Oh, Paula Deen’s Sorry, y’all
Paula took to the Today Show yesterday, in an effort to apologize, AGAIN, for her previous racial ways. It appears in the video that she is attempting to cry, but the tears aren't
actually flowing. She left viewers with this comment; "If there's anyone out there that has never said something that they wish they could take back, then please pick up that stone and throw it at my head so hard it kills me . . . Hit me as hard as you can."
Paula has been trying to repair her name, she said she is not a racist and "I believe that every one of God's creatures was created equal, no matter what church you go to pray."
She's been a little wishy washy with her comments lately, saying that the one time that she's used the n-word was when she was robbed at gunpoint while working as a bank teller.
But that's contradictory to what she had said in the court deposition that was the start all of this controversy. When asked in court if she had said that word more than that one instance, her response was, "I'm sure I have, but it's been a very long time." She then continued with, "maybe in repeating something that was said to me . . . probably a conversation between blacks. I don't know."
Matt Lauer addressed this difference between statements in the video, asking her if she'd lied in court when saying she had used the word more than once. Her reply was that her testimony was factual. Okay Paula, just stop, say no more. Seriously. Stop it.