Robert Griffin III apologizes after using anti-black slur on National Television
Robert Griffin III slipped up on National television using an anti-black slur but quickly responded with an apology.
The former first round pick was talking about Jalen Hurts on how he has proved everyone wrong, but he slipped up when making his statement on National TV. He actually used an anti-black slur word, and then quickly apologized after realizing what he said.
“People said that Jalen Hurts couldn’t get it done. He could not break from the pocket. He’s not the quarterback of the future. I think he proved all those jiggaboos wrong,” Griffin said
RG3 quickly took to Twitter to apologize and say he slipped up.
ESPN will probably take matters into their own hands, but this was a slip up.
What do you think? Should he be in trouble?