For many of us, Simona Halep’s abrupt breast reduction was a sad, slightly strange tale. Why would a semi-accomplished yet obscure pro tennis player have her breasts reduced shortly after her career highlight? (Winning the Junior French Open.)
(Translation: The blacked out word starts with “T” and ends with “S”)
It now goes without saying that my post about Halep in April sped up the 17-year-old’s decision to have the surgery. But, from what I can tell, European entertainment and sports websites struck the decisive blow.
(One guess what “NEEEJ!” means)
I tried to be subtle in my initial admiration for Halep’s assets. But I can’t say the same for the headline writers at EKSTRA BLADET. Upon picking up my first post, the Danish entertainment site blared of Halep, “Sexkilling stormer frem i tennis” - which translates to, “Sexkilling storm up in tennis“.
The Danish site then tagged its story about her reduction with, “Neeej! Slut med kæmpe tennisbryster” - which translates to, “Noooo! Connect with huge t— tennis.” (I know, it could’ve been worse.)
Romania’s most visited sports site, PROSPORT.ro also reported extensively on her breast dilemma, even publishing this desperate plea:
And you probably saw the LONDON SUN’s treatment of the story, which including a skanky, fake-boobed *volleyball player* giving “advice” on playing sports with huge boobs.
(Shocking that the bolted-on hag’s advice didn’t move Simona)
I might add that the Sun never credited SbB in its coverage, despite the fact that Sun editors initially discovered Halep here. The Sun has also neglected to report on her reduction, because SbB has been the only source of her post-reduction photos so far - and they’re watermarked with our URL. (The same way mainstream media site TMZ does it, kiddos.) Read more…