I Hear The “House Nigger Mac N’ Cheese” Is Deeeeeelicious!

tumblr_lo98wfTkz71qjs5j1o1_500paula deen has lost some fans.
i was done with this cow when she said her family owned slaves.
said it like she was talking about the first nintendo.
i was also done with her when i went into the sto’
and she had a chapstick made of butter.
um……. what?
i was waiting for ya’ll to catch up.
i know her pr people are working overtime to clean up her recent issues.
is this why she pulled out from the today show?…

Paula Deen, the self-proclaimed queen of Southern cooking and a sugary mainstay of both the Food Network and the “Today” show, apologized in an online video Friday for her use of racial epithets in the past.

“I want to apologize to everybody for the wrong that I’ve done,” she said, near tears, in a short, edited statement. “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.”

Her statement followed a volley of criticism this week over her remarks in a deposition for a discrimination lawsuit by a former employee. In the deposition, she admitted she had used racial slurs, tolerated racist jokes and condoned pornography in the workplace. Her statement on Friday appeared to address only her choice of language.

Earlier on Friday, Ms. Deen failed to appear on “Today” for a scheduled exclusive interview Friday morning with Matt Lauer, citing exhaustion. She had agreed to the interview, extensively promoted by NBC News on Thursday night, to address the uproar generated this week by her statements in a deposition for a discrimination lawsuit by a former employee. In the deposition, she admitted she had used racial epithets, tolerated racist jokes and condoned pornography in the workplace.

Clearly upset by her absence on Friday, Mr. Lauer told viewers that Ms Deen had spoken with him on Thursday, agreed to an “open and candid” discussion, flown to New York City — but in the morning, had her representatives cancel. “We just found out she’s a no-show,” he said. On Twitter, he added, “Hoping to get more info on the Paula Deen situation soon. Very confusing.”

Ms. Deen, 66, commands a small culinary empire, having produced numerous cookbooks, starred in cooking shows and served as a spokeswoman for Philadelphia Cream Cheese and Smithfield Foods. She and her sons own and operate a restaurant in Savannah, Ga. Her magazine “Cooking with Paula Deen,” has a circulation of nearly 1 million, her Web site says.

But Ms. Deen has managed to offend even her most uncritical fans before, most recently in January 2012 when she announced her diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes on the same day she endorsed the diabetes drug Victoza and a lucrative collaboration with Novo Nordisk, the drug’s manufacturer. Because she had built her career on a no-holds-barred approach to sugar and fat (creating recipes like a cheeseburger patty sandwiched between two doughnuts and a Better than Sex cake made with cake mix, pudding mix, and heavy cream), she was roundly criticized for encouraging an unhealthy diet for others, hiding her illness and then trying to profit from it.

On Thursday, criticism of her statements about race mounted on Twitter — even spawning a sarcastic hashtag, #paulasbestdishes — and on Ms. Deen’s own Facebook page.

The lawsuit against her was filed in March 2012 by Lisa T. Jackson, the general manager of Uncle Bubba’s Oyster House, a restaurant that Ms. Deen owned with her brother, Earl (Bubba) Hiers. Ms. Jackson, who is white, said that her father was Sicilian, with dark skin, and that she had suffered prejudice as a result.

In the deposition, Ms. Deen said that she had used a racial slur in the past, though not in the restaurant, and that she and her family did not tolerate prejudice. “Bubba and I, neither one of us, care what the color of your skin is” or what gender a person is, she said. “It’s what’s in your heart and in your head that matters to us.”

She also stated that “most jokes” are about Jews, gay people, black people and “rednecks.”

“I can’t, myself, determine what offends another person,” she said.

