Serena Williams may have apologized for her obscenity-laden tirade Saturday at the U.S. Open, but chances are it’s going to happen again because this diva isn’t going to change. “I am passionate about tennis, and I’m never going to stop being who I am,” the potty-mouthed pro proclaimed at an M2 party Tuesday night feting her cover for Hamptons mag. “I’m still gonna grunt, I’m still gonna argue, and there’s nothing wrong with that. There’s nothing wrong with being who you are and expressing who you are, but in the right way.” Judging by her now-infamous outburst against a line judge – in which she unleashed a tirade of profanity after being called on a foot fault – Williams isn’t the best loser. But as a woman who plays to win, Williams is indignant that she’s been attacked for living in the heat of the moment – and for doing, well, her job. “People have done and said way more than I did,” she argued. “I think it’s just [a big deal] because of who I am.” — NY Daily News .
I think she should change her testosterone levels..take em down a notch or two. -TO