Nicki Minaj Reacts To Sha'Carri Richardson Loss To Jamaicans In Return To Track After Marijuana Scandal

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Nicki Minaj took some time to congratulate the Jamaican female sprinters, who dominated the 2021 Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon.

Elaine Thompson-Herah came in first in the hundred-meter, with a lightning-fast time of 10.54 seconds. Fellow Jamaicans Shelly-Ann Frazier-Pryce (10.73), and Shericka Jackson (10.5) landed in third place.

Sha’Carri Richardson, who ran her first competitive race since being booted from the Tokyo Olympics for testing positive for marijuana, finished last.

Sha’Carri ran an abysmal 11.14, prompting a bit of shade from Nicki on her Instagram account.

In one post Nicki wrote “Yasssss Goodie!!!!!,” And a follow-up post featured nothing but the broom emoji.

Sha’Carri and Nicki have had back and forths in the past. In old tweets, Sha’Carri claimed Nicki was annoying in her role as “Draya” in “Barbershop 3.”

The loss seemed to have rankled Sha’Carri, who gave a rather bitter post-race interview with NBC.

“This is one race, I’m not done. You know what I’m capable of. Count me out if you want to,” Richardson snapped. “Talk all the s### you want. Because I’m here to stay. I’m not done. I’m the sixth fastest woman in this game ever and can’t nobody ever take that from me.”

Social media had a field day with the loss, as the words “DEAD LAST” and #ShaCant trended, along with comments clowning Richardson for her on sportsmanlike comments from the American sprinter after her loss.

To be fair, Sha’Carri did apologize for swearing in the heat of passion.

“After the race, I was in the heat of passion and I apologize for my language, but I’m a warrior. My passion will always come out for my love for what it is that I put my blood sweat tears and sacrifice into,” Sha’Carri Richardson added. “This last month, I’ll say journey for me, and but that’s no excuse because at the end of the day I’m an athlete. Today was one day, but it’s not every day, it’s not the end of the world and like I say if you choose to count me out, jokes on you.”

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Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson finishes last in 100 meters in return from substance ban

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Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson's return to the track after not being allowed to compete at the Tokyo Olympics did not go as she had hoped, but she stressed that she's "not done."

Richardson finished last in a field of nine runners in the 100 meters and withdrew from the 200 meters at the Prefontaine Classic on Saturday in Eugene, Oregon. Her time of 11.14 seconds in the 100 was well behind winner Elaine Thompson-Herah, the Olympic gold medalist from Jamaica who clocked 10.54 seconds for the second-fastest women's time in history.

"Count me out if you want to. Talk all the s--- you want, 'cause I'm here to stay. I'm not done. I'm the sixth-fastest woman in this game, ever. And can't nobody ever take that from me. Congratulations to the winners. Congratulations to the people that won, but they're not done seeing me yet. Period."

The Diamond League race at Hayward Field was heralded as Richardson's return to the sport, as well as a showdown against the Jamaicans that many had hoped to see in Japan.

The 21-year-old Richardson accepted a 30-day ban after testing positive for a chemical found in marijuana after her victory in the 100-meter finals at the Olympic trials on June 19. Her title was stripped and she was left off the roster for the Tokyo Games by USA Track & Field.

After she received the ban, Richardson said the stress of her biological mother's death combined with the pressure of preparing for the Olympic trials led her to use the drug.

"This last month was a journey for me, but that's no excuse, because at the end of the day I'm an athlete," Richardson told reporters. "Today was a day, but it's not every day. It's not the end of the world. And like I say, if you count me out, jokes on you.''

Thompson-Hera on Saturday bested her Olympic gold-medal winning time in the 100 with the fastest time in the world this year. The finish was second all-time only to Florence Griffith Joyner's record of 10.49 seconds set in 1988.

"I'm a little bit surprised because I've not run that fast in five years and I actually ran fast at the championships," Thompson-Herah said. "But to come back here after two weeks to run another personal best is a really amazing."

In a repeat of the medal stand from the Tokyo Games, fellow Jamaicans Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Shericka Jackson finished second and third, respectively.

Richardson was scheduled to run in the 200-meter final but opted to withdraw from that race before the 100 meters, meet officials confirmed. The 200 was won by Mujinga Kambundji of Switzerland.

Allyson Felix, who became the United States' most decorated Olympian this summer in Japan, finished at the back of the field in the 200 but was treated to a warm reception by the crowd.

"That's really the reason that I came, just to say 'thank you' and gratitude," Felix said. "There was so much love leading up to the trials, and it was so intense, and to come back off that here, I just wanted to show my appreciation."

Nicki Minaj Reacts To Sha'Carri Richardson Loss To Jamaicans In Return To Track After Marijuana Scandal

Fox News 22 August, 2021 - 12:18pm

Nicki Minaj took some time to congratulate the Jamaican female sprinters, who dominated the 2021 Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon.

Elaine Thompson-Herah came in first in the hundred-meter, with a lightning-fast time of 10.54 seconds. Fellow Jamaicans Shelly-Ann Frazier-Pryce (10.73), and Shericka Jackson (10.5) landed in third place.

Sha’Carri Richardson, who ran her first competitive race since being booted from the Tokyo Olympics for testing positive for marijuana, finished last.

Sha’Carri ran an abysmal 11.14, prompting a bit of shade from Nicki on her Instagram account.

In one post Nicki wrote “Yasssss Goodie!!!!!,” And a follow-up post featured nothing but the broom emoji.

Sha’Carri and Nicki have had back and forths in the past. In old tweets, Sha’Carri claimed Nicki was annoying in her role as “Draya” in “Barbershop 3.”

The loss seemed to have rankled Sha’Carri, who gave a rather bitter post-race interview with NBC.

“This is one race, I’m not done. You know what I’m capable of. Count me out if you want to,” Richardson snapped. “Talk all the s### you want. Because I’m here to stay. I’m not done. I’m the sixth fastest woman in this game ever and can’t nobody ever take that from me.”

Social media had a field day with the loss, as the words “DEAD LAST” and #ShaCant trended, along with comments clowning Richardson for her on sportsmanlike comments from the American sprinter after her loss.

To be fair, Sha’Carri did apologize for swearing in the heat of passion.

“After the race, I was in the heat of passion and I apologize for my language, but I’m a warrior. My passion will always come out for my love for what it is that I put my blood sweat tears and sacrifice into,” Sha’Carri Richardson added. “This last month, I’ll say journey for me, and but that’s no excuse because at the end of the day I’m an athlete. Today was one day, but it’s not every day, it’s not the end of the world and like I say if you choose to count me out, jokes on you.”

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