You Know You Wrong: Celebs Who Refused To Apologize After Acting Up

April 13, 2015  |  
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Charles Barkley

Throughout his NBA career, Charles Barkley was loud, brash, and unapologetic on the court. After he hung up his basketball jersey for good, Barkley became a sports commentator and has made a second career out of being just as loud, brash, and unapologetic. Last year, Barkley was in hot water for saying there were “big ol’ women” in San Antonio, a place where “Victoria is definitely a secret.” He also said the city was a “gold mine for Weight Watchers.” Barkley faced major backlash, but he dug in his heels and refused to apologize. “You all can write letters to your momma, your daddy, your uncle. I’m going to have fun on television,” Barkley said the following week. “You know that I’m joking around. But if y’all waiting on me to apologize, hell gonna freeze over.”

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