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Stephen A. Smith Gives Molly Qerim Gift, Leaves Her Speechless

Stephen A. Smith Gives Molly Qerim Gift, Leaves Her Speechless

Stephen A. Smith gave Molly Qerim a gift this week that left her speechless.

It goes without saying that ESPN’s ‘First Take’ is a huge hit within the sports media world. A big reason why is the unique dynamic regularly on display between Smith and Qerim.

The pair has gone viral in recent weeks for everything ranging from Qerim’s provocative photos in bed wearing a bathrobe to her not showing up to work the next day after he made her visibly uncomfortable to the pair’s intimate video that sparked dating rumors.

This week proved to be no exception.

Ahead of the National Championship Game between Michigan and Washington, Smith gave Qerim a gift that left her speechless:


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Fans immediately flocked to Qerim’s social media page to react:

“Molly is so gorgeous,” one person wrote.

“He is trying his best to get her,” another fan chimed in.

“Cooked. He cooked her,” a third person added.

Again, Smith and Qerim are no strangers to making headlines. The pair has blown up online recent days for everything ranging from her racy outfit choices to her cursing him out on air to him watching her handsy encounter with Deion Sanders.

This week’s college football title game produced viral stories involving a Michigan cheerleader’s private photos leaking out, Michael Penix Jr.’s girlfriend’s wild pictures setting the internet ablaze and J.J. McCarthy getting really intimate with his girlfriend. Yet, despite all that – Smith and Qerim somehow found a way to steal the show.

Their star power is simply unmatched.

By any objective measure, 2023 was a great year for all parties involved.

Nine days into 2024, it is increasingly looking like Smith, Qerim and the entire ‘First Take’ family is headed for another big year.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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