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Don't be like me, be better than me." To the reporters, to the journalists, to the moms, super moms, to the daughters, the sisters and the women all around the world, I sincerely apologize and I hope that you can find the kindness in your heart to forgive me.
Charlotte Observer Panthers beat writer Jourdan Rodrigue attended Cam Netwon's weekly press conference on Wednesday, as she does every week, and asked the Panthers quarterback a legitimate question about his receiver's routes.
I think it’s my job.”“Offensive” tweets from reporter surface However, on Thursday Rodrigue faced backlash of her own after she was accused of making offensive and racist comments in tweets she posted several years ago.“The earth moves at 450 mph that’s 10 times triller than NASCAR Dale Earnhart’s a (expletive) (racial slur),” she wrote in a tweet posted in May 2013, which was re-shared widely.
Sponsor cuts ties over “sexist” comments Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, cut ties with Newton on Thursday.
“And I would like to talk about the Detroit Lions who we play Sunday.” The Association for Women in Sports Media released a statement in response: “AWSM is very discouraged by Cam Newton’s disrespectful remarks and actions directed to a female reporter during today’s Carolina Panthers press conference.
As a watchdog group, AWSM demands fair treatment and positive workplace environments for women working in sports media.”We stand with the Association for Women in Sports Media as an organization whose mission includes safeguarding fair and positive working conditions for all sports journalists. A marketing representative for Newton told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport that the company had not terminated the partnership and did not have grounds to do so.
Company spokesperson Michael Neuwirth released a statement saying it was “shocked and disheartened” at the former league MVP’s behaviour and comments toward Rodrigue.
The Dannon statement noted the company perceives Newton’s comments as “sexist and disparaging to all women. It’s simply not OK to belittle anyone based on gender.
Media reports on 05 November 2017 state that a leak of financial documents dubbed the Paradise Papers with 13.4 million documents has revealed how powerful and ultra-wealthy people secretly invest vast amounts of cash in offshore tax havens.
The Carolina Panthers quarterback has been under constant scrutiny since he began laughing at a question from Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue, saying ""It's funny to hear a female talk about routes." Cam Newton makes sexist comment to female reporter days before playing Lions On Thursday night, he issued an apology via social media. I understand that my word choice was extremely degrading and disrespectful to women," he said. If you are a person who took offense to what I said, I sincerely apologize to you." The NFL has said it will not discipline Newton for the remarks, which means he will be on the field when the Panthers (3-1) take on the Lions (3-1) at Ford Field on Sunday.
However, a spokesperson for Dannon Oikos Yogurt said the company no longer would use the 2015 NFL MVP in its commercials and advertisements.
The vast majority of the transactions involve no legal wrongdoing.
According to the reports, the leaked documents allegedly originate from the Bermuda-based lawfirm Appleby and were obtained by German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung and shared among the ICIJ, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Minister of Education, Doug Currie, speak as federal-provincial and territorial ministers responsible for “Early Learning and Child Care” meet in Ottawa on Monday, June 12, 2017.
Rodrigue joined the Charlotte Observer as a Panthers beat reporter last year.