Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by BayArea:
So..... saying you are going to have a guy out to the house and serve fried chicken is now racist? If I invite Sergio to my house and say I will serve tacos is that racist too? What if you invite your white friend over for a burger and fries?
Seriously though this is blowing s**t out of the water. I guess if you invite your black friend you must be politically correct and serve Vietnamese food to avoid racist accusations.
My point is that people are so far divided that a simple comment on food of all things is now racist by default. I don't think KFC should feature any black actors in their commercials because that is racist. See how ridiculous that line is now?
To me the real racists are the ones who are playing into the stereotypes. I find this whole situation absurd because is there anyone who doesn't like fried chicken? According to the media only black people like it and it's racist to offer it to them.....
I really don't get the foul here but whatever maybe there is a something I am missing. If his intentions were to insult then I guess you have a case but from what I saw it was a case of bad luck coupled with some bad stereotypes.
His intent was obviously to insult Tiger. He knew exactly what he was doing when he made that comment and it was without question racially motivated.
and this Sergio knew exactly what he was saying which is why he had that douchebag smirk on his face