1. San Antonio Steve says:

    Hey Fat Chuck,how can u talk about San Antonio women,have u looked in the mirror lately. Your the one that got dropped from weight watchers because obviously u keep eating all the churros. I think u hate on San Anto because we never let u get a Ring. U should be fired, how can Donald Sterling get his team taken away because of what he said in his own house but a black man can say whatever he wants on television. #FireFatChuck

  2. mona says:

    Please stop your insulting jokes about the women of San Antonio. I find it very offensive and irrelevant to the conversation. I know you’re trying to be funny but this joke is old and frankly, it’s mean. I don’t want an apology. I just want you to stop. Thank you.

  3. Gwyn McCoy says:

    You can be nice to the Thunder! They are a better team than the clippers. Just be fair, don’t run a team down because you don’t like them.

  4. tracey says:

    Dear Chuck,
    Being overweight is a serious thing, after all, you have been on the lose weight ban wagon. Lay off the “fat jokes” it not becoming of you. And although they are just jokes, its hurtul! I was once a “big girl” weighing over 260 pounds, I weighed myself this morning and I have reached my goal weight 175 pounds. Its a big accomplishment for me.
    By the way I am from Georgia!

  5. Dustin says:

    Hey Charles..I can’t help but agree with you about San Antonio. They are the third ranked obese city in the U.S…Those damn churros.

  6. Robert says:

    On the eve of all the events happening with Clippers owner making racial remarks you tip toe on the same line making remarks on women in San Antonio yet again. I know you kept say your not a role model back in the day and you continue to show it. You are there to make your comments on the game of basketball not judge people on there appearance.
    Hope for your sake you see the light in your childish ways and grow up. Do what’s right and apologize, then step away for this career as you demonstrate it is not clearly for you.
    Thank you

  7. yvonne says:

    If Barkley were white or Hispanic and made those comments about, New Orleans women, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would be demanding he be fired. His comments, while offensive but generally true were obviously aimed at Hispanic women. Where is the Hispanic advocate/crusader that comes a calling when Hispanics are disrespected or marginalized? Where’s the Hispanic Jesse Jackson? Julian Castro’s nerdy little “we’ve got rings how bout you…” video isn’t exactly earth shattering. COME ON HISPANICS. THE BLACKS GET THINGS DONE THROUGH OVERSENSITVITY, AN UNDYING SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT AND ACTION. TO HELL WITH BARKLEY. HE SHOULDN’T GET A PASS BECAUSE HE’S BLACK!!

  8. yvonne says:

    Barkley’s problem is that he wants to waddle in the San Antonio Creek as he calls it. San Antonio doesn’t allow humans to swim in the river nor hogs to wallow in the creek. Maybe next time he visits San Antonio, some pig farmer will allow him to go waddle with the hogs on a nearby farm.

  9. tavy chapo guzman says:

    Way don’t you fired Barkley from tnt he is the mos sarcastic person ever

  10. Natalie says:

    I am very offended by the comments you made, yes you are on tv and are there to entertain but as to generalize and speak so badly about women in a city is absurd. You are completely fat yourself and shouldn’t be the one speaking about “FAT” women. Do you need a mirror? I don’t I’m not fat but do feel for the rest of the women who live in SA

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