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  1. #1 Stephen A Smith: Sosa’s New Skin Color ‘Points to His Guilt’ on PED Usage 
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    Friday on ESPN’s “First Take,” co-host Stephen A. Smith blasted former MLB star Sammy Sosa over using a skin bleaching cream to become lighter skinned.

    Sosa sat down with ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap and denied using performance-enhancing drugs, but Smith argued the change in skin color “points to his guilt.”

    What really points to his guilt — his skin color. That’s right, I said it,” said Smith. “I’m pointing to a guy like Sammy Sosa, not a Michael Jackson who had that disease or whatever, this is Sammy Sosa who I’m told was on the record talking about the lightning of skin color, is a profitable business. He thinks he looks better with it and somebody done told him wrong.”
    I thought people were to be judged by the content of their character ?


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    The guy tainted his character forever with PED rumors, etc. His Cubs' persona was damn near an act. But for about a decade, he was untouchable in Chicago. Much like MJ and the '85 Bears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
    The guy tainted his character forever with PED rumors, etc. His Cubs' persona was damn near an act. But for about a decade, he was untouchable in Chicago. Much like MJ and the '85 Bears.

    Or the Bull MJ and the rumors of his gambling. Don't want to tarnish the image of the greatest NBA player in history. But it probably got his daddy killed.
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