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ESPN’s Mina Kimes reveals ‘trash’ email from online troll

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Watch out for online trolls, don’t come for Mina Kimes.

On Monday, ESPN star shared a horrific e-mail he received from a critic named Charles Brown, who spat, among other things, “pretending to know something about men’s sports.”

“The only reason you are on ESPN is because it is a positive move,” the report said. “Jeff Saturday has to feel very weak to show himself as a smart guy doing professional sports with a man wearing lipstick and high heels.”

Kimes mocked the email on Twitter, saying “Mr. It’s Wendy’s,” and an ESPNer colleague sang a song praising him on Saturday and told Brown to “turn off the phone.”

Mina Kimes recently shared a hateful email she received from an online troll.

“It’s absolutely rubbish! Mina is amazing at her job and has earned what she has on ESPN. I can also say that I have been linked to Mina several times to teach her how to use analytics in football. He will improve our NFL team. Put Charlie down ” He tweeted on Saturday Monday.

Many others supported Kimes on Twitter, as Brown’s bad note quickly spread on the Internet.

“You’re great and I know I don’t have to tell you that. Thank you for being an example to young girls who love sports. I hope that one day we will live in a world where they will not receive similar comments “, – KSBW sports anchor Drea Blackwell announced.

Following the news, Mina Kimes received great support from the sports media community.
Following the news, Mina Kimes received great support from the sports media community.

Dan Orlovsky, ESPN’s “Stand Up” also answered, “1) I don’t eat fast 2) Do you wear high heels? 3) you are great. “

In a follow-up tweet on Monday, Kimes added: “I understand the‘ don’t reinforce the argument ’argument, I really understand. But every day women ask me if it’s normal and I want people to see: it never ends and it has nothing to do with you. ”

Despite the trolls and their unwelcome opinions, Kimes has become one of ESPN’s best and most respected talents since joining the network in 2014.

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