AVONDALE, Arizona - Popular NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has just criticized fellow race car driver Jeremy Clements for his use of the N-word.
Clements, was being interviewed by a reporter for Afro Sheen Magazine when, he inadvertently blurted out the no-no word.
ASM reporter YoDelle Denzel St. Bling, upon hearing the hot coal word asked "What didya jus say brutha?"
Clements turned as red as a Tacoma tomato and said that he did not recall.
St. Bling told him, "Yu be damn right ya don't recall Bubba boy."
When Dale Earnhardt, Jr. heard about Jeremy's remark he simply shook his head and remarked that Clements really needs to get a mouth filter so that he does not embarrass himself and the wonderful sport of NASCAR.
He then pointed out that Clement's insensitive comment made him sound like he's nothing but a backwoods bumpkin like old Michael Richards who had a meltdown at an L.A. comedy club in 2006, as he repeatedly screamed out the N-word dozens of times during a stand up routine.
Clements tried to defend his use of the sensitive word by saying that he had just seen the Quentin Tarantino movie Django Unchained the night before.
[WRITER'S NOTE: According to the supermarket tabloid Just Saying, Tarantino's movie uses the N-word a total of 819 times which is 819 times too many.]
Earnhardt replying to Clement's movie comment said that just because Tarantino is a funky-looking jerk and thinks that it's cute and clever to use the N-word is no excuse for anyone else to use it.
Dale went on to say that he even hates to hear black guys refer to other black guys by using that dreaded 6-letter word.
The word on the NASCAR racetracks is that Jeremy Clements will be suspended for two weeks, he'll be fined $73,000, and he'll have to wear a ladies lavender racing helmet for three races.
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