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Tuesday, 21 November 2006

image for Senfeld: "I'm sorry for what Kramer said but don't lynch him just yet!"

Jerry Seinfield, on-screen neighbor of Kramer (Micheal Richards) told Seinfeld fans after Richards (Kramer) 'went plum looney' in a comedy club and all but donned a KKK robe and burned a cross in the middle of the comedy club singing KUNTE KINTE KUNTE KINTE SHINE my SHOES N-word!!! (sung to the tune of "Liff dat COTTON, tote dat BALE" words and lyrics by Micheal Richards)

Needless to say the entire comedy club walked out on Richard's act then today slammed Kramer to the floor during a live News conference at LA's "Laugh Factory".

Jerry Seinfield, now in the Home Solar Panel biz expressed deep sorrow for his co-star's racial tirade and issued an on-camera plea for the short bald guy and Julia Louis-Dreyfus to not follow the same GOD-forbidden path of comedic self destruction.

Kramer (Michael Richards) later issued a semi-non-apology to anyone that he offended with his N-word remarks but gall dang it also involuntarily blew up again going

"Don't these N-words of society KNOW which END of the rope to be swinging from my GOD are they THAT DENSE what what what help me OUT here Jerry come ON now!"

Jerry Seinfeld stunned (in a Taser'd sort of way) again after hearing Richard's latest tyrade had nothing to say to Richards until his Co-star Julia Louis Dryfus said,

"Funny and so sad Jerry about Michael almost as funny about folks thinking you and me once bumped boots together before I left you on the show" Seinfeld replying

"No, I left you" Dryfus replying

"NO I left YOU re-read the original script and memorize it Jer" then Kramer (Richards) putting his 2 cents in going on to add

NBC has disavowed any knowledge of the very existence of a life-form named Michael Richards, leading NBC to in fact .. (film at 11)

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