Why you should never use the ‘n-word’ as a racial slur
Posted February 04, 2019 10:23:00 I don’t think the N-word is a racial epithet.
I think it’s a term of art, it’s used in art and music and I think there’s a lot of racial diversity in the world, especially with hip-hop.
When people use it, it doesn’t have anything to do with racism.
It’s not about race, it just means something different.
The word ‘n’ is a term that was popularised in the South during the civil rights movement and it’s very important in the music industry.
If you don’t use the word, you’re not using it to say, “Oh yeah, we’re racist, you can’t use it because it’s racist.”
If you use the N word, it means something else.
You can’t get away with saying it and that’s not acceptable.
When you’re doing a job, you have to use the proper words and that was the case for me with the N. I’m very sensitive to people that use the n-word.
It was very upsetting to me and it was also very upsetting for some people in the industry because I had a lot more work to do and I needed to take some time to sort it out.
So it’s important that people know the word doesn’t mean what it’s supposed to mean, and that people can be educated about the word and be able to be respectful.
You have to be very careful about using the word when you’re working.
There’s a big difference between using it as a slur and saying it when it’s meant to be used.
I’ve never been in trouble for it.
I have never been asked to leave a club because of it.
But people should be very aware of what they’re doing when they’re using the N, and the word itself doesn’t make you racist.
It is a word that’s very offensive and it shouldn’t be used when it shouldn, so people shouldn’t use those words when they should be using the n word.
[ABC News Online]