| USA TODAY Sports
Patrick Connor mislaid one of his hosting gigs in a arise of his pretentious comment about 17-year-old Chloe Kim, who won a bullion award in a women’s halfpipe for Team USA on Tuesday.
Connor mislaid his morning show, The Shower Hour with Patrick Connor, on Bay Area sports speak hire KNBR. The pierce was reliable by a deputy for a station’s primogenitor company, Cumulus Media, to USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday.
No reason was given for his stop that came a day after Connor called Kim a “little prohibited square of (expletive)” on his Barstool Sports uncover on SiriusXM.
Connor, however, stays employed by Barstool.
“Just fast we wish to apologize to Chloe Kim and her dad,” Connor pronounced in a available matter on Barstool. “They didn’t merit my stupid, ridiculous and juvenile comments.”
He also tweeted an apology: “Yesterday in a uncanny try to make people giggle we failed. My comments about @chloekimsnow were some-more than inapt they were sore gross. Im truly contemptible Chloe. You’ve repped a nation so brilliantly. we apologize to my colleagues a listeners for being a sum idiot.”
Dallas Braden, a co-host of a Dialed-In uncover on SiriusXM, scolded Connor and pronounced Barstool understands a “severity and a earnest of a comments done … and that’s not who we are.”
Braden’s audio shave was placed on Barstool’s website right next an announcement that enclosed dual women in their underwear.
A summary left for SiriusXM by USA TODAY Sports was not immediately returned.
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