Naomi Osaka tells Megyn Kelly to 'do better' after tweet over magazine covers

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NBC News 20 July, 2021 - 07:57am 4 views

By Tamar Lapin

July 19, 2021 | 4:10pm | Updated July 19, 2021 | 5:44pm

Naomi Osaka and Megyn Kelly had a Twitter volley worthy of a grand slam final on Monday — after the journalist called out the tennis pro for appearing on magazine covers like the 2021 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue despite saying she was taking a break from the spotlight.

The tiff started when the journalist jumped on criticism of Osaka gracing the front of mags after refusing to speak to media at the French Open and bowing out of the tournament in May, citing bouts with depression and social anxiety.

The former NBC News host responded to a tweet from conservative commentator Clay Travis that read: “Since saying she’s too introverted to talk to the media after tennis matches, Naomi Osaka has launched a reality show, a Barbie, and now is on the cover of the SI swimsuit issue.”

Kelly, also an ex-Fox News anchor, shared the tweet and added, “Let’s not forget the cover of (& interview in) Vogue Japan and Time Mag!”

The snipe caught the attention of Osaka, who replied by taking her own swipe at Kelly, saying that she shot the SI cover and others last year — before she decided to skip the annual clay-court tournament in Paris.

“Seeing as you’re a journalist I would’ve assumed you would take the time to research what the lead times are for magazines, if you did that you would’ve found out I shot all of my covers last year,” she wrote to Kelly on Twitter.

“Instead your first reaction is to hop on here and spew negativity, do better Megan.”

Osaka, 23, then apparently blocked Kelly on the social media app.

“Poor @naomiosaka blocked me while taking a shot at me (guess she’s only tough on the courts),” Kelly wrote in a tweet. “She is apparently arguing that she shot her many covers b/4 publicly claiming she was too socially anxious to deal w/press. Truth is she just doesn’t like Qs she can’t control. Admit it.”

Osaka is one of three cover stars of this year’s SI Swimsuit Issue, on sale July 22. She is the first black athlete to cover the iconic magazine issue. The two-time US Open champion also landed the cover of Vogue Japan’s August issue and graced the front of Vogue Hong Kong’s July 2021 digital issue.

She was on the cover of Time this month, writing an essay for the mag about her decision to withdraw from Roland Garros, after she was fined for refusing to take part in mandated news conferences in order to protect her mental health.

The athlete — who recently came out with a best-selling Barbie doll — addressed her mental health battles in her Netflix documentary “Naomi Osaka,” which premiered July 16.

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Tennis star Naomi Osaka debuts red braids on the court in Japan ahead of the Summer Olympics

Daily Mail 20 July, 2021 - 01:10pm

By Carly Stern For Dailymail.com

A month and a half after taking a break from tennis in the middle of the French Open, Naomi Osaka is back on the court refreshed, ready, and rocking a new 'do.

The 23-year-old is a favorite to take home gold at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, but before the games have even started, she's already making headlines with her court style.

Today, Naomi — who this morning was also revealed as one of three cover stars of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue — was photographed practicing at Ariake Tennis Center in Tokyo, where she wore a Nike warm-up outfit and a cascade of black and red braids.

Work it! A month and a half after taking a break from tennis in the middle of the French Open, Naomi Osaka is back on the court refreshed, ready, and rocking a new 'do

Lookin' good! Naomi, 23, was photographed practicing at Ariake Tennis Center in Tokyo on Monday, July 19

Hair fun: Naomi showed off long, thick braids that went down the length of her back

Eye-catching: The colors were a mix of her natural black hair and bright red, with a few strands of white and gold mixed in

Less than a week before the tennis tournament kicks off this Saturday, Naomi was getting in some last-minute practice Monday morning when fans first spotted her new look.

Naturally, she dressed in a full outfit by her sponsor, Nike, donning pieces from her own collection including a $40 unisex T-shirt with a red and orange camo pattern. 

She also wore black leggings, wristbands, and bright orange sneakers.

But it was the star's hair that was the most eye-catching, since it marked a big chance since the last time she appeared publicly, at the ESPYs on July 10.

In Japan, Naomi showed off long, thick braids that went down the length of her back. The colors were a mix of her natural black hair and bright red, with a few strands of white and gold mixed in.

Pushing them out of her face to practice, she kept them tied back with a trendy lilac scrunchie at the crown of her head, a simple black hair tie further down, and a black Nike visor.

Workout clothes: She dressed in a full outfit by her sponsor, Nike, donning pieces from her own collection including a $40 unisex T-shirt with a red and orange camo pattern

Out of her face: She kept her braids tied back with a trendy lilac scrunchie at the crown of her head, a simple black hair tie further down, and a black Nike visor

Fun to watch: Her braids had plenty of movement as she ran around the court

The whole look: She also wore black leggings, wristbands, and bright orange sneakers

Naomi also showed off her braids on the cover of Vogue Hong Kong this month, thought they were a uniform black color.

