miércoles, 5 de noviembre de 2008

The 10 Most Offensive Celebrity Racist Rants

Looking to ruin your career? Follow the misguided example of these 10 loose-lipped celebs.

10. Shaquille O’Neal – “Ching chong!”

In 2002, Shaq-Fu said, “Tell Yao Ming, ‘Ching-chong-yang-wah-ah-soh.’” Rough translation: “I’m insecure because you’ll be the center of attention in five years.”

9. John Wayne – “I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility.”

The Duke dropped this bomb in a 1971 interview with Playboy. Shocking considering that manifest destiny was a plot point in half of his films.

8. Ice Cube – “Stringy hair / no derrier / frontin’ and fakin’ with your silicone pair.”

Shocking words from the star of Are We There Yet?. Big Worm should’ve flattened Cube for his remarks about Korean-Americans (“Black Korea”) and white women (“Cave Bitch”).

7. Michael Jackson – “[Jewish people] suck…they’re like leeches.”

MJ took narcissistic conspiracy theories to another level when he accused Jewish people of plotting his financial downfall. Certainly, his ranch, legal bills and Invincible money pit had nothing to do with it.

6. Jimmy “the Greek” Snyder – “The black is a better athlete to begin with because he’s been bred to be that way.”

In January 1988, the sportscaster took a stab at genetics saying, “The black athlete was bred to be the better athlete.” As far as how many drinks he’d consumed that evening? We’ll take the over.

5. Jesse Jackson – “Hymietown.”

Rule #1 of politics: When you’re running for president, don’t insult an entire religion (Judaism) or a city of 7 million people (New York).

4. Fuzzy Zoeller – “Tell him not to serve fried chicken next year.”

Not sure if that “little boy” Tiger Woods served chicken and collards, or if he wore the green jacket at the Masters’ Champions Dinner. But it’s a safe bet that Zoeller rocked a white hood.

3. Axl Rose – “Immigrants and faggots / They make no sense to me.”

The lead singer of Guns N’ Roses won the Bigot Triple Crown with 1989’s “One in a Million”—xenophobia, homophobia and racism in less than four minutes.


A Decade of Internet Superstars: Where Are They Now?
Whatever happened to the Evolution of Dance guy or that kid who loved Britney Spears so much he cried for her under his sheet? We'll fill you in on what happened to them and other Web celebrities when their 15 minutes of fame ended.

Internet Sensations: Ah, Fleeting Fame

The Internet has transformed the world -- connecting cultures, streamlining commerce and revolutionizing communication. Oh yeah, and turning dudes bawling about Britney into international celebrities. Not unlike a mosquito-infested swamp, the Web has been a rich breeding ground of viral phenomena. But no sooner do they become worldwide stars than these cicada-lived celebs cease to exist. Or so it might seem.

I tracked down some of the Internet's biggest overnight/one-night sensations to see what they've been up to since their 15 minutes on the Warhol clock expired. Some have settled into lives of quiet anonymity; others are now making grand livings off their Net-based notoriety.

But enough talk -- ninjas, dancers and a Turkish guy who just wants a kiss await. Start clicking and get caught up.

-- by JR Raphael, PC World

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