Skip Bayless, known for dishing out criticism professionally, found himself on the receiving end as Cam’ron and Mase delivered a barrage of mockery in a recent episode of It Is What It Is.
The duo’s disdain for Bayless was ignited by a segment on his show, Undisputed, where he touted his basketball accomplishments from his youth. Bayless claimed victories such as being named Athlete of the Year in eighth grade, securing MVP at a basketball camp, and leading his AAU team in scoring.
In response, Killa Cam and Mase seized the opportunity to playfully ridicule Bayless. Mase humorously remarked, “Skip, you be reaching so much, you gotta be fouled out by now,” while Cam added, “Skip was playing JV as a junior, that’s illegal bro.” Their jabs didn’t stop there.
Teasingly, Cam’ron suggested, “You were probably playing with no Black people in Oklahoma; it was probably segregated. You played in black and white.”
Adding to the banter, even O.J. Simpson chimed in to join the mockery. “Girls were playing in the eighth grade,” Simpson quipped. “I ain’t buying that.”
Given Bayless’s professional brand built on trolling, it’s safe to assume he’s developed a thick skin at this point in his career.