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MKsfM

i was actually looking for a larger object.
what’s wrong paula?

can’t stand the frying pan boo?
lord knows they roasted her ass on twitter the other day.

x look in the oven

i guess she now feels like one of those diabetic dishes she makes.
i hope the neelys and oprah pull out.
sadly i don’t think paula is going anywhere.
black folks don’t protest like jews and gays do.
when we’re done with you,
we’re done with you.
we also make everyone done with you too.
all she gotta do hug some black babies and make this:

…and we on the way to lunch at her crib.

lowkey: i wont lie…
that old bitch knows how to whip up some “yummy”.
here is her video apology:

WAS SHE READING A CUE CARD???????

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51 thoughts on “I Hear The “House Nigger Mac N’ Cheese” Is Deeeeeelicious!

  1. Honestly can we as a people really be mad that individuals use the N word when we have things like WSHH and black boys tweeting pictures of a gun to his sisters head for a rapper to tweet him back? If as a group we take a step back and look at the divide of what we were trying to accomplish back in the 60’s and forward to now, you can’t say we are doing our ancestors proud?

    1. ^i am so glad someone replied to this.

      i feel the big issue with her is that she is white.
      this white woman who was calling blacks niggers and being ignorant about it.
      she doesn’t seem genuine at all.
      she seems like she doesn’t really care and I’m sure a lot of it is her being set in her ways,
      but realistically,
      it has a lot to do with her growing up in the time she did.
      we can call each other niggas all day,
      but it sets a different tone when a white person does it.
      especially once whose family use to own slaves and made her money off their recipes.

      1. For me I don’t care what race anyone is. At this point in time the N word should be said by anyone. Of course in terms with the country’s history sure we will all get mad and angry when it comes out of a southern person mouth, you can’t change people. But in my opinion to sit back and be mad at someone who ignorance clouds their judgement but doesn’t effect me at all, but I’m getting blasted by WSHH daily of stuff like this:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbvVjlIgWeo

        Supposedly in the south, I really can’t get mad. We’re not helping as a whole from the perspection of a few ignorant individuals, it’s much worse for us than whites when were judged by the actions of few.

        1. ^i see where you are coming from.

          i am guilty of using the n word,
          but it has always been used to describe the lower class blacks.
          the ones you see on WSHH.
          back then,
          i use to use it as a term of endearment.
          now not so much.
          she seemed to call everyone of us niggers,
          good and bad.
          deep southern whites have always been racist.
          Paula always came off like that to me and had this air to her.
          never was really a fan,
          plus the amount of sugar and butter she put in her food was extremely disrespectful!

      2. Miley Cyrus is lost like Justin Bieber, everyone wants to be black until shyt get real. Smh, and honestly when I heard the words Molly and Bout that life I just couldn’t. Smh

        1. ^i was done at all the bad twerking.
          everything about her new image seems forced.
          it doesn’t come off natural.
          it seems like she is doing it because rihanna is so successful at being a bad girl.

          i always wondering why people like to get down with blacks,
          when most of us barely support.
          we do a lot of hustling and “free” swiping.

      3. Because being black has never been seen as this great amazing feat. Like what have we contributed in terms or media? The twerking, WSHH, making in rain, strippers, big booty hoes, ballers, coke boys, ignorant people that always seem to witness events for the news. It’s like we’re the rebellious ones against society and its the easiest way to shed the clean image.

        1. ^i always felt when white people do what we “do” as far as their images,
          or can hang with us and it not being uncomfortable,
          we tend to like that…. a lot.
          remember when britney was a bubbly pop tart,
          we all were not interested.
          she makes “im a slave 4 you”,
          pharrell backing it,
          and she is suddenly down.
          christina aguilera was pop tart,
          then she comes out with stripped and we accept her.
          justin biebs is suddenly too hood for his own good now.

          we are a big influence within the media.

    2. Oh I remember Nipplegate like it was yesterday, that was staged not a waredrone malfunction. Like I said everyone wants to be down with black people until shyt gets real

  2. Paula Deen’s goose just got cooked.

    The Food Network said Friday it would not renew the contract of the celebrity chef, who has admitted using racial slurs in the past.

