Thursday, November 1, 2007

Dog the Bounty Hunter and the N-Word: Hopes to Meet With Black Leaders

Dog the Bounty Hunter's star, Duane Chapman, was doing damage control after his show was pulled from the air by Arts and Entertainment Network.

Chapman met with his spiritual adviser, the Rev. Tim Storey, who is black and hopes to right the fast-sinking ship he finds himself on.

Dog also hopes to meet with other black leaders in an effort to introduce the real Dog to them and learn what he can do to make things right.

The whole thing started over audio tapes released by the National Enquirer which had the Bounty Hunter repeatedly using the "N-word". He was talking to his son about his son's girlfriend, who is black.

Chapman can also be heard saying in the tapes that he doesn't care if the girl is black, but that he's worried about public opinion of the matter being used against him and the show.

Listen to the Audio tape
UPDATE:Dog Tapes
Dog the Bounty Hunter Canceled Over Use of the N-Word


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