City Girls’ JT is randomly interviewed by the Phoenix News Station

Today (September 14), fans of City Girls JT rapper are scratching their heads trying to figure out how she ended up being interviewed by a random local news station. A clip has surfaced online of JT on a public street speaking with KTVK 3TV in Phoenix.

The rap star was pretty incognito, sporting a hat and sunglasses, leaving fans wondering if it was really her. JT confirmed the suspicions with a tweet. “Always wanted a ranting news clip,” she wrote with a laughing emoji yesterday (September 13). JT spoke with Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver’s outlet. The 60-year-old white man was suspended and fined $10 million yesterday for using the N-word at least five times while employed by the NBA.

During the interview, JT said, “I think he should be suspended forever. You don’t do that. She added that Sarver’s one-year suspension is ‘so short’, before the media continues to interview other people who were on the move.

Fans responded to JT’s confirmation with surprise. “This is the fact [that] looks like you care so much about you too,” one person tweeted with a crying emoji. Another wrote: “I think you walked past or something. Nah baby, you’re front and center. Others wondered how the situation arose: “Can you please explain to us the events that led you to come out on the streets? [and] in Arizona? »

Although JT didn’t mention why she was “giving the occasional civilian,” as one person on Twitter put it, sources say she was in town for a concert. Another fan added, “JT you’re really upset about this,” along with a series of laughing emojis. The rapper replied, “[For real], BLM. Don’t play.

New York-based law firm Wachtell Lipton accused Sarver of engaging in “conduct that clearly violated common workplace standards, as evidenced by team and company rules and policies.” league”. He responded with a statement that read in part, “While I disagree with some of the details of the NBA report, I would like to apologize for my words and actions that have offended our employees.”

He added: “I accept the consequences of the NBA’s decision. This moment is an opportunity for me to demonstrate an ability to learn and grow as we continue to build a work culture where every employee feels comfortable and valued.