    The announcement came only hours after Deen issued a strange video statement on YouTube — that was then removed – in which she repeatedly apologized, but failed to specifically address the racist comments she made in a recorded deposition.

    “I want to apologize to everybody for the wrong that I’ve done,” she said in the short, emotional video. “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. Please forgive me for the mistakes that I have made.”

    There was no immediate explanation for why the video had been taken down and a call to Deen’s representative asking for an explanation brought no immediate response.

    The Food Network issued a one-sentence statement late Friday saying, “Food Network will not renew Paula Deen’s contract when it expires at the end of this month.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/06/21/food-network-announces-it-will-not-renew-paula-deen-contract/

    i’m surprised fox news racist asses decided to cover this.

    1. When fox reported it a couple days ago if you went thru some of the articles they kept saying how she’s a democrat and how much she loved Obama, I bet you that’s a main reason as to why. It’s always something racial for them to put out a proper story

      1. You think thats bad, Im waiting for the Zimmerman Trial to begin, I feel like were going to travel back in time and its going to be like the 50’s n 60’s.

      2. WHAT! You’ll have to break that down by topic because I can take my view on Oprah in so many different ways…

      3. What I feel is a major issue within our community is when we see someone doing extremely well and you hear things like her opening a school over in South Africa for girls people jump to conclusions. One, Oprah has raised over 400 million for charity in the US, in which for the administrative cost she foots the bill for herself, you know so everything she raises goes directly to charity. She’s done her work at Morehouse with scholarships and I remember when someone tried to call her out on twitter asking when is she going to give back to the ghettos in America, and her response was like a boss and said I’ve put 500 black men thru college, and you sir?

        Oprah doesn’t own anyone anything, she chooses to do it because of how she grew up, and honestly if I were at her level of wealth and took a look around I’d be discouraged to share my wealth too with black america. Its not her responsibility to fix black america, because clearly some of us in our culture just don’t give a damn and aren’t willing to put in the handwork necessary to become successful. For me there are different levels within our black community where we try to pull those who make it to Wealthy or Rich down back to that Niggerish Ratchet level. The difference is that she’s at that level of being wealthy where she can’t be touched because she’s learned from the best, which are wealthy white people who would like to see her be successful as opposed to someone like T.O. who was rich had people around him bring him down, managed his money so they could turn a profit, baby mama’s, blowing money fast, popping bottles without a care in the world until they hit rock bottom. And many athletes and rappers are rich but not wealthy because they don’t learn, and easily fall back down into that bottom.

        Our problem is that the black people that do become famous or successful in the media are not great role models that can make an impact in the world on a global level. I see more black men only wanting to become rappers or athletes trying to come up on fast money, not many doctors, professors, engineers, lawyers, etc. Black women are portrayed as only ass and tits, baby mama’s, video vixens, suck a dick and become famous, etc. Except black women are over passing men when it comes to education. Out of my graduating class this year off 700-900+ black students, maybe only 1/6 were men, and of that maybe 1/3 were actually African American and not African. Sooooooooo whose fault is that?

        But what I do find ironic that when her channel started to fail, then she turns to Tyler Perry and black people to start from the bottom again. Remember when Oprah’s show was like on the Maury level, then she started over?

        1. ^i love this answer!!!

          i never had an issue with Oprah.
          i personally thought she carefully marketed her image,
          used white people,
          and got their money to give back to us.
          blacks tend not to see that because we are all about fast money or “look he/she is driving a fancy car so they are rich”.
          that is the quickest way to have egg on your face.

          i didnt watch oprah in the beginning,
          but I watched her “best of” DVD and she use to be on some riff raff topics.
          she realized her market would be middle aged white women.
          they spend.
          as much as black talk,
          we barely support each other BUT we will support white/non white people quickly.

          this is what confuses me about rappers/singers that people stan for.
          do they give back?
          we are giving them,
          making them richer,
          and they have nothing to give us but some half assed music and an expensive tour.

          the only person I see really active in giving back to the community is jay.

