Shannon Sharpe seems to have supported a claim that years of jealousy by co-host Skip Bayless’ was the reason for their rift, which in the end led to the NFL Corridor of Famer leaving their ‘Undisputed’ sports activities debate present, in line with The New York Submit.
As first reported by The Submit, information of Sharpe’s upcoming departure was revealed on Wednesday.
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Shannon Sharpe ‘Likes’ Tweet Claiming Jealousy Was The Motive Behind ‘Undisputed’ Break up
The NFL Corridor of Famer has since hinted at what induced the dissolution of his working relationship with the controversial co-host.
As for the declare, Sharpe “favored” a tweet claiming jealousy was the rationale behind his points with Bayless shortly after information of the cut up.
“Their relationship obtained progressively worse during the last 2 perhaps 3 years as a result of skip fought for him to be on that present,” the tweet in query started. “However I really feel like skip couldn’t stand Shannon succeeding with out and that’s when skip was taking pot photographs on air.”
Shannon actually favored this😂😂
— 😒 (@GoatGillis23) June 1, 2023
Nonetheless, Sharpe, 54, has but to touch upon the subject publicly.
Sharpe And Bayless Had Points For Months, Courting Again To Damar Hamlin Tweet In Jan.
Sharpe and Fox Sports activities allegedly reached a buyout settlement, in line with The Submit. The information outlet went on to report that Sharpe’s ‘Membership Shay Shay’ podcast can even not be aired on the community.
The previous tight finish reportedly instructed associates that he solely wished equal footing on the present in regard to Bayless when it comes to the present’s subject choice. He by no means sought to take over as program chief, per The Submit.
Nonetheless, Bayless and Sharpe had apparently had points for a while now earlier than the latter’s current buyout settlement.
The primary indicators of bother appeared in January when Skip made an insensitive tweet concerning Buffalo Payments’ security Damar Hamlin. Hamlin famously suffered cardiac arrest throughout a sport towards the Bengals on Jan. 2.
Skip had complained in regards to the NFL suspending the sport in query. In the meantime, Sharpe and plenty of different athletes slammed Bayless for his thoughtless sizzling take.
He responded to Bayless’ tweet by skipping out on “Undisputed” the morning after. Bayless would go on to defend the tweet whereas internet hosting the present by himself, in line with The Submit.
Based on the outlet, when Sharpe returned to the present the next day, Bayless proceeded to interrupt him whereas he shared his ideas on the incident.
“I can’t even get by way of a monologue with out you interrupting me,” Sharpe reportedly instructed Bayless.
Unc Shannon sharpe was explaining why he wasn’t on undisputed yesterday & this man Skip bayless gonna interrupt him when Shannon tells him to take down the tweet of damar Hamlin 🤦🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/hQQK0njiQZ
— Shannonnn sharpes Burner (PARODY Account) (@shannonsharpeee) January 4, 2023
Moreover, Twitter customers have additionally referenced a heated on-air alternate between Sharpe and Bayless that occurred weeks earlier than Hamlin’s collapse.
The articles on Shannon Sharpe leaving Undisputed are leaving out how Shannon & Skip obtained into it about Tom Brady in what gave the impression to be their most private disagreement on-air but (3 weeks earlier than the Demar tweet)
All of us noticed the writing on the wall then. Let’s not act model new. pic.twitter.com/DnQZBvzREc
— Randall Barnes (@AuthorRandallB) June 1, 2023
Shannon Sharpe’s Ultimate “Undisputed” Present Anticipated To Air Later This Month
Sharpe would finally inform SiriusXM’s “The Adam Schein Podcast” that he and Skip “had a foul two months” and have been not associates.
Sharpe took over for Steven A. Smith as Bayless’ co-host at FS1 after Skip left ESPN in 2016.
His remaining present is predicted to air after the 2023 NBA Finals end later this month.