However, she was still showing off curly, natural hair when she posed for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, the photos from which were revealed online today.

She modeled a black one-piece with sheer panels for her cover shoot, striking a power pose that puts her athletic figure on full display.

While Naomi has her own cover, transgender model Leyna Bloom, 27, and rapper Megan Thee Stallion, 26, also have their own covers this year.

According to the magazine's editor-in-chief, MJ Day, the three women were chosen to show that 'beauty comes in many forms' and to 'solidify' Sports Illustrated Swimsuit's commitment to featuring more 'diversity' and 'inclusivity' in its pages. 

'If there’s one thing that our cover models have in common, it’s that they don’t have one thing in common,' MJ said in a statement. 'They look different, have different upbringings, have different passions and inspirations. But each is a reminder that beauty comes in many forms. 

Cover girl! She was still showing off curly, natural hair when she posed for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, the photos from which were revealed online today

Big deal: She modeled a black one-piece with sheer panels for her cover shoot, striking a power pose that puts her athletic figure on full display

'We celebrate Naomi for her passion, strength and power geared towards consistently breaking barriers when it comes to equality, social justice and mental health,' said MJ Day

Trio: While Naomi has her own cover, transgender model Leyna Bloom, 27, and rapper Megan Thee Stallion, 26, also have their own covers this year

'Leyna Bloom makes history as the first transgender cover model in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s history, and the first trans person of color to appear on our pages, solidifying the fact that the more diverse and inclusive a community, the stronger it becomes. 

'We celebrate Naomi for her passion, strength and power geared towards consistently breaking barriers when it comes to equality, social justice and mental health. 

'As for Megan Thee Stallion, she is a magnetic powerhouse taking the world by storm. Together these women represent three of the most powerful voices of today.'

Naomi is certainly making headlines this week, and will likely continue to do so as the games kick off this weekend.

The athlete —who was born in in Chūō-ku, Osaka to a Japanese mother and a Haitian father and was raised in the US — will compete for Japan, as she has done since she was a teenager.

'I've been playing under the Japan flag since I was 14. It was never even a secret that I'm going to play for Japan for the Olympics,' she says her Netflix docu-series, which premiered last week.

Naomi moved to New York from Japan at age three, but she has always chosen to represent Japan in any international competition, a decision that was made when she was still just a child. 

Tennis star: The 23-year-old, who was born in in Chūō-ku, Osaka to a Japanese mother and Haitian father but was raised in the US

'I don't choose America and suddenly people are like, "Your black card is revoked." And it's like, African American isn't the only black, you know?' she said  

'She was born in Osaka and was brought up in a household of Japanese and Haitian culture. Quite simply, Naomi and her sister Mari have always felt Japanese so that was our only rationale. 

'It was never a financially motivated decision nor were we ever swayed either way by any national federation,' she added.

Plus, Naomi is no longer an American citizen. She retained dual American and Japanese citizenship for her entire childhood, but Japanese law mandates that anyone with dual citizenship born after 1985 must choose one by their 22nd birthday. 

So ahead of turning 22 in 2019, Naomi publicly announced that she would be renouncing her US citizenship. 

'It is a special feeling to aim for the Olympics as a representative of Japan,' she told the Japanese broadcaster NHK. 'I think that playing with the pride of the country will make me feel more emotional.' 

Yet she says that some of her fans were angry with her decision to play for Japan this summer.

'I don't choose America and suddenly people are like, "Your black card is revoked." And it's like, African American isn't the only black, you know?' she said. 

'I don't know, I feel like people really don't know the difference between nationality and race because there's a lot of black people in Brazil, but they're Brazilian.' 

Her mother (left), said: 'We made the decision that Naomi would represent Japan at an early age... Naomi and her sister Mari have always felt Japanese so that was our only rationale

'I've been playing under the Japan flag since I was 14. It was never even a secret that I'm going to play for Japan for the Olympics,' Naomi said in her new docu-series 

Naomi also took the opportunity in her Netflix series to talk about her decision to withdraw from the French Open in May after refusing to take part in her press obligations, citing her struggles with depression and anxiety, which began after she beat Serena Williams in the US Open final in 2018.

Naomi won the match 6-2, 6-4, but her victory was overshadowed by the bitter controversy that erupted over Serena's on-court arguments with chair umpire Carlos Ramos of Portugal, who issued her with a string of fines.

As a result of the on-court drama, Naomi found herself thrust into the center of a media frenzy and she has remained very much in the spotlight ever since.

