Apparently This Girl is Too Much of a Jealous Bitch to be a CBS Blogger

Kyle Scott —  May 2, 2013 — 6 Comments

Screen Shot 2013-04-29 at 2.20.06 PMThe anonymous blogger who wondered if this Thunder cheerleader was too fat for her job got fired from CBS Houston:

We have an update on the Houston blogger who called an NBA cheerleader “too chunky” to cheer. She’s been told hit the road by CBS.

The former CBS sports blogger known as Claire Crawford came under scrutiny after she targeted Oklahoma City Thunder cheerleader Kelsey Williams. Crawford posted a blog criticizing Williams’ physique and a subsequent poll questioning readers if they also thought she was too chunky to cheer.

This is what happens when you don’t have an editor– you make fat jokes, use curse words, inject personal opinion into prose, present woefully one-sided accounts of a situation, pick on people from behind a computer screen despite your own glaring inadequacies, and act like a petulant asshole in general. Of course… if you do those things, it helps to not have a boss, who can fire you.

Coincidentally, this video aired on CBS national news today about people getting caught laughing at fat people.

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6 responses to Apparently This Girl is Too Much of a Jealous Bitch to be a CBS Blogger

  1. She’s built perfect for her job, she’s cheering for black guys.

  2. Jabba the Hut May 2, 2013 at 11:49 am

    If this lard ass spent the same time and effort “that requires extra work” on her diet and exercise she wouldn’t be pushing three bills.

    Waaahhh I’m fat – take a picture.

  3. In the video, how do you know that those people are “reacting to her weight”? Some of them yes, but most of them they could have been reacting to anything….anything at the moment they snapped the picture. I have one from my wedding where it looks like I’m not happy “about getting married” but it was my reaction about the photographer ordering my wife and I around for snapping “candid pictures” that were posed exactly the way that he wanted us to look. The lady in the video ASSUMES that people are “reacting” to “her weight” and not reacting to something else.

  4. ThePhillyFlash May 2, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    And at the end of the day, nothing of value was lost by her being fired.

  5. you could replace that camera experiment lady with any person and you would get the same photos eventually. I get what shes doing, it just seems like she could do more if she spent all that time and effort into losing weight and finding a boyfriend.

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