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I have always used in my act every racial slur there is for Asians, blacks, gays, and Hispanics.
To me, it's acceptable if the joke is funny and if it is said in a context of no hate. because I have, I think, over 800 likes of it on Instagram, I forget the number, I have to look it up.
Her first recognition came for the play "Best Foot Forward" which ran for seven months in 1963.
A year later, Judy invited Liza to appear with her for a show at the London Paladium.
Hopefully Lampanelli has some real friends (not 800-plus Instagram followers) who will tell her that -- and soon -- before she becomes more of a joke than she already is.
Liza Minnelli was born on March 12, 1946, the daughter of Judy Garland and movie director Vincente Minnelli.
Lisa's rep, Yvette Shearer, tells TMZ they remain incredibly good friends ...
The comedian is filing for divorce today in New York from her husband of nearly four years, Jimmy "Big Balls" Cannizzaro.
I won't stop anytime soon, just because your ass is up on Twitter.
To then pat herself on the back for standing up to black people and their "f**king phony semantics bullsh*t" like she's Mitt Romney threatening to repeal Obamacare at the NAACP convention, makes her her own funniest punchline to date.
As Paul Mooney said, "Everybody wants to be a n***a, but don't nobody wanna be a n***a." The dismissive, condescending tone of "I'm white, so I can say whatever the hell I want and you will deal" while simultaneously trying to fold into black culture is not groundbreaking -- it's sad and embarrassingly unoriginal.
And for her to think that she has the right to progress a racial dialogue that has never affected her in any way, shape or form -- other than a few extra Twitter mentions and a spin around the news cycle -- solidifies her position as one of the most ridiculous people on the planet.
She needs to understand that she is not knocking down any walls nor shattering any ceilings by frivolously parroting the word "n***a;" in fact, by doing so, she accomplishes just the opposite, rendering herself nothing more than a walking cliché.