NFL star QB flagged over remarks about women who ‘can’t cook’ and ‘don’t know when to be quiet’

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NFL quarterback Cam Newton hasn’t lit up scoreboards in recent years like he did early in his career but the former MVP set off fireworks with provocative remarks about women that won’t sit well with the “woke” mob that polices social conformity to enforce the rabid left’s ideology.

Once one of the league’s top attractions whose electric game on the field was matched by his “Dab dancing” flamboyance, Newton has never been the same after having his dream season turned into a nightmare by a fierce Denver Broncos pass rush in Super Bowl 50 back in 2016 when he was stripped of the ball twice, both leading to scores in what would be a 24-10 loss for his team.

The man who was once nicknamed “Super Cam” appeared on the latest edition of Barstool Sports’ Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast where, in an extended interview, he discussed his time in the NFL as a member of the Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots as well as his life experiences but may have strayed out of bounds when the conversation turned to women.

The free-agent quarterback’s controversial words came as he talked about being brought up in a traditional family with old school values, “I had a perfect, a perfect example of what a man was in my life by my father,” he said of the elder Newton who is a minister.

“My parents have been together for 36, 37 years now and it’s a beautiful thing,” Newton added, “I grew up in a three-parent household, my mom, my father, and my grandmother, and I knew what a woman was, not a bad bitch.”

After being asked by one of the hosts to describe the difference, Newton elaborated.

“A bad bitch is a person who’s just, you know, ‘girl I’m a bad bitch, I’m doing this, I’m doing that. I look the part but I don’t act the part,’ you know.” he said.

“There’s a lot of women who are bad bitches, and I say bitches in a way, not to degrade a woman but just to go off the aesthetic of what they deem is a boss chick,” Newton continued.

“Now a woman for me is, handling your own but knowing how to cater to a man’s needs, right?” Newton added, “And I think a lot of times when you get that aesthetic of like ‘I’m a boss bitch, I’m a this, I’m a that,’ no baby, but you can’t cook, you don’t know when to be quiet, you don’t know how to allow a man to lead.”

When Newton found himself at the center of a firestorm of leftist condemnation after making allegedly “sexist” remarks to a female reporter in 2017, he defended himself by saying that he was just trying to pay her a compliment.

Needless to say, Newton’s colorful commentary drew a personal foul flag from leftists on Twitter.

Newton, who starred in college football, leading the Auburn Tigers to the 2011 BCS Championship before being drafted first overall by the Panthers where he continued his awe-inspiring play and transformed the NFL franchise into legitimate championship contenders, winning the 2015 MVP award – the first time that a black quarterback scored the honor outright – and a spot in Super Bowl 50 with a chance to cement his legacy at a young age.

But things went badly awry in the big game and he has been dogged by injuries, bad press and underwhelming play ever since, being released by the Panthers, then bombing badly as Tom Brady’s replacement with the Patriots before returning to Carolina last year.

Currently looking for a new team, it remains to be seen whether his comments will impact his employability in a league that has fully embraced the “woke” agenda.


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