Brennan Clay, the former college running back blasted last week for making a joke about dark skin women, is finally apologizing for his words … sort of. Clay took to Instagram over the weekend to explain his actions, but instead of being a man and taking responsibility for his actions, Clay blamed the press and people on social media for making a fuss over his remarks.
Clay and Arizona Cardinals player Tony Jefferson were slammed on Twitter and IG after an exchange between the two men discussing a group of cheerleaders went viral. Jefferson initially posted a picture of the women on his IG and asked Clay in his caption if he wanted that “dark a** one in the middle.” Clay responded, “Haha. The dark bish can go” setting off the backlash.
“I made a joke that wasn’t funny to people OUTSIDE of my circle” sounds like Clay’s way of saying the disparaging remark in question was acceptable to people in his circle, just not anyone else. Not exactly a traditional apology, but what do you expect from a guy like this.
As we previously reported, Clay was arrested in Texas on January 27, 2015 after his estranged wife Gina D’Agostini accused him of physically assaulting her. In the weeks leading up to the incident, the former college running back had publicly accused Gina of having an affair with his ex-teammate, DeMarco Murray.
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