GWYNETH PALTROW caused some controversy the other day when she Tweeted a picture of herself onstage during a JAY-Z / KANYE WEST concert in Paris, along with the following caption . . .
--"Ni**as in paris for real." (--Here's the photo.) (Whosay)
--"[N-words] in Paris" is, of course, a song off Jay and Kanye's album "Watch the Throne". But some people on the World Wide Web of Sniping picked up on it, and started questioning whether Gwyneth should have used the word.
--So Gwyneth Tweeted, quote, "Hold up. It's the title of the song!"
--And, according to TMZ, Jay and Kanye performed that song ELEVEN TIMES that night. (???)
(--This is just silly. Gwyneth is PERSONAL FRIENDS with the two guys who wrote and recorded that song. And they were probably SINGING IT when she was onstage with them.)
(--How can she NOT have a right to say that word? I get that she's white and using the N-word. But the reason that word is passing through so many white people's lips is because Jay-Z and Kanye put it in a mass market song.)
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