Angel Reese addressed the taunt she made at the end of Sunday’s National Championship game. The taunt was aimed at Iowa’s Caitlin Clark.

LSU beat Iowa 102-85 to secure its first ever national title in women’s college basketball. Reese finished the game with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Some fans were not happy about Reese’s behavior at the end of the game. One reporter asked Reese about what it’s like to have so many people talking about women’s college basketball.

Reese stated that she was happy to have a part in growing the game.

“I’m happy. I mean, all year I was critiqued about who I was. Nobody — I don’t — the narrative, I don’t fit the narrative. I don’t fit in a box that y’all want me to be in. I’m too hood. I’m too ghetto. Y’all told me that all year.

“But when other people do it, y’all say nothing. So this was for the girls that look like me, that’s going to speak up on what they believe in. It’s unapologetically you. That’s what I did it for tonight. It was bigger than me tonight. It was bigger than me.

“Twitter is going to go on a rage every time, and I’m happy. I feel like I’ve helped grow women’s basketball this year. I’m super happy and excited. So I’m looking forward to celebrating in the next season.”