March 28th, 2011 11:09 EST
New Book Claims Paris Hilton Called Black Guys 'Gross'
"In his new book Everyone Loves You When You`re Dead, journalist Neil Strauss shares the following unsavory exchange he had with the heiress. It dates to 1999, when Hilton was 18.
HILTON: I went out with that guy last night.
STRAUSS: Which guy?
HILTON (points to an actor in Saving Private Ryan [which was playing in the background]): We were making out, but then we went somewhere where it was bright and I saw that he was black and made an excuse and left. I can`t stand black guys. I would never touch one. It`s gross (pauses). Does that guy look black to you?
STRAUSS: How black does a guy have to be?
HILTON: One percent is enough for me. "
Paris Hilton has denied that the aforementioned conversation ever took place. It`s a case of "she said, he said", but would you believe a respected journalist or a celeb renowned for her profligate lifestyle?
This exchange reveals the dubious morals of Paris Hilton. The socialite can`t even make out the facial features of her conquest for the night, but Hilton needs to get her freak on, and any body will do, as long as it`s not a black one.
In 2007 a video surfaced that shows Paris dancing in a club with her sister Nicky and shouting, "We`re like two nig****."
If a celeb uses the N-Word (see Michael Richards or Mel Gibson), his career is toast. But Hilton`s career is still thriving; I guess we don`t expect class, dignity or professionalism from a bimbo.
But nobody should get a pass from expressing hateful thoughts, Hilton should be held accountable for her words.
Any person who hates prejudice and bigotry should boycott Paris Hilton. Don`t watch her reality shows, and don`t buy any product she endorses.
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