This past weekend, Gwyneth Paltrow was hit with some criticism after she tweeted the N-word when she was describing a Jay-Z and Kanye West concert in Paris. She had tweeted a picture of herself on stage with the "Watch The Throne" duo while they were on tour with the caption "Ni**as in paris for real."
For anyone who has or has heard the "Watch The Throne" album, you'll know that she's referring to one of their songs. Fans and critics responded immediately questioning Gwyneth's reasoning for using that word. She replied with "Hold up. It's the title of the song!" Let's keep in mind that Gwyneth is BFF's with Jay's wifey Beyonce and they're all practically family, and besides, it's the song they were performing... possibly a hyped up story?
What do you all think of this story? Are they making Gwyneth out to be the bad guy? Should she have chosen a different caption? Let us know and check out the full story here.
Posted by: Hoamy Tran
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