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Kim Mulkey Is Scared Sh*tless of the Upcoming Washington Post Article

Kim Mulkey Is so Terrified of What the Article Will Say That She’s Threatening to Sue the Washington Post

Kim Mulkey Is Scared Sh*tless of the Upcoming Washington Post Article
Head coach Kim Mulkey of the LSU Lady Tigers | Eakin Howard/Getty Images/AFP

Miss Sparkles Is in Trouble

I’ve hired the best defamation law firm in the country and I will sue The Washington Post. – Kim Mulkey

In NCAAW news, LSU women’s basketball coach, Kim Mulkey, is telling everyone who will listen to ignore what she describes in an upcoming article as being a hit piece on her by the Washington Post. However, it appears to be having the opposite effect and now all eyes are on the Post to publish what many believe will be a salacious story on the legendary coach.

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All the News That’s Fit to Print

Ah, where do I begin? Well, let me just say that the only person involved in women’s basketball that I could recognize on the street is Caitlin Clark and coach Kim Mulkey. Anyone whose wardrobe is ripped from the catalog of Queen of Sparkles is just fine by me. The flashier, the better, as long as I’m not wearing the damn thing.

 

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Say what you want but I’m a fan of Kim Mulkey. At 61 she’s a bit past the MILF stage but she was a hot little number in her prime. And by little, I mean 5’4” which, again, is right in my wheelhouse as I have a peculiar proclivity for the shawties…. the literal shorties.

Mulkey has had her share of controversies, but then again, nowadays everything’s a damn controversy. Nothing that made too many ripples though, just a little difference of opinion with the uber-opinionated Brittney Griner and a few other minor kerfuffles. Not bad for someone who’s dealt with hordes of media and thousands of kids over the course of her career.

But now something wicked this way comes and it sounds like a storm’s a-brewin’ my friends. Apparently, Mulkey got word that the Washington Post is coming out with an unflattering story and instead of quietly operating behind the scenes, lining up her legal guns, she’s telling everyone to avert their eyes!


That’s like being asked to think of anything but a pink elephant. What’s the first thing you think of? A pink elephant, of course! And what’s the first thing you’re going to read when the story on Mulkey is published? The Post, of course!

 

Mulkey Sure Looks Guilty

Look, there’s an old saying, “Show me the man and I’ll find you a crime.” The fact is we’ve all got skeletons in our closet, and although some of us need to rent storage units for the excess, I have my suspicions on how this piece will unfold. If sex is the focus, well, call me Nostradamus.

Mulkey is currently immersed in guiding her LSU women’s basketball team through the NCAA tournament. They are the defending champions and have advanced to the Sweet 16 as of this writing. Women’s March Madness is all she should be focused on but she spent four minutes talking about a yet-to-be-released story from the Washington Post that she doesn’t want anyone to read. Did anyone advise this woman that giving the enemy a national platform probably isn’t the best idea? Here are a couple of little gems from that rant.

“Former players have told me that The Washington Post has contacted them and offered to let them be anonymous in a story if they’ll say negative things about me. The Washington Post has called former disgruntled players to get negative quotes to include in their story. They’re ignoring the 40-plus years of positive stories that they have heard from people about me.”

“I’ve hired the best defamation law firm in the country and I will sue The Washington Post if they publish a false story about me. Not many people are in a position to hold these kinds of journalists accountable, but I am, and I’ll do it.”


It’s highly doubtful the Post is going to pull the story. This is their business and they’ve been in the game long enough to vet their sources and make sure they’re credible. They don’t always succeed but you better believe they’ve triple-checked everything knowing Little Miss Sparkles is goin’ huntin’ for bear.

I’ll leave you with this. A guy installed tile for 35 years and never once did anyone call him a tile guy. But he gives one blowjob and all of a sudden everyone’s calling him a c*cksucker.

It’s the same way with Kim Mulkey. All she wants to be known as is a damn good basketball coach and nothing else. But after this story breaks, she may be thought of in a way she never intended or wanted. Just what we need, another hero to tear down. Have at it, folks. Stay strong, and keep shining Miss Sparkles.

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