Everything was cool until the world realized she simply could not handle Butler's pro-Canada commentary like an adult. "It's an election year in the U.S.," Butler began. "The U.S. has a lot they can learn from Canada, health care, taking care of people."
Immediatly, Steele pulled the microphone away, informing Butler that "we're talking about celebrity stuff, not politics." No one was impressed was the live on-air shut down.
How bout Win Butler getting cut off for speaking truth? pic.twitter.com/0XoxZSWCPL
— Justin W (@IamJayDubs) February 13, 2016
— Nawal Atallah (@PaliNawali) February 13, 2016
— Edward Cameron (@EdwardJCameron) February 13, 2016
Major respect for Win Butler speaking out about the election & health care after winning MVP for NBA celeb game! Let him speak #NBAAllStarTO
— Jenius (@PersianCeltic) February 13, 2016
Better luck next time, Steele.