Charles Barkley Criticizes ‘Politically Correct Bosses’ at TNT for Taking the Fun Out of “Inside the NBA” Because of ‘Cancel Culture’

In this May 2, 2015, file photo, Charles Barkley joins the crowd before the start of the world welterweight championship bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)

NBA Hall of Famer and TNT sports analyst Charles Barkley blasted his “bosses” at TNT, which includes CNN president Jeff Zucker, over cancel culture, telling 106.7 The Fan’s “Grant and Danny” show that “you can’t even have fun nowadays” when covering sports.

Barkley railed against “politically correct people” during the Monday radio appearance, blaming them for taking the fun out of his show, “Inside the NBA,” and vowed to leave TNT in a few years when he turns 60.

“You can’t even have fun nowadays without these jackasses trying to get you canceled and things like that,” Barkley said. “Just having fun, talking about sports. I’m trying to hang on for another couple years until I’m 60, and then they can kiss my ass. I’m only working until 60. I’ve already told them that.”

“We can’t even have fun anymore. We’ve had fun all these years, and now all of a sudden in the last year and a half, everybody’s trying to get everybody fired, and it really sucks,” he added.

Barkley said that he and his colleagues’ humor usually comes at a point in TNT’s basketball coverage that they’re trying to make a “crap game” more watchable.

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SOURCE: Fox News, Brandon Gillespie