Cam Newton is now observant his sexist comments towards a contributor were actually meant to be a compliment.
Following the Panthers 27-24 win over the Lions Sunday, Newton answered a doubt about his “It’s humorous to hear a womanlike speak about ‘routes,'” comment. Newton has given apologized, but his comments Sunday once again incited heads.
“It was a doctrine schooled for me this whole week,” Newton pronounced a press discussion after the game. “My irascibility trying to give somebody kind of a enrich incited in ways we never would have even imagined.”
After formerly owning up to his mistake, Newton seemed to inhibit in the press conference.
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Prior to the game, Newton showed he was trying to be some-more pro-women in his picture by wearing a shawl with a “Rosie the Riveter” symbol on it while boarding the team’s plane.
“I just wanted to have a little shout-out to all the clever women around,” Newton said.
Last week, Charlotte Observer contributor Jourdan Rodrigue asked Newton a doubt about his receivers and he responded by shouting off her question.
He would after apologize by posting a video on his social media accounts.
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“I know my word choice was intensely spiritless and unpleasant to women. And to be honest, that was not my intention,” Newton pronounced in his video. “And if you are a person who took offense to what we said, we unequivocally apologize to you.”
Following media and open backlash, Newton lost his sponsorship with Dannon yogurt. The company has given changed on by signing Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, according to ESPN.
Rodrigue was not at Sunday’s diversion covering the Panthers and is “taking some time off,” ABC News reports.
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