Viggo Mortensen says the n phrase throughout Inexperienced Ebook Q&A

November 9, 2018

Viggo Mortensen says the n phrase throughout Inexperienced Ebook Q&A

Throughout a Q&A for Inexperienced Ebook, a film about classical pianist Don Shirley, who was black, and his white chauffeur touring the American deep south through the Jim Crow period Mortensen dropped the n phrase.

There is not any vid (but) however apparently after getting a query about race he stated “Nobody actually says n****r anymore”.

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Tommy Lee Claims He Spent $130,000 On His Son’s Rehab Whereas Getting In ANOTHER Phrase Throughout Heated Social Media Alternate!

June 19, 2018

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Tommy Lee continues to air out his household’s soiled laundry on social media — even after his son requires it to cease!

As we have reported, Brandon Lee pleaded with the 55-year-old musician to develop up and stop placing their enterprise on-line. This was all after a heated change on Father’s Day, the place Tommy referred to as out his son’s character in a publish, so Brandon posted a video of his father seemingly handed out after their altercation again in March.

Associated: Legal professional Drops Battery Costs Towards Tommy Lee’s Son

Pamela Anderson‘s ex clapped again once more on Monday claiming to have spent $ 130,000 on Brandon’s rehab, saying his son is definitely the one with a substance abuse downside. A+ parenting, as you may see.

Tommy posted on Twitter and Instagram:

Thus far no phrase from Brandon.

That is such a large number!

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Riz Ahmed Performs a Spoken Word Reflecting On Our World Today

August 15, 2017

He performed an old piece he wrote which seems to be very relevant today.

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Ice Cube Visits Bill Maher’s Show & Educates Him on the Use of the N Word

June 10, 2017

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Do I for one second believe anything that was said resonated with Bill? Nope.

The Word “Stan” has been added to the Oxford English Dictionary

June 1, 2017

"According to Oxford, “stan” can be both a verb and a noun and it denotes “an overzealous or obsessive fan of a particular celebrity.” The dictionary even cites Eminem’s song as the origin of the term."

In case you haven't heard the song here it is.

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ONTD, who do you stan?