Caitlin Clark responded in the coolest way after Pat McAfee shockingly called her a “white b****.” – S

Caitlin Clark responded in the coolest way after Pat McAfee shockingly called her a “white b****.” Her composed and confident reaction has impressed many, turning a negative situation into a moment of poise and strength. Clark’s handling of the offensive remark has sparked widespread admiration and highlighted her grace under pressure. The incident has become a talking point, showcasing her ability to maintain dignity and composure in the face of disrespect.

Caitlin Clark and Pat McAfee (Photos via Getty Images)
Caitlin Clark has offered a reaction to being called a “White B-” by Pat McAfee, according to Pat Mcafee himself.

The ESPN show host crossed a line on Monday when he referred to Clark as the above while explaining the significant impact she’s had on the WNBA.

“There seems to be this notion that this whole evolution of success and popularity in the WNBA is because of this entire rookie class. I think there’s a chance Chennedy Carter thinks [Sky rookie forward] Angel Reese deserves all this credit. The media talks about how it’s the entire class,” he said on ‘The Pat McAfee Show.’

“I would like the media people that continue to say, ‘This rookie class, this rookie class, this rookie class.’ Nah, just call it for what it is — there’s one white B- for the Indiana team who is a superstar.”

The comment unsurprisingly drew rife backlash, with many calling for ESPN to suspend or fire the former NFL punter.

Pat McAfee has since apologized for his blunder, revealing he contacted Caitlin Clark through the Indiana Fever Fever’s PR department.

Obviously that’s a massive [expletive]-up on my end. I apologize for that. I did reach out to Caitlin Clark through the Fever (public relations), sent an apology and then got a message back that she said it was all good. No blood,” he noted.

“We move forward. And she appreciates us reaching out and apologizing. So that obviously makes me feel a little bit better. But to the people that got pissed off yesterday and offended, I understand. I learned a lot.”

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