'I think the amount of attention I get is kind of ridiculous — no one prepares you for that. I always have this pressure to maintain this sweet-pea image, but now I don't care what anyone has to say,' she said.

In May, Naomi announced that she would not fulfill any media obligations at the French Open, releasing a statement on Twitter in which she cited her mental health as the reason for her decision not to speak to press. 

'I'm writing this to say I'm not going to do any press during Roland Garros,' she said. 'I've often felt that people have no regard for athletes mental health and this rings very true whenever I see a press conference or partake in one. 

'We're often sat there and asked questions that we've been asked multiple times before or asked questions that bring doubt into our minds and I'm just not going to subject myself to people that doubt me. 

'I've watched many clips of athletes breaking down after a loss in the press room and I know you have as well. I believe that whole situation is kicking a person while they're down and I don't understand the reasoning behind it.  

'Me not doing press is nothing personal to the tournament and a couple journalists have interviewed me since I was young so I have a friendly relationship with most of them. 

'However, if the organizations think that they can just keep saying "do press or you're gonna be fined", and continue to ignore the mental health of the athletes that are the centerpiece of their cooperation then I just gotta laugh. 

'Anyways, I hope the considerable amount that I get fined for this will go towards a mental health charity,' she concluded.

Naomi was, in fact, fined $15,000 by officials for refusing to appear in front of the media after her first-round match, with organizers saying she would face 'more substantial fines and future Grand Slam suspensions' if she continued her boycott.

Stepping back: Naomi first announced that she wouldn't do press at the French Open citing mental health concerns as the reason behind her decision

Penalty: Naomi was fined $15,000 by officials for refusing to appear in front of the media after her first-round match  (pictured May 30 after her win)

So on May 31, she announced that she was stepping away from the tournament entirely.  

'I'm gonna take some time away from the court now, but when the time is right I really want to work with the tour to discuss ways we can make things better for the players, press and fans,' she said.

Revealing her struggles with depression and anxiety, she said: 'I think now the best thing for the tournament, the other players and my well-being is that I withdraw so that everyone can get back to focusing on the tennis going on in Paris.'       

The star's sponsors, including Nike and Mastercard, backed her decision. Her multiple sponsors have helping her to rake in $55.2 million in the past 12 months. 

Only $5.2 million came from tennis winnings, while the rest came from endorsement deals with the likes of Nike, Beats by Dre, Mastercard, and Nissin. 

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Naomi Osaka fires back at Megyn Kelly for mocking recent magazine covers: 'Do better'

Yahoo Entertainment 20 July, 2021 - 01:10pm

The exchange started when Kelly weighed in on conservative commentator Clay Travis's tweet about Osaka's press blitz, nearly two months after the Grand Slam winner sparked controversy over her media blackout.

"Since saying she's too introverted to talk to the media after tennis matches, Naomi Osaka has launched a reality show, a Barbie, and now is on the cover of the SI swimsuit issue," Travis tweeted. 

Kelly replied, noting the 23-year-old's recent Vogue Japan and Time magazine covers.

"Seeing as you’re a journalist I would’ve assumed you would take the time to research what the lead times are for magazines, if you did that you would’ve found out I shot all of my covers last year. Instead your first reaction is to hop on here and spew negativity, do better Megan," Osaka fired back. (Yes, she misspelled Kelly's first name, to the delight of many on Twitter.)

Osaka ultimately deleted her tweet, but it was captured online.

"Poor @naomiosaka blocked me while taking a shot at me (guess she's only tough on the courts)," Kelly wrote. "Truth is she just doesn't like [questions] she can't control. Admit it."

The four-time Grand Slam champion announced she wouldn't speak with the press, just days before she was set to compete at the French Open. After facing backlash for her stance, she withdrew and revealed she's "suffered long bouts of depression" since the 2018 U.S. Open. Osaka then withdrew from Wimbledon to take "some personal time with friends and family" ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.

Osaka is the subject of a new Netflix docuseries, which dropped last week, and sheds light into the star's private world — and mind. In an Instagram post, she said she was "terrified" for its release and how it would be received.

"I hope there are pieces that people can relate to and maybe other pieces that would help people understand why I make the choices I make. If it doesn't that's cool too, it took me a while but I realize that I can't please everyone and I'm really not trying to. When I go to sleep at night I can only hope I am at peace with myself and I hope the same thing rings true for anyone reading this. I'm excited/nervous for you guys to see it and I hope you enjoy it lol," she wrote.

"I'm here to just invite you to think differently."

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Mean girl Megyn Kelly endears her fans by trying to shame Naomi Osaka | Boing Boing

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Naomi Osaka called out Megyn Kelly over criticism of the tennis star appearing on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. pic.twitter.com/esvaIiHLoL

Professional spite spewer Megyn Kelly knows which side her bread is buttered on – the white side. The bully's latest fan-pleasing tweet (she has 2.4 million followers on Twitter) accused tennis champ Naomi Osaka of faking her social anxiety because Osaka posed for two magazine covers.

