“If you’re offended get [the f*ck] out,” the comedian reportedly said to upset patrons.
The rapper believes that as long there isn’t any ill-intent, she’s okay with it.
A Wu-Tang Clan fan was fired £500 for “severely” shocking a woman after saying the n-word while rapping “Protect Ya Neck.”
Gina Huynh defended herself on Instagram after facing backlash for her N-word usage on a new song.
While testing out his stand-up, Gibbs cracked jokes about Rogan’s recent comments about a Black neighborhood being “Planet of the Apes.”
While some rappers take issue with their non-Black fans singing along and saying the word, Boosie says they aren’t being offensive with the hard “er.”
Both Joes are in hot water now.
“You can call the community of Black people ‘n*ggas’ as long as you send them a check,” said the Rap icon.
“Joe Rogan is an interesting and popular guy,” the statement from the disgraced politician begins.
Arie told Don Lemon she thinks that Rogan is “insensitive,” but not racist.