Skip Bayless hit a new low Monday night. Following five-star basketball prospect Romeo Langford’s decision to attend Indiana University, the diarrhea mouthed talking head decided to chime in with a take that left some not feeling Skip’s same sentiment.
Skip was pissed because this kid decided to not go to his alma mater. So Skip did what Skip does best, and trolled the high school kid.
Hey, Romeo Langford: I respect & understand your decision to stay in state and play for Indiana. But you should've signed with the best school in the country, Vanderbilt, and joined a recruiting class that could've contended for a national championship.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) April 30, 2018
Fans flocked to Skip’s twitter account, to give him a piece of their mind. This is why Skip gets paid the big bucks. He knows how to take any situation, and Skip-ify it.
Neither indiana nor Vanderbilt are competing for conference championships…so saying they'll compete for a national championship is laughable. The fact that you get paid to have an opinion about sports is a joke.
— Branden Hooper (@ukHOOPstar33) May 1, 2018
Don’t tell a kid where he should go to school. He did what was best for him. He’s not doing it for you or anybody else.
— Ty Johnson (@TyJohnson96) May 1, 2018
Stay classy and keep tweeting at high school recruits.
— Doug Heinz (@dougheinz) May 1, 2018
Skip, i fixed your tweet pic.twitter.com/Uy1NbXl1lJ
— Luke Snyder (@Luke_S_notlucas) May 1, 2018
Why say that to a kid? Jerk move!
— UKSportsChick (@UKSportsAllDay) May 1, 2018
Skip come over to the cottage and let's read the us news and world report college rankings, share a brandy, and slam each other's fingers in my microwave door.
— the basketball appreciator (@kicknyrgios) May 1, 2018
— Freddy (@Sfreddy68) May 1, 2018
— Edward Ward IV (@eward0012) April 30, 2018
Let’s be honest, no one is better at being a jerk than Skip Bayless. He’s turned it into an art-form, and makes a lot of money being one. Skip is a villain in the sports media world, and he loves playing the role.