MSNBC fires lead host Tiffany Cross for racially inaccurate statements about Tua Tagovailoa and Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel

Top network MSNBC cuts ties with weekend host Tiffany Cross on false and inappropriate comments about Tua Tagovailoa and Miami Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel. A source stated that the network did not renew its contract. Jonathan Capehart is expected to take over the role.

In game against the Buffalo Bills, Tua suffered a terrible back injury. However, he was expected to rest in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals the following week; sent to the field. After being dismissed from the game, his fingers were lying in the air and the quarterback was clearly concussed.

MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross stated that the reason she started Tua Tagovailoa was to improve their 4-0 record. After the shaking, Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel Because the white coaches didn’t care about the lives of the black players, he started quarterback and his decision disregarded the health of the athlete.

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Tiffany Cross got her facts about Tua Tagovailoa and Mike McDaniel wrong:

Tua Tagovailoa is Samoan, but Tiffany Cross described her as a member of the black community.
Tua Tagovailoa is Samoan, but Tiffany Cross has described her as a member of the Black community.

The race card was included in the decision to start Tua, according to the host. However, this was far from the truth. The problem with her expression is primarily that Tua Tagovailoa is not Black. It hails from Hawaii and is of Samoan origin. Second, Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel is not a white ram, he is bi-racial.

Viewers objected to his comments, and as a result, MSNBC decided to cut ties with him. Tiffany Cross had some controversial approaches to situations in her past. The last time she called Republican lawmakers was she. ‘white supremacists’ Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse after he was acquitted by a Wisconsin jury.

This wouldn’t have been an issue if Cross had criticized Mike McDaniel for sending the quarterback, but he decided to bring the racing element into the picture. Tiffany Cross began her media career as a producer for CNN and BET. She became the weekend host on MSNBC in late 2020.

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