UPDATE: SuperSport Releases Media Statement and Apology About Viral Swearing Video

UPDATE: SuperSport Releases Media Statement and Apology About Viral Swearing Video

  • Broadcaster SuperSport has come out with a statement to explain a controversial video doing the rounds on social media
  • Guest Tshepang Mollison was seen and heard using a curse word to describe Cristiano Ronaldo in what appeared to be a live broadcast
  • But the statement has clarified that this was a recording of dress rehearsal before going on-air

There is an explanation for those who were stunned by a viral video showing a guest on air using foul language in describing Cristiano Ronaldo.

Tshepang Mollison described him in the most unsavoury of terms during what was believed to be a live broadcast.

However, SuperSport has released a media statement which read:

"SuperSport is aware of a SuperPicks video circulating on social media. This was a rehearsal that was not meant for broadcast. Despite this, we unreservedly apologise for the language used."

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Tshepang Mollison used colourful language during a discussion about Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Image source: @TwiggyMol & YouTube screenshot.
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Tshepang Mollison is not in anyone's good graces this morning.

The renowned influencer has caused ructions because of a video doing the rounds on social media.

During a purported broadcast on SuperSport, she used a terrible expletive in a discussion about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

It later turned out that this was a rehearsal that was shared online, to much controversy.

Club supports Fernandes over goal

The bad blood between Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo has continued, after the club's Twitter admin posted in support of Bruno Fernandes.

Debate rages on about who scored Portugal's first goal against Uruguay between Ronaldo and Fernandes, and the Red Devils have taken their player's side.

Sports Brief reported that the English club terminated CR7's contract after his explosive interview, during which he took shots at managers, owners and players.

Ronaldo texted Morgan about goal

Portugal's opening goal generated much controversy, about who should be awarded the credit between Ronaldo and Fernandes.

As reported by Sports Brief, Ronaldo appeared to get a touch from Fernandes' cross, but the goal was later awarded to the Manchester United midfielder.

Media personality and CR7 friend, Morgan revealed the star texted him, claiming he did get a touch of the ball as it went into the net.

Source: Sports Brief News