policy.

Here is the video:


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