Gay Porn Star Bruno Bernal Accused Of Racism After Using N-Word On Instagram

Posted July 23, 2018 by with 139 comments

83003_05Fans (former fans?) of Bruno Bernal are accusing the gay porn star of being a racist today, after the powerbottom used a version of the n-word (see below) in his Instagram story while complaining about his African-American barber:

ebrnal1Bernal’s fans were not having it, and Bernal shared screenshots showing how some fans were responding to him. Making things worse? Bernal—who, last year, appeared in Raging Stallion’s Donald Trump-themed movie and was fucked by two white men, one of whom was wearing a MAGA hat—added his own text on top of the fan responses to dismiss all of their criticism:

re3re1Yes, context can matter sometimes. This, however, is not one of those times. Also, why is it so difficult for people who are not black to understand this: People who aren’t black shouldn’t use the n-word, or any version of it. Ever. The end. Period.

As Bernal’s Insta story continued, he shared a note again trying to explain his use of the word. This only made things much, much worse:

bru11As if using the n-word wasn’t bad enough, how about adding in “black ghetto person that just came out of prison”? How does someone this stupid even know how to operate a phone, let alone an Instagram account?

Another commenter responded, but instead of simply apologizing and/or admitting to making a mistake (and then, how about just deleting the entire fucking Instragram story?), Bernal idiotically shrugs it all off, accusing the commenter of being “fake” because he or she doesn’t have a profile photo:

re2Here’s the recording of Bruno Bernal’s Instagram story (which includes a few images not related to the incident):

 

  • wdeee

    C’mon not Bruno!
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c613e43e16026bee761d085e846c9861b80f051abc7635f1f71871421daf288e.gif
    When will these guys learn that fucking and dating black guys is not a pass to say ignorant shit? Bruno himself has a thick accent and I bet he’d take offensive if I said he talked like an “illegal border hopper”. The fact that he says he respects black culture but pinned the use of Ebonics as ghetto is a direct contradiction. If you’re not black don’t say it. Period!

    • c_find

      Saddly a very hard concept for a lot of none black people

    • They won’t learn, not even if they have family members of another race. Quentin Gainz is running around quoting “Make white right” and he has a nephew who’s biracial. That’s why some of these biracial kids grow up with self-hate for part of their culture.

  • FrenchBug

    Also: worth pointing out that even if he had not used that word, his comment – belittling his barber’s AAVE accent as aggravating – would have still been very racist.
    The word made the racism underpinning that story more obvious, but I frankly have just as much, if not more, issues with whatever it is he was trying to say.

  • linger4444

    My God is he stupid lol. Well, stupid and racist!

    The gay community will still give him a pass because he’s attractive though.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fa506d6323a77b88ee7ed1303efc562979a5ce2f265f9af4dd5770312c0bd202.gif

    • IzzyKStep

      Sad but true :/

      • n24rc

        he’s getting read for filth on this blog, so I’m not sure if he is “getting a pass”

        • sxg

          I didn’t see gay twitter saying much about it before I went to bed. Let me go see if that’s changed.

          • n24rc

            Twitter sucks. I mean, look how it’s used by the President. Ugh.

          • n24rc

            Twitter is like the internet version of the ghetto, square miles shared between people who think alike. If you don’t venture out the different districts you don’t see it.

    • C A

      He ain’t that attractive. I canceled his boring ass years ago.

  • Xzamilloh

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4208eb361783170cc537651ae1ae25c648920dedc00ff3cf8768625fe9a6e416.gif

    I should probably be offended, but frankly, I refuse to entertain such brazen ignorance. Besides, porn is the one industry where we can’t claim that Trump emboldened racists to be more open. It’s always been there, and it’s always been ignored.

    And then putting the man’s face in the Insta story? He better hope to hell that no employees in that barbershop see it.

  • peter

    The work-boots and the jock . . . he’s tho butch!

