Jemele Hill

via essence/photo Jemele Hill: Journalist and TV host Jemele Hill ended 2018 on a high note announcing her surprise engagement and sharing the big news with her fans across social media. Just days after Christmas, Hill, 43, posted photos of her fiancé, Ian Wallace, on bended knee on a rooftop as she smiled. Hill and Wallace have […]

2017 has been brutal for the world of journalism, as many top news organizations have either completely shuttered or laid off a large portion of staff—and ESPN is the latest outlet to do so. The sports network laid off approximately 150 employees earlier this week. https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/935881797388390400 As everyone is currently in a festive mood as […]

 Jemele Hill   says she “deserved” her suspension. In an impromptu airport interview with TMZ Sports, Hill told a reporter that she “deserved [the] suspension” that she was handed two weeks ago and that she put ESPN in a “bad spot” for her political Tweets in response to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. “So, here’s how this works: It […]

Racism is Donald Trump being able to call NFL players “sons of b***hes” on Twitter and nothing happens, while Jemele Hill calls that same guy a White supremacist and loses her job for it. On Monday, it was reported that the ESPN anchor had been suspended after what the network described as her “second violation […]

ESPN’s  Jemele Hill has been in the hot seat this week after describing President Donald Trump as a “white supremacist.” Though many defended her, Wednesday Hill apologized saying “My comments on Twitter expressed my personal beliefs. My regret is that my comments and the public way I made them painted ESPN in an unfair light. […]

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest news, you’re probably aware of the controversy surrounding ESPN’s Jemele Hill and her comments about Trump, referring to him as a white supremacist. Now, she has finally addressed the situation and took to her Twitter account to give her take on all that’s happened in the last […]

The day after Super Bowl LI, on February 6, 2017, Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, current hosts of His & Hers, will be the new hosts of the 6 p.m. SportsCenter hour.