Proof That Caitlyn Jenner’s ESPY Award for Courage Means Nothing

As if we needed more evidence that this year’s Arthur Ashe Courage Award is a sham. ESPN created the ESPY Awards obviously for more programming and ad dollars. They invite genetic freaks to accept awards for their accomplishment in ‘sports’. Basically, a circus show for nature’s 1% aberrations.

Each year, they give the Arthur Ashe Courage Award to “individuals whose contributions transcend sports“. Past winners include Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali, Pat Tillman, a former NFL player who died serving in Afghanistan, and Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham, Tom Burnett, and Jeremy Glick, who tried breaking into the cockpit on Flight 93 during the 9/11 attacks.

Then there’s Caitlyn Jenner. Do I even need to write more? Yea, there is courage being true to yourself, especially when you’re a transgender in this society. But c’mon, she hasn’t even cut her dick off! Dude, at least wait until she does that. Then we know she’s committed to the game.

Surprise, even the award isn’t for her “contributions”. It’s all for show and it was only a tradeoff for a shout-out on Caitlyn’s new show, I am Cait. Is nothing real in this world anymore??

According to an insider, Jenner’s reps approached the network suggesting she receive the award — and offering PR plugs on her upcoming docuseries in return.

According to an insider, negotiations started as Jenner’s publicist was finalizing the terms of her interview with Diane Sawyer.

Her agents approached ESPN, which is owned by Disney like Sawyer’s ABC, “and they suggested that she receive the Arthur Ashe award,” the source claimed. “It was a brilliant move because the executives at ESPN loved the idea, and immediately began making sure it got done. Caitlyn’s journey to accepting the award will also be featured on her upcoming reality show, I am Cait.”

Basically, ESPN and I am Cait are gonna give each other handjobs. Does Caitlyn still enjoy those? Guess so.

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007snipes .
007snipes .
8 years ago

Well said this is a total joke and an insult to real woman and the woman he recently killed