NEWSFLASH! Uncle Bubba’s Seafood and Oyster House aka the home of Paula Deen‘s 2013 racism scandal, has officially closed its doors.
[FLASHBACK: Paula Deen Wants You ‘N-Words’ To Know… (APOLOGY VIDEO)]
But wait… there are several reports that employees of the restaurant had no idea they were out of a job and many found out just like you did… via the internet!
The restaurant posted the following message online yesterday… Continue Reading…
posed with celebrity chef Paula Deen
in the photowhen she interviewed the butter-loving cook for an episode of Oprah’s Next Chapter
in March 2012. The talk show host even spent the night at Deen’s Georgia home, where the women discussed everything from Deen’s financial insecurities to her diabetes diagnosis
Now over a year later, in a videotaped deposition, Deen admitted to once using the N-word in the past. The 66-year-old Southerner was subsequently fired by the Food Network and lost multiple endorsement deals. Until recently, Winfrey had remained silent on her friend’s latest controversy.
[FLASHBACK: In the Tweets: #PaulasBestDishes Turns Deens Use of N-Word into Viral Joke… ]
Oprah had recently been asked about her southern fried BFF during an interview with Extra, but merely laughed and declined to comment, stating:
“Oh my god! I don’t have anything to do with Paula Deen,” she insisted. “She is not the first white lady to use the N-word! Good lord!”
The media mogul subsequently caved in to pressures to make a statement and finally shared her thoughts about Deen’s N-Word controversy last night with Entertainment Tonight.
Details… Continue Reading…
Celebrity Chef Paula Deen is at risk of losing her well built reputation for being a true southern belle after it became known that she frequently used (or ‘uses’, depending on who you ask) the n-word.
News of Deen’s sticky situation quickly traveled, sparking a popular social media trending topic that pushed the envelope on racial jokes.
[READ: #PaulasBestDishes Becomes Huge Viral Racial Joke… ]
In the deposition that contained her admission of the use of the ‘N’ word, Paula said, “We have all told off-colored jokes … Most jokes are about Jewish people, rednecks, black folks.”
[READ: Transcript of Paula Deen’s Full Deposition…]
Deen first explained that she only used the term in reference to ‘bad’ Black people and the cook, born in 1947, also attempted to add age to the list of reasons for her racist comments.
A statement issued via her company, explained:
“[Paula] was born 60 years ago when America’s South had schools that were segregated, different bathrooms, different restaurants and Americans rode in different parts of the bus. This is not today.”
Up until this point there’s been no apology but Paula had been expected to do so during a scheduled appearance on The Today Show this morning (she was a no-show). Now Deen has posted a short apology on YouTube and appeals to the masses to forgive her for her mistake.
Video below… Continue Reading…