Oprah Cries While Talking About Gayle Receiving Death Threats About Kobe!

Oprah Cries While Talking About Gayle Receiving Death Threats About Kobe!

Oprah Cries While Talking About Gayle Receiving Death Threats About Kobe!

"Gayle King, out of pocket for that sh*t", he fumed in a furious Instagram video, adding: "Why y'all attacking us?" She also revealed that Gayle had to hire security.

The case was dropped the following year after the accuser refused to testify.

She then filed a lawsuit against Bryant, which ended in a settlement, the Times reported.

"When I said what I said, I spoke for the people who felt like Gayle was very disrespectful towards Kobe Bryant and his family", Snoop Dogg said. "I was on the phone with her this morning", Oprah admitted.

King responded via Twitter on Thursday to address the reaction to a video clip from her wide-ranging "CBS This Morning" interview with Leslie that aired Tuesday. "It's jarring to me!" "That's simply not the individual that I do know".

"Some of you who don't have a heart wouldn't understand", he joked and finished the video. Simpson, a controversial figure himself, took aim at King for questioning Leslie about the 2003 criminal case against Kobe Bryant. "Is it complicated for you, as a woman, as a WNBA player?"

"It's not complicated for me at all", Leslie replied.

"I'm a non-violent person", Dogg said in his video. "That's just not the person that I know". "When you see it that way, it's very jarring. As his friend, you wouldn't see it".

King was taken to task on social media for bringing the topic up. It's like, if you had questions about it, you've had many years to ask him that. She says the clip was taken of context. Yeah. But anyway, I'm going to do what I got to keep doing. 'What the hell are you doing? "I talked to Lisa last night, I believe that Lisa was okay with the interview". I am much better educated than that.

"#IStandWithGayle CBS took an isolated section out of Gayle's wide-ranging interview with Lisa Leslie and posted it, out of context".

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What's interesting is that he claims he never threatened her - and only told her Kobe's fans were "watching" her - but his own words seem to contradict him here. "She is feeling very a lot attacked". "With everyone still grieving, and so to have an interview that was led in that direction, I think the timing was insensitive".

That's when King discloses what wasn't seen in the selected clip. "And we will - there will be a very intense discussion about that".

CBS later released a statement saying the clip "did not reflect the nature and tone" of the complete interview.

Bryant and eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, were flying via helicopter to Thousand Oaks, California, when it went down.

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