Andy Cohen Has a Few Choice Words for Stan Kroenke



At least one celeb has our back.

Andy Cohen, the St. Louis native turned Bravo exec, has been outspoken of his disdain for Rams' owner Stan Kroenke in the past. But Cohen took it to an awesome new level last night, blasting Kroenke on his show Watch What Happens Live as the "Jackhole of the Day."

Cohen noted that the Wall Street Journal had recently named St. Louis the No. 1 sports town in America — but that wasn't enough for Kroenke,
the "greedy owner of the St. Louis Rams."

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Kroenke, after all, had called St. Louis "struggling," Cohen noted. And that's even after the city offered to build him a $1.1 billion stadium.

Said Cohen, "I can forgive the hairpiece that makes Donald Trump's look normal, but I can't forgive this."

He continued, "Hey Kroenke, as a proud St. Louisan, I want to give you something on behalf of my hometown." Then he flipped him a double bird. Huzzah! 

Watch the whole thing below:

Interestingly, the Post-Dispatch Weatherbird appeared to approve of Cohen's hometown ferocity — only to later delete a tweet suggesting as much.

Really, we can't blame the Weatherbird for any post-tweet remorse — we know it can't be easy working for a bunch of humorless newspaper execs in Iowa. But if there ever was a time that a bird could approve of a double bird, it seems like last night should have been it!

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