ESPN personality Bomani Jones is never one to shy away from a controversial topic, and he invited the haters into his mentions Thursday morning by sporting a ” Johnny Bench Jersey Caucasians”shirt on “Mike & Mike.”Jones sat in forusual co-host Mike Golicand decided to make a statement on the recent news that the Indians were going away from using the Chief Wahoo mascotbut not completely getting rid of it. It’s a topic he discu sed on his radio show “The Right Time.”MORE: The history of racism behind Wahoo | A history of offensive mascotsBomani https://www.redsedges.com/cincinnati-reds/adam-duvall-jersey Jones rockin’ the Caucasians t-shirt on Mike & Mike. pic.twitter.com/a7KasCbTPd Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) April 7, 2016So why did he decide to wear it?”It was clean,” he told co-host Molly Qerim.In all seriousne s, he said, “The statement is obvious.” Using the term Indians and using the Chief Wahoo mascot are “based on stereotypes of the past,” according to Jones, who added, “there’s no defense for doing that.”He also said, plainly, he really likes the shirt. He believes the money sign (in place of the feather) was helpful becausethe only reason the Cleveland franchise won’t completely rid itself of Wahoo is because of, well, money.Jones took some time on Twitter to respond to criticizers, such as one user who asked what if co-host Mike Greenberg “wore an ‘African Americans’shirt on the air?” To which Jones responded https://www.redsedges.com/cincinnati-reds/pete-rose-jersey :or…indians? https://t.co/anat5DWOE3 El Flaco (@bomani_jones) April 7, 2016If you’re interested in purchasing the same shirt, you can by visiting Shelf Life Clothing.