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So that's kind of saying like hey guys it's okay to say the n word for the 19th time. So if it was a collective, like get it all out of your systems, right here. [INAUDIBLE] It's funny that you say because They want to see [INAUDIBLE] Number 20. Artists have started out their sets saying, here, cool.

Maybe if they said You can say it here and then you can never say it again. I've seen artists address the crowd, saying, all right, y'all can say it here, but once you step out this arena, this place, it's not okay.

I mean, we were joking earlier but I would listen to Gold Digger and they would hit that N word so hard. [LAUGH] But it's not, the song doesn't even hit it that hard, why are you hitting it that hard.

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And they did it 19 times and it's pretty much.

You have two of the biggest black artists in the game.

They see how comfortable we use it around our peers and our culture so they want to feel incorporated with that comfortability.

But I feel like a white person who's using the N word as a term of endearment to a black person is probably using it in an offensive manner.

“Real Time” host Bill Maher is still in hot water for referring to himself as the “N-Word” while interviewing a Nebraska Republican senator last week, but now a former girlfriend is hinting that he has used the word in her presence before.

TMZ caught up with Maher’s ex-girlfriend, Coco Johnsen, this week and asked her if he had freely used the “N-Word” around her when they were dating. I don’t wanna say exactly from where, but I’ve heard it many times, and I just think that anyone who uses that word needs to use other vocabulary.” Johnsen said she did not think Maher was a racist but used the word for some shock value.

A guest referred to the terrorists as “warriors” and Maher agreed, saying, “We have been the cowards, lobbing cruise missiles from 2,000 miles away. Staying in the airplane when it hits the building, say what you want about it, it’s not cowardly.” Ice Cube, Michael Eric Dyson and Symone Sanders are all scheduled to appear on “Real Time” Friday to discuss Maher’s use of the “N-Word.” [MUSIC] I have a confession.

[LAUGH] However I did grow up in the deep south, I have been called the n-word with the I have been physically threatened, I have been told I can no longer play with people's kids anymore.

HBO issued a strongly worded statement about Maher’s use of the phrase, and Maher himself apologized.

It’s not like Maher to regret insensitivity — he prides himself on political incorrectness and often mocks the apology tours of other public figures.

The opening segment of the live show was a one-on-one conversation with Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson, author of “Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America,” a book dealing explicitly with white privilege.

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