‘White Famous’ Becomes F-Bomb Famous, 150 Times in 2 Episodes

The first two episodes of the new Showtime comedy White Famous premiered on Showtime on October 15. It's about an African American stand-up comedian, played by former SNL comic Jay Pharoah, who is looking for his big break in Hollywood and these two episodes were all about racial awkwardness in our politically correct culture.  

Jamie Foxx Defends Tarantino’s Anti-Cop Remarks

A friend who defends your crazy anti-police comments is a friend indeed. At the Hollywood Film Awards, Django Unchained star Jamie Foxx defended and encouraged his buddy Quentin Tarantino’s anti-cop remarks made at a police brutality rally in New York recently. According to The Hollywood Reporter, while presenting an award for Tarantino’s upcoming film, Hateful Eight, Foxx said:…

Bozell & Graham Column: What Jokes Are Too Insensitive?

Comedy Central hosted another one of its vicious and disgusting celebrity “roasts” with Justin Bieber as the target. On the “pre-show” before the roast, unfunny comedian Jeffrey Ross arrived in a pope costume, accompanied by sexy “nuns” in black habits and fishnet stockings. Red-carpet host Sarah Tiana introduced him as the “popemaster general” and…

Jamie Foxx Wears Trayvon Martin Shirt to BET Awards

Jamie Foxx wore a Trayvon Martin shirt to the BET Awards Sunday evening. Not surprisingly, he won for Best Actor.

Jamie Foxx: 'Black People Are The Most Talented People In The World

It seems Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx just can't avoid saying something really stupid at awards ceremonies. After calling Barack Obama "Our Lord and Savior" at last November's Soul Train Awards, Foxx, during his acceptance speech as Entertainer of the Year at last Friday's NAACP Image Awards, said, "Black people are the most talented people in the world" (…

Rush Limbaugh: Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson Try To Convince Blacks

As NewsBusters readers know, actors Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson have made some rather inflammatory comments of late. On Monday, conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh said of the two stars currently featured in Quentin Tarantino's controversial film "Django Unchained," "[They] try to make the case that there's still slavery in this country" (video follows…

MSNBC: Matt Drudge Is Racist for Criticizing N-Word in Movie

Riddle me this: How can a cable news program be so sensitive regarding the use of the “n word” that they blur it out of a website headline shown onscreen, then turn around and defend a film in which that same word is used more than 100 times? That's what happened during Wednesday's edition of Martin Bashir's MSNBC talk show. The host and both of his guests attacked…

Jamie Foxx Defends SNL 'Kill All the White People' Joke on NBC's 'Toda

In an interview with actor Jamie Foxx on Wednesday's NBC Today about his upcoming movie Django Unchained, co-host Savannah Guthrie brought up offensive comments Foxx made while hosting Saturday Night Live: "You said your character gets to, quote, 'kill all the white people,' adding, 'how great is that?' I know you know about the criticism, do you think it was fair?…

Jamie Foxx Jokes About Killing 'All The White People' In His New Movie

Two weeks ago, Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx made national headlines when he called President Obama "Our lord and savior." While hosting NBC's Saturday Night Live this weekend, Foxx joked about how in his new film "Django Unchained," "I kill all the white people in the movie. How great is that?" (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Jamie Foxx: 'Our Lord and Savior Barack Obama

UPDATE AT END OF POST! Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx recently called Barack Obama "our lord and savior." This occurred at the previously recorded Soul Train Awards broadcast on BET Sunday (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Bozell Column: The 'Black Howard Stern

Ever since he left real radio in favor of the satellite kind, Howard Stern and his faded Dirty Old Man strip-club radio act have been invisible. But now, some people are apparently trying to match him on the struggling Sirius/XM radio system.

Networks Ignore Jamie Foxx’s Verbal Attack on Miley Cyrus

The 41-year-old Oscar winner Jamie Foxx dished out some disgusting advice for Disney teen sensation Miley Cyrus, telling her to, among other things, “make a sex tape and grow up.” This tasteless “advice” coming from the father of a teen to a sixteen year-old girl didn’t seem to outrage anyone at ABC, CBS, or NBC.“The Foxxhole,” Jamie Foxx’s weekend radio show was the forum for a discussion of…