Seems Mr. Washington caused jaws to drop when he boldly re-issued a slur at a post-Golden Globes press conference — in the context of what appears to have been an unsolicited denial of having used the slur back in October, in reference to co-star T. Knight, who is gay. Knight told the story to Ellen DeGeneres on her show yesterday — a clip of which is available on her Web site.
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Inside the smaller theater at Madison Square Garden about five years ago, shortly before a world title fight, Emile Griffith was introduced one more time to the crowd. He rose shakily from his seat, waved ever so briefly and then sat down. Revered in retirement perhaps more than during his fighting days, Griffith died Tuesday at 75 after a long battle with pugilistic dementia. The first fighter to be crowned world champion from the U. Virgin Islands, Griffith required full-time care late in life and died at an extended care facility in Hempstead, N. An elegant fighter with a quick jab, Griffith's brilliant career was overshadowed by the fatal beating he gave Benny "The Kid" Paret in a title bout.
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A longtime broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds was suspended Wednesday after using an anti-gay slur on a hot mic during a game against the Kansas City Royals. Thom Brennaman, a broadcaster and play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports Ohio, used the slur while preparing to introduce the team's pregame show. During the fifth inning, Brennaman apologized for the comment and said he was "deeply ashamed of it. I don't know if it's going to be for my bosses at Fox. I want to apologize for the people who sign my paycheck, for the Reds, for Fox Sports Ohio, for the people I work with, for anybody that I've offended here tonight.
When Isaiah Washington was fired from his role as Dr. Preston Burke on ABC's Grey's Anatomy in for using homophobic slurs not once, but twice, in public, "everything just fell apart," the actor said in a recent interview with The Huffington Post. I couldn't afford to have an agent …I couldn't afford to have a publicist …I couldn't afford to continue.