      4. Thats even debatable. Remember in 2010 when supposedly he gave only 6k to his own charity organization. Then a scholarship fund only raked in 220k.

        If you take a step back and look at some of these rappers, they contributed to the destruction of their own community, as drug dealers and what not, and they’re now continuing with the destruction of the youth which can’t tell fact from fiction.

        Like honestly I respect Angelina Jolie to the fullest, when her children were born she used the opportunity to sell those pictures to the highest bidder for charities. I thought Jay-Z n Beyonce would do the same where he could go back into his community. Hell if Kanye sells his, he could really help his home town of Chicago, but they don’t see the bigger picture in helping their own people like white people do.

        1. ^people like to talk about angie,
          but that’s wifey.
          she was a little ratchet before,
          but she turned it around.
          people only use her brad pitt cheating on jennifer as the crutch.
          angie goes and gets dirty.
          she damn near got the rainbow coalition for kids.

          kanye is a disappointment.
          his whole life has gone awry.
          beyonce just seems about “her” at this point.
          jay seems more giving,
          but I can see the point of what you bring up.

    2. And to put it into perspective, If she were to put 500 men thru college all at Morehouse, that ran 75-80 million give or take a couple million. And knowing Oprah, she probably had them on a full ride, live on campus, single dorming so you can focus type of life for 4 years. so you can never make people happy. Only care about what will help you sleep at night.

      1. ^our people have always been judgmental,
        yet these same people being judgmental don’t do anything worthwhile for the community.
        people want oprah to be a super hero,
        but you have to be intricate in what you do/say.
        this is still a business.
        one that is ran by white people.
        it cannot be avoided.

        i always respected oprah because “i get it”.
        that “I’m down” bullshit only gets you but so far.
        sadly our own can be out worse enemies too.

  3. The ratchet behavior of some people of color does not give white people the right to classify all of us by the name they have historically used to degrade us.

    Of course no one can stop them from saying it, but very few have the courage to come to a black neighborhood and run their mouths.

    Simply put, fuck her. She can go sit on a broom handle.

    Your mask got snatched off and now everyone sees the real you.

    1. ^looooool
      gooooo jay!

      white people are saying that we call each other nigger all the time so why can’t she say it.
      i don’t think they “get it” either.

      hell maybe we all need to get it?

  4. I don’t have a problem with black person calling another black person the n-word.

    You encounter females that call each other bitch in a playful and sometimes endearing way, but if another person calls them that you’d get cut. Same thing.

    Yeah, I know it’s not fair but too bad. No one can stop you from using the word just be prepared for the repercussions.

          1. this dude at my old job was a huge uncle tom.
            loud as hell for no reason.
            changed his voice to sound more “white”.
            kissed and sucked ass.
            it was pathetic.
            he knew i saw through his stunts.
            he is still working there.
            im unemployed.
            i guess it worked.

            i don’t change for anyone.
            i am me and you will like me for me or they can get the fuck out my face.
            im just me around everyone.
            i don’t why these insecure blacks can’t be that.

  5. That’s why we can never, EVER forget where we came from, because best believe these racist people are passing down their ignorance.

    I’m well aware as a dark skinned, black man. born and raised in the south that behind every polite and white face could lie an undercover racist and bigot. People may not tell you how they really feel about you, but they’ll show it eventually.

    I’m in no way a hater of interracial relationships, but I am apprehensive about them. I just sincerely hope the black person REALLY knows the white person they are dating or married to.

    1. ^yeah because someone white families aren’t a fan of it,
      even though they are smiling at the wedding.
      i have no issue with interracial dating,
      but it does come with a lot.

      i use to say I never experienced racism…
      until I got fired.
      working in corporate situations shows you another side of white people.
      yes they will eat lunch with you.
      yes they will invite you to happy hour.
      yes they will gossip with you.

      as soon as you get fired or are in the heat,
      they run.
      none of the white people I was cool with have contacted me.
      they wrote me off.
      it was hard,
      but it opened my eyes.
      they are definitely “ill see you when I see you”.
      that’s corporate.

