Paula Deen SKIPS Today Show Interview and Issues Public Apology



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Paula Deen was slated to appear on the NBC’s Today Show to discuss her use of the N WORD but she decided to skip her favorite morning show and issue an online PUBLIC APOLOGY for using ‘HURTFUL LANGUAGE’.

Check it out!

Paula Deen the BUTTER LOVING QUEEN was supposed to chat with NBC’s ‘Today Show’ about her controversial discrimination lawsuit where she admitted to using racial slurs while despising prejudice. Paula decided to skip the Today Show altogether and issue a sincere PUBLIC apology to the world.

Check it out:

Paula Deen looked sincere as she peered in the camera and stated the following words,

“I want to apologize to everybody for the wrong that I’ve done,” she said, near tears, in a short, edited statement posted on YouTube. “I want to learn and grow from this. Inappropriate and hurtful language is totally, totally unacceptable. I’ve made plenty of mistakes along the way but I beg you, my children, my team, my fans, my partners, I beg for your forgiveness.” 

Paula was slated to sit down with Matt Lauer but decided to skip altogether citing EXHAUSTION as the cause. As you guys will remember we posted that Paula admitted to using the N-WORD in a lawsuit against her restaurant.

Opinion insert: We all know Paula Deen is from the filthy/nasty/stanking/dirty south. It is hurtful to see and hear it in print but are we really surprised? It is what it is!

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