Yikkkkkkes. TMZ has released yet another video of Justin Bieber using the n-word and it’s even worse than the first, which featured the then-15-year-old telling a racist joke. Above, Justin sings a parody of his song “One Less Lonely Girl,” replacing “girl” with “n****r” and crooning about joining the KKK. Meanwhile, the cameraperson, probably a goddamn adult, is overheard laughing. I wonder what Usher, who famously mentored the pop star and helped make him a household name, thinks about this? So disgusting. [TMZ] Keep reading »
Last night, Madonna posted the above photo to Instagram of 13-year-old son Rocco doing a little boxing. Her caption included the hashtag “#disnigga.” Nope, not cool, Madge. About 45 minutes later, she deleted the photo and reposted it, this time with the hashtag “#get off of my dick haters!” Yes, the many people who responded to Madonna’s original post and reminded her that it is NOT OKAY to use the n-word if you’re white, even if you dated Dennis Rodman, are just “haters.” Ugh, lady, you’re embarrassing yourself. In a statement to the Associated Press today, Madonna offered a contrite “Forgive me,” and, according to AP, said she’s not a racist, and that she did not mean to use the word as a slur but knows there is no way to defend its use. She said she used the word as a “term of endearment,” and that she’s sorry if it gave the wrong impression. [Defamer]
I am so so so stoked to have you guys watch the second episode of “I Always Wanted To Ask,” the video series we did in collaboration with the fantastic women of Madame Noire. The series features The Frisky staff answering the questions they always wanted to ask white women, and Madame Noire’s staff — Brande, Veronica and Victoria — answering the questions we always wanted to ask Black women. Our first episode focused on interracial dating, but this episode gets a little heavier: the women of Madame Noire wanted to know, “Why are some white people hell-bent on using the n-word?” Check out the episode above and please weigh in with your thoughts on the topic in the comments!
Jodie Foster’s mystifying speech wasn’t the only buzz-worthy Golden Globes moment. After winning best screenplay for “Django Unchained,” Quentin Tarantino discussed his frequent use of the n-word in the movie with reporters—and he went ahead and used the n-word while doing so. “If somebody is out there actually saying when it comes to the word [n-word], the fact that I was using it in the movie more than it was being used in the antebellum South in Mississippi, then feel free to make that case. But no one’s actually making that case,” Tarantino said. “They are saying I should lie, that I should whitewash, that I should massage, and I never do that when it comes to my characters.” Read more…