American News Jun 16, 2021 2:45 PM EST

BREAKING: Barstool President Portnoy appears to offer job to NBA legend Charles Barkley

The offer comes after Barkley's announcement to depart from Inside The NBA.

BREAKING: Barstool President Portnoy appears to offer job to NBA legend Charles Barkley
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Barstool Sports president Dave Portnoy appears to have offered NBA legend and broadcaster Charles Barkley a job over Twitter, tagging the hall of famer in a tweet that suggests he'd pay Barkley $60 million.

The offer comes after Barkley's announcement to depart from Inside The NBA.

"Hey [Charles Barkley] I suddenly have 60 million laying around," said Pornoy, following a tweet that reads "I pledge that if Charles Barkley works for me he can call the women of San Antonio fat and gross as much as he wants."

Recently in an interview, Barkley said that "All we ever talk about behind the scenes now is, 'Yo man, be careful going in this direction.' We can't even have fun any more," Barkley said.

"A lot of our bosses are cowards," he added, mentioning an old iconic joke he makes about San Antonio women and how they should "ease up on them churros."

Portnoy would have no problem with that, he said in a tweet.

"They won't even let me talk about San Antonio any more! You know, when I'm always talking about them big ol' women down in San Antonio?" He said, referring to a city he played in where fans would notoriously taunt him.

Barkley told the radio hosts that he "didn't call anybody personally fat in San Antonio, I was just joking around. One lady wrote this article, you're gonna let one lady [cancel the joke]—we've been having fun with this for 10, 15 years."

No word yet from Barkley on if he's considering the offer.

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