  6. Read the comments under some of these articles about the whole situation. They confirm what we already know. White people are calling us niggers all the time among themselves. They don’t get what the problem is. Lol

    1. ^someone said she should go and put on a chain and rap because then she’ll be able to say it all the time.

      when i say I hollered?
      god forgive me.
      i don’t why these people are going hard over this woman and her coon cakes and rancho negro dressing food.
      her food is so unhealthy.
      i don’t get it.

  7. Im from the south and proud my ancestors are all of mixed race on both sides, and my family owns a large amount of land in the south because of it Im not ashamed of that nor will I deny it. I think the problem with society is that we are constantly trying to find somebody else to point fingers at, the last time I checked the only perfect being there was is our creator. I didnt hear her say it so I really dont care, in fact I dont eat those type of foods anyway so I never paid her that much attention (shrugs), I say to each his own. I noticed not one person really came on here to stan about the alleged comments she made towards gays(waits), the BLACK community that everyone wants to pretend is so precious demonizes homosexuality but I assume its ok and you get to protesting for the masses being called the N-Word, when the community you support would have you tried and burned at the stake just for your sexual preference which is why I only give a damn about myself. I support the artist I like if Im offended by them regardless of race I dont, futhermore you are the name you answer to so feel offended if you feel it applies. If the public stops relying on the media to represent them and represent themselves as individuals we would have peace on earth.

    1. They didn’t mention any comments about the gay community.What did she say?How are all your ancestors of mixed race?Not like it really matters, every human on the planet isn’t purely one race.Everybody is mixed down the line in one way or another so that doesn’t make you more wise on the topic and didn’t even need to be brought up. Also it wasn’t just the N word being said that I was pissed about, it was the “let’s dress black men in suits and bow ties and have them wait on us like blacks used to have wait on whites back in the day” comment.Forgive me for being angry that some people still refer/think of us as less than them because of our skin color.Something we can’t control.Damn! our ancestors for being in the sun all day and turning brown *sarcasm*..There’s this thing called being human, us humans have feelings, forgive us for having feelings.What does it matter if the black community demonized homosexuality, which they all don’t, you and all of your ancestors are of mixed race so it shouldn’t affect you.It should only affect you if the mixed race community demonizes it.This affects us black people because of our long history with white people and being treated as less than human.I see no reason why someone who is say Mexican would complain about the Chinese not accepting homosexuality.Why do you care?You have stated what you are and it’s not apart of the Chinese community so you let Chinese gays deal with that.

      1. You are running off pure emotion which makes it nearly impossible to rationalize with you if I may direct you back to the original post it does state that “Paula Dean” makes jokes about gays as well allegedly. I wasnt in a room with her when these things happened so I cant pass judgement on hearsay. As far as my ancestors Im not going to break-down my full racial make-up for you lets just say only my grandfathers(maternal&paternal) would be considered African American. These arent Jim Crows days calm down and dont go calling Al Sharpton, African Americans arent the only brown race either however please dont act like you can walk through your local hood with your African American partner holding hands or even hug without being damn near stoned to death, better yet test the theory and tell me how that works out for you. Then buy a home or rent one in a predominately African American area and live with your partner among the breeder families and see how long you last before problems occur, lets talk about the real world where the average blackman and woman still critcizes what they dont understand as if it pertains to them. So my point was that if people were going to STAN & GROAN about Paula Dean racially oppressing them(

        1. ^so let me get this straight…

          it’s almost like you are taking on two sides to this story.
          you could care less if she disrespected blacks.
          you can’t identify with it because you are proud of being mixed.
          you don’t participate in “southern” practices,
          even though you are proud of who you are and where you grew up.
          fine this story doesn’t relate to you….

