I’m waiting for a celebrity — who is watching their entire career implode no matter what — to stand up and say, “Yup. I said it. I say it all the time. I don’t like ‘em. I don’t respect ‘em. What are you going to do about it? Arrest me?”
RE: Yup. I said it. I say it all the time. I dont like em. I dont respect em. What are you going to do about it? Arrest me?
NO, FIRE YOU ( and that’s what they did ).
I mean, Paula sucked up and apologized and they STILL canned her.
<Yup. I said it. I say it all the time. I dont like em. I dont respect em. What are you going to do about it? Arrest me?
LOL! I’m a middle-aged black female. When I read about the Paula Deen flap, I figured she’s older than I am, from the South, of course she’s said the ‘N’ word. Shoot, I say the ‘N’ word (and I don’t sing rap).
I go by the Chris Rock school of race relations, there are N...... and there are black people. Nobody likes ‘N’s.
I dislike Paula for reasons other than her use of the ‘N’ word, but as long as she’s not using it with employees, or letting it be said in the work place, than so what? I’m not going to ruin a woman’s life work because once upon a time she said a word that was quite common in her part of the world and is certainly common among blacks today. What a double standard!
I would like to know more about the lawsuit and the workplace environment before I call for Deen’s head.
I think that’s what Mel Gibson did.