He’s never at a loss when it comes to being a poor sport.
Noose hoaxer Bubba Wallace, the Jussie Smollet of NASCAR, who isn’t exactly known for his stellar driving skills, was asked about being knocked out of the All-Star race qualifier when Michael McDowell’s car tapped Wallace’s car, sending him spinning out of contention.
Wallace, who is well-known for his poor sportsmanship, left his smashed-up bumper in front of McDowell’s garage.
To his credit, NASCAR driver Michael McDowell is capitalizing on Wallace’s petulant act and is auctioning off his bumper off for charity.
Instead of handling his loss with grace and dignity, Wallace used his post-race interview to attack the Christianity of McDowell. When Fox News asked Wallace about the race, he responded, by first apologizing for his messy hair, then launching into an attack on his fellow NASCAR driver, “People say one of the nicest guys in the garage,” he said, adding, “Can’t wait for the God-fearing text he’s gonna send me about preaching and praise and respect.” The noose hoaxer shook his head and continued to attack McDowell’s character, “What a joke this guy is!”
Black conservative Wayne Dupree has this to say about Wallace:
Noose hoax aside, Bubba Wallace is one of the most unlikeable sports figures in sports.
He’s arrogant, entitled, narcissistic, and the epitome of a poor sport.