"I would tell him to say, 'It's none of your business, and I hope you enjoy me playing golf, because that's what I actually do. Of course, I am an athlete and I have a lot of extra testosterone,'" Griffin said.
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Comedian Eddie Griffin (Malcolm & Eddie) had his stand up performance cut short on August 31st while performing at an event for Black Enterprise Magazine. According to a spokesperson for the magazine, Griffin repeatedly used the N word which prompted the host to come on stage and tell Griffin that he was finished.
Black Enterprise spokesman, Andrew Wadlium told the press that he supported the decision as the right thing to do.
While there has certainly been much controversy over the word in question, it may come as a surprise that a black comedian was censored for using the word in front of a black audience.
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