ESPN Presenter Embroiled In Fart-Gate, Denies Farting His Way Through NBA Playoff Piece

ESPN Presenter Embroiled In Fart-Gate, Denies Farting His Way Through NBA Playoff Piece
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In some serious news this morning, First Take host Max Kellerman has been caught red-handed farting his way through a debate on the ESPN morning show.

At some points, Kellerman tried to cover up the slip, while other times, acted like nothing was happening.

It appears he forgot there were microphones surrounding him, dropping a whole lot of hot air on live television.

A keen-eared viewer of the show realised what was happening and posted the video on Reddit with the caption: Max Kellerman tries to cover up a fart with an awkward cough.

The amusing video has since made its way into headlines around the world.

Funnily, it wasn’t the only time Kellerman let it rip.

While he was having a discussion with Stephen A. Smith about Kevin Durant’s ejection in game one of the playoff, according to viewers, Keller farted seven times.

When questioned by the New York Post, Kellerman denied it ever happened, saying: “Right before I got off the set I saw this, right before the last commercial break, and I tried to listen for it and I couldn’t hear it.

He added: “Even just now when you played it, I couldn’t hear it. But let’s say there was that noise, I don’t know who dealt it. It wasn’t me, that’s all I can tell you.”

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