Really Nas?: "Dumb#$%@& What You Thinking 'Bout!?"
*When it comes to the N-word, rapper Nas is down for using it by any means necessary it seems. So, it should come as no surprise he has he has no problem with actress Gwyneth Paltrow using it as she did in her world rocking tweet last week. He says she has free reign to use it because “she’s a real n***a.”
“I would slap the s*** out of somebody for Gwyneth Paltrow,” Nas told (Atlanta’s) CBS Local. “She’s the homie, she’s cool. Gwyneth gets a pass. Real people get a pass. We know what this s*** is. We don’t interrupt Italians when they say ‘Wop’ to each other. They gonna punch you in the mouth if you interrupt that. Don’t interrupt us. We pick and choose.
“Some might not feel the same way,” he said. “Some of us will get angrier about it than others; but some people get a pass. The people that I know who are cool and real n****s, Gwyneth Paltrow is a real n****, that’s my homie. That’s how I’m on it. Some people get a pass.”
Now everyone needs a list of guidelines that lays out what it means to be a “real n***a.”
Watch Nas comment on Gwen Paltrow’s use of the N-word:
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Shellie Zimmerman is accused of lying under oath at her husband’s bail hearing. You can read the full statement of probable cause HERE
. ABC News is reporting that bond has been set at $1,000.
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