Call it another Kramer moment. We are glad to see that both black and white alike, comedians that think that its some how funny to use the “N” word are booted from the stage. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Thus was the case with “Undercover Brother” Eddie Griffin, who was cut off while performing at an event in Florida for the use of the “N” word.. The idea that some think its OK to use, while others should be condemned is ridiculous. Its about time that the “N” word was acted upon no matter who says it without bias or prejudice.
Griffin, who has appeared in movies such as “Undercover Brother” and “Date Movie” and the TV show “Malcolm & Eddie,” was performing at a Black Enterprise magazine event in the Miami suburb of Doral on Friday when he was cut off after using profanities and the N-word, said Andrew Wadium, a spokesman for the publication.
“We believe that ending the performance was the appropriate action,” Wadium said.