    • some charge

      So your response to racism is making fun of the “gay accent”? Dude’s not even gay. But then you’re the same poster who says gays can’t be attracted to gays or can’t serve in the military.

      • peter

        Your words, not mine.

        I never said that gays can’t serve in the military, nor that gays can’t be attracted to gays. What I did was account for the success of g4p sites like the old SC in the setting of the sempiternal allure masculine-identified ‘straight’ men have for gays by repeating a harsh insight one of the greatest writers of modern times. Don’t blame me, blame Proust.

        But Bruno Bernal’s shtick isn’t jock like Abe or USMC. Rather he’s a macho-poseur tableaux vivant of a Tom of Finland cartoon. A model or producer who thinks most gays would find this alluring probably thinks we’re all a bunch of Percy Dovetonsils. I can see where some people get off on that stuff, but for me it’s just way too much of a good thing.

        • some charge

          You quoted some rabid homophobe who said exactly that to justify your “straight” fetish. And I repeat, Bruno likes pussy, he’s not gay, and people like you don’t believe in bisexuality. So why don’t you love this masculine-identified ‘straight’ man?

  • some charge

    With the ammount of casual homophobia in gay porn that gets completely ignored I couldn’t care about this…

    • >Messed up shit happing to you. You: “Why is no one talking about this messed up shit that’s happening?”
      >Messed up shit happening to someone else. You: _____________________________

    • onyx081

      “With the ammount of casual homophobia in gay porn that gets completely ignored I couldn’t care less about this”

      Translation: I’m a piece of shit who doesn’t care about anyone or anything that doesn’t directly affect me

      • some charge

        Why should I care when people like Brodie Sinclair, Sergeant Miles and Jake Porter get a free pass, not to mention the homophobic posters here

        • FrenchBug

          Sergeant Miles and Jake Porter get a free pass? You must be new here. They certainly don’t get a free pass from Zach or from us.

          • some charge

            but they’re still getting jobs even after defending Mike Fucking Pence

          • FrenchBug

            Indeed. And we are almost all as angry about it as you are.

  • paultacoma51

    That response is the definition of Trumpism. When you’re called out on something stupid/racist you said, DOUBLE DOWN! Then make even dumber, racist comments and attack those calling you out!

  • sxg

    Lol @ his profile info. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6415342bf8743f76e4d6b7e720000aca577492b6813f4f46e61f09b675ae75d5.png

    Clearly some cunts don’t practice what they preach.

    And it’s surprising that an israeli/lebanese man born in Brazil judges a person of another minority like that considering there are people who would label him a terrorist based on his ethnic background. But if he grew up in Brazil then it’s not all that surprising considering many white/ligher-skinned Brazilians don’t have the nicest things to say about black/darker skinned Brazilians.

    • Troy MacGyver SP

      I grew up in Rio and racism is awful there although it has gotten better. Back in the day everyone was white on television. The whiter you are the higher status you seem to obtain. Racism seems to be awful everywhere…

  • zlipe

    Hun, looking at his skin and being Brazilian it’s safe to say he is at least 20% black himself! Most of us have black genes from all the mixed ancestry
    If he is being racist he is just judging a group to which himself is part of

    • Capt. Obv

      I think…if you think that he’s aware of being ‘at least 20% Black,’ you’re giving him too much credit.

  • TheLisp
  • n24rc

    Well, I think the use of “faggot”, “nigga”, and “bitch” in rap music(https://genius.com/Lil-b-pretty-bitch-lyrics) doesn’t help matters.

    I don’t participate or buy rap music for this reason….

    Even if money is going to black entertainment and artists – the fact that the talent has to debase themselves and other minorities in order to appease white middle america (who is their biggest demo), shows there is a lot of bigotry and insensitivity that goes around.

    Many AA’s get riled up about black appropriation, but I don’t hear them do that for any artist like Eminem…who well, avoids using “nigga” because it denigrates blacks but with faggot its acceptable. I WAS THRILLED WHEN HIS ALBUM FLOPPED!

