Is she trying to hop on the CNN sinking ship? She definitely got the attitude for that kind of work environment.
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The real tragedy is the fact she was doing a piece on a COLLEGE FOOTBALL team – which is always in the American supportive spirit, and never seen as a field of competence more than a field of cooperation and brotherhood and patriotism. She tried very hard to spoil it for everyone…
After the end of the game, Georgia University Bulldogs fans were coming out and cheerfully celebrating the win of their favorites, when reporter Lyndsey Gough started acting “primadonna style”, probably annoyed by their cheers.
The cheerful behavior “shocked and offended” the smug reporter, who got really rude, ordering fans to “respect her space” and not come near her.
After the first guy touched me I started rolling… this isn't even all of it. So uncomfortable. Can we please respect people's space pic.twitter.com/1r0VQVoBoq
— Lyndsey Gough (@LGonTV) September 5, 2021
She’s the REPORTER that picked THAT PLACE to do the story and actually TO DO HER JOB!
And the people online didn’t enjoy her primadonna act as well.
Here are some of the comments made by people online.
“You can almost SEE the chip on her Shoulder”
“Uhm… no offense, but it’s the camera they’re interested in…. not you, dummy”
“GO DAWGS! Love the EXUBERANCE (can’t stand the “reporter”) No one “touched her”-one guy Bumped into her. She talks about “respect people’s space” yet sets up in a CROWDED CORRIDOR everyone has to move around HER. FAKE NEWS Covers the BIG GAME, can’t see the field, BURIED IN her PHONE”
“Get a new job. This one’s not for you.”
“I hate being around rowdy, drunk people. Therefore, I didn’t take a job that requires me to be around rowdy, drunk people.”
“Maybe you should get a job as a Zoom reporter!”
“Then work a different beat than a post-game stand-up in the middle of a drunken fan stampede. This is like getting your hurricane live shot and complaining about the wind and rain.”
“Lol. Grow up, child.”
“Omg so terrifying you were literally gang-raped are you okay?”
“Stands in a river and complains about getting wet.”
“Literally every reporter who has ever filmed at a sports stadium after a big win with drunk people walking out has had this experience”
“the guy at the beginning shouldn’t touch her, but this is what reporting live from a football game is. it’s not because she’s a woman. it’s drunk/hyped fans seeing a tv. women were doing it, too. I did sports reporting before politics and thought it was fun. I loved the energy.”
“Girl get in a different profession”
“Go home and stop covering sports ball then b**ch.”