Brittney Griner Lipstick Alley
Lipstick Alley – I’m Not a Troll
Whether you’re an adult, a male athlete, or an idiot who has screwed up, I’m here to tell you that you’re not a troll. And I’m not talking about the kind of trolls who just troll and troll.
‘i’m not a troll’
‘I’m not a troll’ is a phrase that was posted in the Lipstick Alley forum from the account of Brittney Griner. It was a response to a comment posted by LeBron James on the TV show “The Shop” about his frustration with the U.S.’s inability to bring BG back from Russia.
While there has been a great deal of interest in Griner’s case since her arrest, there have been many other people touched by it. Among these are President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. They’ve both spoken to Griner and wrote a letter to her. They also spoke to her daughter, Cherelle Griner. And Congressman Colin Allred, a former Baylor athlete, is also involved in the Griner case. The White House has also fielded a number of questions about Griner.
It isn’t a coincidence that Jones is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Russia. He’s been communicating with a friend who is a “right-hand man” to Russian President Vladimir Putin. It seems he is trying to sway Putin to release Griner.
‘i’m not a male athlete’
Earlier this week, USA Today published an op-ed by a female student athlete from Connecticut. In it, Chelsea Mitchell said, “I’m not a male athlete, I’m a transgender athlete.” The magazine has since apologized for this “hurtful” language. The magazine said it had mistakenly assigned “hurtful” motives to the word’s use, but that it had been corrected after publication. As a result of the misunderstanding, the editor added a note that said, “We apologize for using the word ‘transgender’ and are making changes to the column that will correct this mistake.”
The article was then re-published, with a note that said the editors had edited the article to make it less offensive. The paper has since apologized for the misunderstanding and stated that it will re-write the column to include a more accurate description of the athlete.