Don Lemon says everyone should stop saying the n-word…is he right?

DON LEMONVery frequently I hear young people of all ages, in public, who can barely get through a sentence without using the word; even calling each other n-words — of all different ethnicities. Clearly Justin Bieber, a young man who by the way, has immersed himself in black, Hip Hop culture should not be saying the n-word. So the question is, if you want people like Justin Bieber to stop using it and to stop making excuses for using it, shouldn’t you do the same?
Lemon is being branded online as an idiot, but what do you think?

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  • snitchonmurder  On June 5, 2014 at 9:18 pm

    The N word or no other word needs to be ban, they are part of history. They can and should be use in a proper place and time not to offend or misuse.
    I would use it to explain it to my grandchild if ask to say : it was and is a hateful term used/use toward black people, the use has change for a few people in the last decade but for many it remains the same . That is just one way, I know there are some other ways with out being hateful we’re it or other words can be used.

  • elogam  On June 10, 2014 at 1:54 am

    Stopped using it with any regularity decades ago-when I GREW UP. I now only use it when referring to VERY SPECIFIC examples of people in society, and rarely when anyone I haven’t known for at least 30 years is in hearing range.

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