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XFL Player Kyle Queiro Apologizes After Getting Dragged For Questioning Jill Scott’s Attractiveness

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This man has a lot of nerve! XFL player Kyle Queiro learned real fast not to come for Jill Scott. Now, he’s apologizing. More inside….

Being in quarantine clearly has folks losing it. Thankfully, Black Twitter is around to keep folks in line.

XFL player Kyle Queiro – a linebacker who was previously on the Dallas Cowboys roster for a few months – learned a good lesson about thinking first before putting his Twitter fingers to use.

A few days ago, the XFL linebacker hopped on Twitter and thought it was a good idea to question the attractiveness of singer Jill Scott.

"People are attracted to JILL SCOTT!?" he asked in a now-deleted post. "And by no means is she ugly, but ya'll really sexually aroused by her?"

Def trippin'!

Fans quickly came to Jilly from Philly’s defense, calling him out for being sexist and fat-shaming the gorgeous singer.














Celebs like Tory Lanez, Questlove and K. Michelle also came to Jill's defense:







Kyle ended up deleting the Jill Scott tweet and then tried to explain his original tweet that put Twitter in a frenzy.

“I tried to explain my tweet after realizing how poorly it was worded and conveyed. I didn’t grow up on Jill Scott so it was news to me that she was a sex symbol, and I just tweeted. Stupidly. It was best to just delete it & take my L," he tweeted.

“I’ve also seen people equating my tweet to both: fat shaming and a hatred of black women,” he added. “With how prevalent that is, I can understand why people may feel that way. But that is not the case here.”


Then, he came back with a full, officially apology to Jill Scott and to anyone he may have offended:



"First and foremost, I would like to apologize to Miss Jill Scott," he said. "The topic of your beauty should not have been shared over social media for public discourse. There's truly no excuses or explanations to be made. My comments were distasteful and unbecoming of a Black man to speak negatively of a Black woman under any circumstance.

"Second, I would like to apologize to all of those who were also offended by my post. I'm aware of the layers of hurt I peeled back with my words. I had no intention to make people feel less than, but that's simply not good enough. Intention doesn't equate to impact. I am aware of how much more important one's impact is than their intention. Knowing this, I still offended a large number of people and for that I am deeply sorry."

Read his full apology above.

Yesterday, the "Golden" singer noticed she was trending again, so she used the moment to demand justice for black women who have been killed by the police: Breonna Taylor and Sandra Bland. And also Black Lives Matter teen activist Oluwatoyin "Toyin" Salau, who was killed by a black man.


A perfect response. 

There will be NO Jill Scott slander. NONE! You hear that, Kyle?

Photo: Jewel Scott Jones for TheYBF.com/JewelScottJonesPhotos.com

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