When Osaka pointed out that she posed for the covers last year and then blocked Kelly, Kelly took it as another opportunity to grandstand in front of her proudly deplorable crowd:

Poor @naomiosaka blocked me while taking a shot at me (guess she's only tough on the courts). She is apparently arguing that she shot her many covers b/4 publicly claiming she was too socially anxious to deal w/press. Truth is she just doesn't like Qs she can't control. Admit it.

Poor @naomiosaka blocked me while taking a shot at me (guess she's only tough on the courts). She is apparently arguing that she shot her many covers b/4 publicly claiming she was too socially anxious to deal w/press. Truth is she just doesn't like Qs she can't control. Admit it. pic.twitter.com/izyRzOrUVm

Most of the replies to Kelly's tweet are coming from people who aren't fans of the haughty hater. This one sums up the sentiment:

You are attacking a young Black Asian tennis star less than half your age for clicks. What a pathetic way to try to claw your way out of your basement where you've been since you were fired from your last job for this kind of racism.

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The Morning Briefing: Good News—Megyn Kelly Is Kinda Fun Again

PJ Media 20 July, 2021 - 04:51am

We’ve been kind of buried lately under stories about critical race theory, vaccinations, and the Big Tech Soviet censors. Oh yeah. and the weekly “the alleged president of the United States can’t really speak English very well” lament. We could actually be doing that last one every day, but if we’re pointing that out all the time, Kamala Harris might end up as president one day. One of the few things that America can agree on is that nobody wants that.

No, seriously, Kamala Harris probably doesn’t even want Kamala Harris to be president.

We’re going to go with a much-needed change of pace today.

I remember way back when I was blogging just for the fun of it to hardly anyone, one of the highest-traffic posts I ever had was a video of Megyn Kelly going off on someone on Fox News. She was also always good for audience enthusiasm when I was doing Kruiser Control on PJTV.

Ms. Kelly went on to bigger and more biased things at NBC for a while and we know how that worked out. She’s been busy since then counting her buyout money — there was a lot of it — and we haven’t seen as much of her as I personally would like.

It looks like Smackdown Megyn is back.

Kelly reminded us over the weekend that Twitter could still be fun when she got into it with “1619 Project” commie Nikole Hannah-Jones, which Tyler wrote about:

On Friday, the Department of Education (DOE) dropped its support for The New York Times‘ “1619 Project” and the Smithsonian’s temporary endorsement of Marxist critical race theory (CRT) in a grant application invitation. Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly celebrated the move, but “1619 Project” founder Nikole Hannah-Jones attacked her for it. Kelly clapped back, excoriating Hannah-Jones for her lies and manipulation of history.

“This is great!” Megyn Kelly said of the DOE’s change. “The [people] pushed back against the feds rewarding schools that teach [“anti-racism” founder Ibram X.] Kendi & the 1619 project and it worked! Remember: the loudest voices on Twitter (which is far-Left)/the news (which is ‘woke’) do not represent the majority of Americans. Your voice matters.”

They kept going back and forth and the best dig that vaunted scholar Hannah-Jones could come up with was about a story Kelly did on FNC a decade ago.

Kelly had a busy weekend, also getting into it with tennis pro Naomi Osaka. Osaka has been getting a lot of publicity lately about her struggles with social anxiety. I don’t think it’s fun to make fun of people’s emotional frailties when they’re legit, but I think a lot of people might fake such things for the extra attention. Osaka might fit that description.

The New York Post:

The former NBC News host responded to a tweet from conservative commentator Clay Travis that read: “Since saying she’s too introverted to talk to the media after tennis matches, Naomi Osaka has launched a reality show, a Barbie, and now is on the cover of the SI swimsuit issue.”

Kelly, also an ex-Fox News anchor, shared the tweet and added, “Let’s not forget the cover of (& interview in) Vogue Japan and Time Mag!”

I have to admit that I am predisposed to being annoyed by young people who go into careers that will make them rich and famous who then complain about being rich and famous. Osaka is 23-years-old and is the highest-paid female athlete in history.

Osaka quit on this conversation too:

Poor @naomiosaka blocked me while taking a shot at me (guess she’s only tough on the courts). She is apparently arguing that she shot her many covers b/4 publicly claiming she was too socially anxious to deal w/press. Truth is she just doesn’t like Qs she can’t control. Admit it. pic.twitter.com/izyRzOrUVm

— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) July 19, 2021

It would appear that Megyn Kelly is in full-time throwdown mode again. It may not be the most pressing news in America, but it is a nice distraction.

I enjoyed this more than I should have.

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