1.85 m tall, Age 50, American Sports Television Personality Stephen A. Smith is Dating Anyone or Secretly Married; His Rumors and Affairs

September 20, 2018
First published on:July 7, 2018
by Jon Snow

Stephen A. Smith,  an American sports television personality, sports radio host, sports journalist, and actor currently works as a commentator on ESPN First Take alongside Max Kellerman and Molly Qerim. Famed for his career journey and controversial issues, 50-year-old Smith has raised the curiosity regarding his relationship and married life too.

 

The American TV personality has not officially disclosed his marriage, though he is not free from a rumored relationship after he postured a photo together with his alleged girlfriend. Let's know all about his marriage, affairs, and controversies in this section.

Is Stephen A. Smith Dating or Married?

Probably, many of us have witnessed the speaking skill of Stephen A. Smith and aware of his career journey, however, when it comes to his love life, Smith likes to keep it a secret. 

Even though Stephen A. Smith is rumored to be married, he has not opened up about his relationship, neither the question of Smith having children is answered.

Without a strong proof, Smith keeps himself in the list of Bachelors, however, an incomplete information may lead to a wrong assumption as he may be secretly married or divorced.

 

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Well, some sources claim that Smith is dating his girlfriend. Back in 2011, he was spotted with a lady friend at the 2nd annual Steve Harvey Foundation Gala at Cipriani, Wall Street in New York City. 

So, maybe Smith is on the way to the holy knot of marriage, or maybe the mysterious lady is a good friend of ESPN Take First commentator. Dilemma!

CAPTION: Stephen A. Smith and his alleged girlfriend SOURCE: Zimbio

The answer lies within the sealed lips of Stephen unlike his big mouth blast to create controversies. Hope the truth will be out soon.

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As for now, probably the mind has stuck on the controversial issue too caused by Smith. Let's know.

Stephen A. Smith's Big Mouth: Parent of Controversies

If you are well-known to Smith, then probably you might have known his confident but attention seeking comments, like as if Smith and controversies are 2 sides of a coin.

Back in 2016, Stephen Curry's wife Ayesha Curry made a Tweet to the critics on Curry's foul on Golden State’s loss to Cavaliers on NBA Finale, but Smith was not the one to keep quiet. So, he presented his mocking view on First Take as:

"If that was Savannah, LeBron’s wife. If that were Gloria, LeBron’s mother. What would we be saying?LeBron James has a mom and has a wife, has kids, great guy, and an even greater ambassador of the game of basketball than Steph Curry because he’s done it over the test of time. Wonderful, beautiful father. And I’ve got news for you: As beautiful as everyone wants to say Ayesha Curry is, and she is, Savannah is something special. I’m here to tell you something right now. Ain’t a man alive, particularly a black man, that’s going to look at LeBron James’s wife and not say that that woman ain’t gorgeous? She’s wonderful inside and out. She sits there, she doesn’t bring any attention to herself. She never tweets and goes out there and calls out the league and stuff like that. And nobody—nobody—is more scrutinized than her husband. But yet, she thinks about how she represents him, and as a result, she doesn’t do that.”

The issue then fired up, and Curry's wife made a Tweet about her comparison to LeBron James' wife Savannah, saying:

Well, the subject was cooled down later, with internal co-operation, however, it's not the first time for Smith to be in limelight with dirty comments.

Stephen A. Smith, on June 11, 2015, received criticism for a comment he made about female soccer players during the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

 While the German players were forming the wall turned their heads as the ball went by, and Smith joked that the players "might not have wanted to mess up their hair", and later after a talk with ESPN, he apologized in a series of tweets.

A mistake, and a bad impression goes on. 

Stay tuned for more!