The NBA’s celebrity all star game saw Arcade Fire’s Win Butler push his political agenda during the postgame. It didn’t go as planned.

Let’s all stand and applaud reporter Sage Steele. During last night’s NBA celebrity all star game, Arcade Fire’s Win Butler thought it was okay to use a national stage to push his political agenda. Steele immediately shut him down once it was clear what his goal was.

Come on, man. The celebrity all star game is supposed to be a fun, light hearted, and family oriented event. You had to go out of your way to give your thoughts on healthcare, the election, and who knows what else, didn’t you?

There’s a time and a place to discuss politics, but the NBA all star stage isn’t one of them. Steele summed it up perfectly, “we’re talking about celebrity stuff, not politics.” If viewers wanted to watch a political show, FOX news, CNN, and other relevant networks are always available.


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Go back to Canada, dude.

3 COMMENTS

  1. He was in Canada when he spoke. A bit difficult to go back to where you already are. By the way, he is an American who moved to Canada. He knows the difference. You don’t seem to know much about the subject of your “article”.