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Jay Williams GRILLS Stephen A. Smith For Not Having The Same Energy With Aaron Rodgers - Who LIED About Being Vaxxed - That He Had For Kyrie Irving

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ESPN analyst Jay Williams had some words for fellow sports analyst Stephen A. Smith, asking him why he didn't have the same energy towards Aaron Rodgers - who lied about being COVID-19 vaccinated - as he had with Kyrie Irving, who has been transparent about his vaccination status. Watch the buzzy clip inside...

KEEP. THAT. SAME. ENERGY.

Jay Williams - former NBA player-turned-ESPN analyst - peeped how fellow sports analyst Stephen A. Smith drastically changed up his tune about professional athletes being vaccinated. And he called him out on it on national television.

For weeks now, "First Take" co-host Stephen A. Smith has been going off about NBA baller Kyrie Irving refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine, calling the situation “some of the stupidest nonsense” he’s ever seen, and blasted Kyrie.

He made some fair points, citing Kyrie having a pattern of using excuses to plat when e wants and to appear "smarter" than everyone else with an air of arrogance. But still, it's Kyrie's choice to miss games and money just as it was the Nets' choice to enforce the state mandate.

Peep him going off just a few weeks ago:

Now that we've learned NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers has tested positive for COVID-19 and he's unvaccinated while not having at least abided by mask or social distancing rules, it seems Stephen's energy has shifted. According to ESPN, "The NFL has considered Rodgers as unvaccinated since the start of the season."

In August, the Green Bay Packers QB said he was "immunized" when asked if he had been vaccinated, leaving people to believe he did, in fact, get the COVID-19 vaccine. That wasn't the case. Not only that, Aaron Rodgers attended team meetings and practices without wearing a mask and he also was partying it up at the Packers' Halloween bash last weekend maskless.

When "First Take" began this morning to talk about Aaron Rodgers' COVID drama, Stephen A. Smith called Aaron Rodgers a liar, but his tone was drastically different than when he was discussing Kyrie not getting vaccinated. So, Jay Williams called him out on it.

Check it:

In his rebuttal, Stephen A. Smith argued his energy levels were based on how the two discussions were presented to him. He claims his energy was high while discussing Kyrie because he was in the middle of a debate and that's why Aaron Rodgers didn't receive that same energy. Hmph. Peep the rest below:

Fans reacted to what they believe are double standards in Stephen A. Smith's reporting:

 

Thoughts?

Speaking of Kyrie and vaccinations....

Actor/Comedian Chris Rock hit the stage in NYC - where guests have to be vaccinated to attend events - to clown Kyrie Irving and anti-vaxxers.

Before introducing The Strokes to perform at Brooklyn Steel last night, the famed comedian cracked a few COVID jokes and slammed Kyrie for refusing to get vaccinated.To be fair, anti-vaxxers have also been vocal in belittling and criticizing those who chose to listen to science, calling them "brainwashed"..

"I haven't seen any shows since COVID," the Brooklyn native said to the crowd. "Has anybody been like 'Throw your masks in the air and wave 'em like you just don't care?' Where my anti-vaxxers at?," he asked the crowd.

A few folks yelled out.

He responded, "You f*cking dumb Kyrie m*thafuckas."

Then, he continued with a punchline joke about Johnson & Johnson's vaccine being the "food stamp" of vaccine brands. Peep the clips above and below:

Oop.

Photos: Instagram

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