          … BUT you did relate when the fact she also disrespected gays came up.
          you now semi care because sexuality was involved.
          the points you brought up about being harassed because of sexuality are good points because those things do happen.

          let’s also talk about rodney king,
          who was beating by the police because of his skin color.
          let’s talk about not being considered for jobs because of the color of your skin.
          or maybe I can mention that even in 2013,
          a white woman still cluthes her bag because im walking behind her/in elevator with her.
          let’s talk about in new york,
          they will stop you at any moment and frisk you because you are black and look suspicious.
          we can also have a little conversation about cops shooting black youth because they “look” dangerous.
          let’s mention trayvon martin.
          killed because of the color of his skin and assumed he was a gang banger for a hoody.
          we can then bring up sean bell and amadou diallo.

          the point I’m trying to make it that black and gays have it bad.
          we all have stories of disrespect.
          the story at hand is “paula deen makes racist statements”.
          something we all as blacks have related too for years.
          this is what we are all talking about in here at the moment.
          you don’t care about any of that because you didn’t hear her say it.
          remember?
          so your tangent makes absolutely no sense to me right now.

          seems like you are in your emotions as well.

    2. What?

      I feel sorry for anyone who identifies themselves by their sexual orientation first.

      I’ll always be a black man before anything else, and not solely because that’s what society sees, being that they can’t see my sexual orientation on demand. My experiences as a black male have very much shaped me as a person. I see a black man first and foremost when I look in the mirror.

      Like Chase said it’s not even the use of the N-word, she went in like we were still in the slave days.

    3. ^minaj thank you for your comments.
      it’s good to see another side of an opinion,
      but im rather confused by your statement…

      you said you didn’t hear her say it and you don’t know her so you don’t care,
      but you do care that she made comments about gays?
      the main story is about her statements on blacks.

      blacks,
      whether gay or straight,
      still feel the burn of racism.
      this woman is ignorant on all angles,
      but she had more comments to say about skin color than sexuality.
      i am a black man,
      a proud one,
      and will always be seen as that first before anything.
      last I checked,
      gays are attached to human beings of different races.
      if she had went in on gays as bad as she did black people,
      it would have been addressed by me also.

      judging from your comments,
      you seem to have deeper issues with black people and “things we do” so your “not caring” stems from that.
      no offense.

      1. Yea I could say you are right because I feel like blacks almost get a hall pass to say whatever they want to whomever they want when they feel oh because Im black and nobody is going to stop me. When I was young guess who picked on and bullied me blacks kids not white ones, and it wasnt sexual orientation based for the guy who said he feels sorry for anyone who identifies with being gay first, that wasnt what I said at all. The thing about gay was a subculture topic that was under the black topic, the point is again I didnt hear her say any of it however its a fuss because she is white. How many blacks openly and closeted say things of bigotry towards other cultures and get a Hall Pass for it

  8. I.E. Al Sharpton openly told Soledad O’brien and I dont even like her, but he openly told her she didnt count as being black because of her skin color. She was the only one who made an issue about it and then it quietly faded away, nobody boycotted him, nobody went on a campaign on twitter or blogs to say he was wrong for denying somebody their blackness because they didnt look like him, isnt that just like the slave days he might as well just called her a “house nigger”, thats that bullshit Im just call everybody out on their shit

  9. Nicki Minaj calls people with nappy-hair nappy headed hoes in almost all her songs, because her kitchen good, but Don Imus said who is white it hits the news. Rihanna made fun Kurreche by tweeting a picture of Rice Cakes with sunglasses and earrings, thats fucked up but when somebody said something about her hair being nappy it was a media frenzy. All Im saying is lets not isolate and always target the whites because every white person is that bad, and they would be alot more tolerant of your sexual orientation than the black community thats supposed to be the world’s victim. Im saying take a moment step out of the victim role of being black and look at the bigger picture, I didnt hear those things Paula is accused of but I did hear and see what I mentioned above

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