Rice's tweet read "This is despicable", captioning the video of Snoop Dogg's rant aimed at King. Snoop, back the **** off. You come for @GayleKing, you come against an army, ' Rice wrote. The criminal case was dismissed in 2004 because the accuser refused to testify in court, although a civil case was settled in 2005.
"Some of you who don't have a heart wouldn't understand", he joked and finished the video.
"Respect the family and back off, b-h, before we come and get you". "You" re expense of what you're doing and also we're viewing you.Have a little extra regard forVanessa [Bryant, his widow], her infants and alsoKobeBryant's heritage." data-reactid ="60" "I'm a non-violent person", he claimed in a video clip published online. "And then I'm watching pictures of her with Kobe and the family, so you [King] had ample opportunity to ask him then".
He added: 'We speak from the heart.
Either way, it sounds like Snoop wants anyone who might've jumped on his bandwagon to stand down and relax.
King said Thursday that although she did address the 2003 case, the "wide-ranging" interview covered topics including his career, his passion, his sense of humour and his life after basketball.
CBS released an excerpt to promote King's interview with Leslie. Gayle has since apologized for her comments, admitting she's "mortified" by the response and explaining that the clip was "taken out of context".
'She is not doing well. The vast majority of the interview was about the legacy of Kobe Bryant in light of his death. 'We are a country where differences of opinion are welcome, but hateful and risky threats are completely unacceptable'.
King did not appear on "CBS This Morning" on Friday. As King continued to press her on the topic, Leslie remained calm, saying, "I just never have ever seen him being the kind of person that would do something to violate a woman or be aggressive in that way". "This is unacceptable. We must do better".
The interview reportedly prompted death threats against King, according to Oprah. "Gayle is one of the most thoughtful people in our business". As for King's interview, everyone agreed the questions were out of line. King asked Leslie in the interview.
"As journalists, we often have to ask tough and uncomfortable questions". The late Lakers legend was accused of rape in 2003 by a 19-year old woman in Colorado.
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