Posted by , Sep 5, 2015 at 06:50pm
Post Malone apologizes for his use of the N-word in an old Vine video.

A few days ago, an old Vine resurfaced of Post Malone saying the N-word. Malone's poor word choice occurred while he and a friend, also white, were watching a video of cats playing around: "Yeah we watch 'Too Cute,' n*gga," said the "White Iverson" rapper. Though the situation sounds harmless, the clip circulated about a week after Malone's incredibly awkward Breakfast Club interview, during which Charlamagne asked the rapper about what he was doing for the Black Lives Matter movement -- and Malone didn't have much to say. 

Well, days after Malone earned himself the unfortunate headline, he went on DJ Drama's Gangsta Grillz radio to publicly apologize.

"It's unacceptable, you know. And I made a mistake...and I wanna apologize...And I guess that's really it, and I can't really say nothin,' you know. It was wrong of me." 

Malone definitely took the wise route by flat out apologizing, instead of, say, defending his word choice like Tom Hanks' rapping son.  

Post Malone Apologizes For Using The N-Word

Post Malone apologizes for his use of the N-word in an old Vine video.


A few days ago, an old Vine resurfaced of Post Malone saying the N-word. Malone's poor word choice occurred while he and a friend, also white, were watching a video of cats playing around: "Yeah we watch 'Too Cute,' n*gga," said the "White Iverson" rapper. Though the situation sounds harmless, the clip circulated about a week after Malone's incredibly awkward Breakfast Club interview, during which Charlamagne asked the rapper about what he was doing for the Black Lives Matter movement -- and Malone didn't have much to say. 

Well, days after Malone earned himself the unfortunate headline, he went on DJ Drama's Gangsta Grillz radio to publicly apologize.

"It's unacceptable, you know. And I made a mistake...and I wanna apologize...And I guess that's really it, and I can't really say nothin,' you know. It was wrong of me." 

Malone definitely took the wise route by flat out apologizing, instead of, say, defending his word choice like Tom Hanks' rapping son.  

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