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N-Word For Everybody! Remy Ma Doesn’t Mind These White People Using The Racial Slur



Our title is a bit deceiving, but let’s clear that up. No, the n-word is not for everybody. But, apparently, Remy Ma thinks it could be — as long as they don’t mean it to be a racial slur.

The Bronx rapper made the startling revelation on this week’s episode of “State of the Culture.” While discussing Lil Xan (a 22 year-old rapper of Mexican heritage) and his use of the racial epithet, Remy stated she doesn’t get worked up when she hears non-Black people drop the n-bomb. “I don’t usually get offended, regardless of what your nationality is, if I don’t feel like your using it as a racial slur,” Ma shared while sitting next to co-hosts Joe Budden, Jinx, and Scottie Beam.

Well Remy, let’s challenge that thought process: Here a list of white people reveling in the world of n-word usage. Still ok?


In 2006, Madonna adopted a young Malawian boy named David Banda. A few years later, in 2009, she adopted Chifundo “Mercy” James, also from Malawi. And in 2014 she referred to her first born, non-Malawian son, Rocco (who was 14 at the time) as “#disnigga” on Instagram.

The outrage was swift and relentless. She later apologized.


Years ago, it seemed that Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce were inseparable friends. In addition, their hubbies, Chris Martin and Jay Z were buddies and music collaborators. They were married friends goals. That is until Paltrow got too comfortable and tried quoting a Jigga song on Twitter and got her a** handed to her. While watching Jay and Kanye West perform in Paris, Gwyneth tweeted:

Let’s just say it didn’t go over well.


In 2007, Paris Hilton was caught on camera with her sister Nicky dancing to Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize.” She then turned to the camera and stupidly stated, “We’re like two n****rs.”

Hilton’s publicist, Eliot Mintz, came to her defense. “Each of us has used words we have regretted later,” he said in a statement. “This was six years ago. She was 20 at the time. It was New Year’s Eve. She had been obviously drinking. She sincerely regrets using those words. She is not a racist or an anti-Semite.”


This may be the most egregious usage of all. Charlie Sheen, in his infinite wisdom, use the n-word to berate his non-Black ex-wife, Denise Richard, via voicemail. Sheen called her a “f***ing n****r.” Richard recorded it and leaked it.

Eventually he apologized. Not to Denise though, to his Black best friend. “I deeply apologize by my choice of words to all I have obviously offended; especially to Tony Todd, an African-American, who was my best man at my first two weddings,” he said in a statement.

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