Apr 27, 2014, 3:40 PM EDT
Sterling expresses to Stiviano that he doesn’t want her posting pictures on Instagram that show her associating with minority men — like Kemp and Dodgers part-owner Magic Johnson. You can read the transcript from Deadspin at this link.
Kemp was asked about Sterling’s purported comments before Sunday’s series finale against the Rockies at Dodger Stadium and summed up this controversy in one simple sentence …
Kemp: “Racism is kind of old.”
— Dylan Hernandez (@dylanohernandez) April 27, 2014
Sterling is old, and his opinions are old, and the world will be better off when he goes away.
Kemp, who likes to be active in Los Angeles, also said he’d find it “tough” to attend a future Clippers game.
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