Here we go. Yet another white guy is caught using the n-word, then goes on TV crying and tearing up, saying that he didn't mean it and that he thought he was able to use it because he thought he was cool with black people like that.
Give me a damn break.
In case you didn't hear, Duane Chapman, who has a bounty hunter show on A&E, was talking to his son on the phone He son has a black girlfriend. He basically told her: Break up with that black bitch or else (my interpretation). He then used the n-word several times.
I'm not sure how, but the conversation ended up on the Internet, and then all hell broke loose. Soon, A&E suspended his show, and you know that THAT means: It means he's about to lose money and it's time for him to act like he's sorry for what he said.
He went on Fox News - FOX! - and was all teary and apologetic. He then, according to the Associated Press, made the following statements:
"I thought that I was cool enough in the black world to be able to use that word as a brother to a brother," he said. "I'm not. I didn't know really know until three or four days ago what that meant to black people."
"I now learned I'm not black at all," Chapman said. "And I never did it out of hate."First of all, who in the "black world" he was hanging out with that supposedly allowed him to use the n-word?
Secondly, he is just now realizing that he's not "black"?
Also, why did he go on Fox news, of all networks? And why should be believe anything anyone on Fox news has to say? Knowing Fox, they put him on there for reasons of propaganda, to show that Chapman was a victim of a supposedly politically correct society that, for some strange reason, they argue, won't allow EVERYONE to use racial slurs.
I call BS. I'm tired of white people thinking that they can use racial slurs, even IF they hear people of other races using them.