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Should the “N” word be used on television since its allowed in movies, music, and cable? Empire stars Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson seem to think so. ‪#‎YouSayWhat‬

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Here is what you had to say on social media:

  • urbaninformer Now that’s just dumb. They both smart enough and now why they can’t say it on public television. If not, they may need to take some media class or Google public TV laws.

  • I don’t use the word at all, nor does anyone I know. I only hear the word if I’m unlucky enough to hear a rap track…or if a white celeb gets caught saying it, they’re condemned to a talk show perp walk of shame. Try this Terrence…encourage everyone, including moronic rappers, not to say it. It only serves to lower people’s opinion of blacks when they degrade themselves by using it. And your show is popular because it’s sordid and prurient and pretty much a ghetto-novella. From what I’ve heard of the songs, they’re barely good enough to be amateur r & b demos. Truth has nothing to do with it.

  • Regardless of race, I hear white, black, and latino guys use the N-word everyday on the subway in NYC when talking to their friends. That word is used frequently by the young people in New York.

 

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