Chet 'White Chocolate' Haze Gives Another Lesson on the N-Word and Friendship
Thank goodness we have Chet Haze to teach us right from wrong. Tom Hanks's son, the rapper better known as White Chocolate, has taken it upon himself to impart some lessons on race relations via social media.
After some called him out for using the n-word on Instagram last week, White Chocolate created a series of education videos explaining who can use the word, which some may call offensive, and under what circumstances.
Yesterday the rapper explained that it's totally fine for him to use the word because he's so hip hop, but today, in a new video, he says that even he has his limits. "I just want to clarify one thing," he begins. "Under no circumstances would I ever go up to someone I don't know, and say, like, 'What's up, my n***a!'"
He continues, "It's an unspoken thing between people who are friends, who understand each other."
Watch and "learn" below:
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