When will Rush Limbaugh learn to think before opening his mouth?
The controversial radio host who just got out of hot water for verbally attacking a Georgetown Law student, calling her a slut and a prostitute based on her views on birth control, is at it again.
This time he is attempting at defending Mary J. Blige's controversial Burger King commercial that caught backlash from a multitude of sources for it's play on stereotypical ideals.
But he isn't doing it in a tasteful way.
Rush attempted to defend the Burger King commercial featuring Mary J. Blige by asking, "You people ever live in reality? Is everything a cliché or a stereotype?" He concluded: "Do black people not eat fried chicken anymore?"
Just whom exactly Rush was addressing with his term "you people" is just one part of this muddy equation.
Rush has been long known for his un-popular opinion when it comes to cases at the forthright of popular culture, so he wasn’t going to let MJB's now pulled commercial to get past without his commentary.
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