This is a BIG no-no!
9-1-1 star Ryan Guzman is in hot water after writing with his Instagram followers throughout a live chat on Weekend that he uses racial slurs “ all the time” together with his friends.
“ I have plenty of buddies — black, white, Oriental, Indian, whatever they are, Korean — and we make fun of every other’ s races on a regular basis. We call each other slurs all the time. ”
“ We don’ big t get butthurt at all due to the fact we know the actual person, we all know who each other are. We can say that we’ re not seeking to bring each other down. Therefore , what are y’ all looking to get at? You’ re seeking to prove that somebody that’ s not racist is usually racist? Nah. You don’ t have that energy. There is no racist energy originating from this household at all. ”
Their shocking statement came right after resurfaced tweets from last year by his fiancé electronic, actress Chrysti Ane , revealed that will she used the N-word within the presence of her Dark friends. The 26-year-old released a lengthy apology on Tweets for her previous actions, writing in part:
“ I made tons of dark friends, listened to music that will used slurs, watched dark comedians that freely used word, and I felt approved by the black community. During the time none of my friends found this offensive, but I must state I also didn’ t completely comprehend the WEIGHT of the term. I didn’ t understand the history, the struggles, the particular oppression. ”
Chrysti plus Ryan. / (c) WENN/Avalon
Once Ryan’ s i9000 inflammatory comments from IG started to gain attention, this individual took to Twitter to respond:
“ I’ ll give you the advantage of the doubt for our misuse of “ slurs”. I should have said all of us make fun of each others ‘ stereotypes’. My friends black close friends will tell me to go mow a lawn or jump the border. Out of framework that seems racist asf but I know my friends imply no harm. ”
That’ s… not an excuse??
In a second tweet, he or she wrote:
“ Let me end up being clear cut. I do not really use the n word due to the fact it’ s not my own to use. My true buddies of all races know that. ”
He or she later posted a link list ways to contribute to the Dark Lives Matter movement, plus shared along with it:
“ I’ m done with protecting myself or my family to the people who are as quick to guage as they are to condemn. Let me get back to the real subject and help out any way I could to the black community.
I’ ve currently donated to 1 organization.
Heres another. Make sure you help”
He might be “ done” defending himself, but we’ re sure others aren’ t going to let this particular go easily…
Obviously, fans and experts have been heavily weighing within online, along with Guzman’ t castmate Oliver Stark , who composed to Twitter:
“ I understand a lot of you want to hear our thoughts on what a cast associate said today on IG live. I can tell you that my estimation is there is absolutely no reason for the use of the N-word. This belongs to the Black community just and I absolutely don’ big t agree with it being used simply by anyone else under any circumstances. ”
Another co-star, Alisha Hinds , responded to a lover tweet:
“ How I REALLY FEEL daily is a perpetual condition of GRIEF. There’ h sadly no version of the indefensible discourse that doesn’ t exacerbate that suffering. There’ s legions associated with learned behaviors that need to become named and neutured and we don’ t continue to provide life to them. May we all know & DO BETTER. ”
And lastly, Rockmond Dunbar , who also stars around the FOX series, retweeted Oliver’ s message and additional:
“ As a black guy this should go without stating but just to make sure individuals in the back understand when i state this with my entire chest: I don’ capital t condone the s**t. I actually don’ t like the s**t. And I’ ve never ever been one to allow the phrase to be used around me simply by any non-black person plus any alleged ‘ dark people’ that are co-signing their particular non-black friends to make reference to them in that way need their particular entire asses checked. Excessive history, too much pain. Previous and present. S**t is completely unacceptable. ”