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Stephen A. Smith Rages After Model Releases Texts From NBA Star Pressuring Her to Abort

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ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith expressed concern about the drama involving NBA star Anthony Edwards and an Instagram model who revealed private text messages, disclosing discussions about an abortion.

Edwards also reportedly sent the woman $100,000 after advocating for an abortion.

Smith emphasized the need for privacy and questioned the repercussions for violating it. (Trending: FBI Bribery Probe Caught Joe Biden’s Brother On Tape)

Anthony Edwards issued a statement, explaining that his comments were made in the “heat of a moment.”

“Let me say this, Anthony Edwards had to apologize because he is a public figure,” said Smith.

“Having said that, once again, here’s the bigger lesson to be learned,” he continued.

“Guard who you deal with,” advised the sports journalist.

A frustrated Smith said, “Once again, I’m singing that same old dance,”

“It’s none of our business who Anthony is screwing around with, who he impregnated,” he proclaimed.

“He has a relationship with this woman and she put him on blast. She took text messages and revealed them to the public,” recapped the host.

“I’m starting to wonder what repercussions somebody can have for having their privacy violated. That’s what I’m wondering about,” he admitted.

“I’m not casting any aspersions. We live in a society, ladies and gentleman, if Anthony (Edwards) wanted to have an abortion, respectfully that’s his business.

Adding, “We have pro-choice and we have pro-lifers all over the country.”

Smith acknowledged, Paige Jordae is “free to do what she wants with her body” but believes the conversation should have been kept private.

Smith also called for legal measures to protect individuals from having their private messages exposed.

“I’m wondering when some law is gonna come into place where people like Anthony Edwards and others can retaliate legally for folks putting their private messages on blast,” posited Smith.

“It’s none of our business,” he repeated.

“She clearly did it to humiliate him and compel him to think the way she wants him to think so she’s using the public to do it, by violating his privacy.”

“When are we going to talk about that?” asked Smith.

“That’s all I’m saying. I’m not talking abortion or keeping the child. I’m not getting into all of that,” he said.

“That’s his business and it’s public assumption because he commented on it. But c’mon. C’mon y’all,” he pleaded.

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