Former cooking show maven Paula Deen got cooked, no pun intended, by Twitter after admitting her fondness for the N-Word in a court deposition. Although the one-time Food Network star went on a “I'm Not A Racist” apology tour, it all rang hollow in the end. Deen isn't the first celebrity to show racist tendencies, however.
From cable news talking heads, to radio hosts and even Hollywood actors, several public figures have revealed a side of themselves that isn't entirely racially inclusive.
Hip-Hop Wired takes a look at 10 celebrities who would feel right at home at a Klan rally—who all have copped pleas otherwise, of course.
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