But then, Paula Deen has paid an enormous monetary price for the lawsuit...
Deen’s testimony during the case, of course, became her undoing. The Georgia native admitted under oath to using the N-word — and despite numerous taped apologies and a tearful interview with Matt Lauer on The Today Show, Deen was dropped by the Food Network as well as the majority of her business partners, including JCPenney, Sears, Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart, Home Depot and Smithfield Foods.
Her publisher, Ballantine, also canceled upcoming cookbook plans, and QVC has “decided to take a pause” with the star. She subsequently parted ways with her legal team and with her longtime agent.
It was an awful evil that was committed against Paula Deen. Funny how quick it all happened. Like they were waiting to destroy her at the drop of a hat, and they did.
Trayvon used it all the time.
OK, but we continue worshipping BET with blond women doing black women’s toes as part of “candid humor”?