Alabama mayor resigns after calling out Nick Saban, Crimson Tide for posting powerful video message
Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers no longer has a job after calling out Nick Saban and the Alabama football program on social media.
The Crimson Tide recently issued a video message of unity and positivity featuring Saban and several of his Alabama football players supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Chambers wasn’t having any of that though, which led the mayor of Carbon Hill to issue a few comments online including saying, “Nick Sabin and the Crimson Tide is done in my opinion.”
That was no typo, the mayor did not know how to spell Saban’s name.
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Here are a few screenshots of Chambers’ comments:
This is the Mayor of my home town. Lmao you can’t make this up😂🤦🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/DEP0jjtlUN
— Gerald Smith (@iAmLegend_25) June 27, 2020
Following those comments, Chambers resigned from his post on Saturday according to ESPN.com.
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