    Look at our president. This country is basically a factory of stereotypes in media, and minstrel shows. Purposefully “shooting-down” on lower classes, and not as the first amendment intended as satirizing those in power, or “shooting-up”.

    So, I can appreciate a lot of point a view on this topic, but I’m still not supporting that genre because it only confuses the issue for people.

    • Scrapple

      Not all rap artists use that word. Not all rap culture embraces that word. To dismiss an entire genre of music based on what you think it is says more about you than it does the people who make it. A lot of Country music talks about drinkin’ and carousin’. Am I going to attribute those characteristics to all Country music and musicians? No. If you choose to maintain preconceived notions about what things are, rather than allowing yourself to acknowledge what they could be, that’s on you.

      If you think Eminem was welcomed with open arms, you haven’t been paying attention. If you think Nicki Minaj wasn’t called out for her conflicting and patronizing treatment of homo culture (especially after she did a song with Em) you haven’t been paying attention. And if you think rap culture hasn’t made efforts to move away from the demonization of gays and “alternative lifestyles” with the inclusion of artists like Young Ma, Frank Ocean and Lil Uzi Vert, you haven’t been paying attention.

      Now, I’m not going to get into the fact you blatantly used a word you know is inflammatory (twice) during this conversation. Meanwhile I’m two comments in and haven’t used it once. Because it wasn’t necessary to make my point. But with respect to the word itself, if some Black people want to use it, that’s on them. Every group has words people within that group are allowed to use, but shouldn’t be used by outsiders. Every group. Italians. Asians. Jewish people. And on and on. And if you aren’t a part of that group and you know your use of that word is going to cause problems, don’t use it. It’s that simple. If not being granted the privilege of haphazardly using culturally-charged words which you know are offensive is going to negatively impact your day to day life, you have bigger problems that need addressing.

      • n24rc

        they are making money, they don’t give a crap.

        since you’ve invested defending a genre, cite instances of top selling rap artists not using any combinations of those remarks, including “no homo.”

        also, directly quoting lyrics isn’t directing it at people.

        • Scrapple

          Money has nothing to do with your statement. You stated someone wasn’t called out when he was.

          Will Smith. Citation completed. Now, would you like to discuss all the ways other genres of music present problematic imagery against women and gays? Because surely you’re not insinuating rap is the only genre which has that issue.

          Were you quoting lyrics to a song? No, you weren’t. You were using a word that you know is problematic. Did you need to use it? No. Did I use it? No. Just like I wouldn’t expect someone who isn’t a part of this community to start throwing out “f*g” I wouldn’t expect someone who isn’t a part of the Black community to start throwing out “ni**a.” Because it’s messy and lazy. But you do what you want. Just know that your use of the word combined with your apparent need to dismiss and discredit an entire genre of music typically associated with Black people wasn’t the least bit cute.

          • n24rc

            Oh, points for you, one person. ONE PERSON!

          • Scrapple

            Seriously, check the thread of this conversation. The comment you are now responding to, you already responded to. Apparently you’re still heated all these months later. Whatever.

          • n24rc

            Well, that ends the discussion on your point of “whatever.”

          • Scrapple

            Whatever is right.

      • complexmve

        Young M.A., Uzi and Frank Ocean have had their day in the sunshine, but will always be marginalized because they are gay. Black people in general will still not accept homosexuality. Don’t believe me? ask the ghost of Luther Vandross.

        Music is powerful and people take that for granted. if you don’t want others to say it, then DON’T FUCKING SAY IT.
        Step your bars up.

      • n24rc

        Scrapple, do you put down people who press you? Or just your nature to be a jerk on rando internet forums.

        • Scrapple

          So…you’re responding to a comment which you already responded to, two months ago, with an attitude over a conversation which has long since ended, but I’m the jerk. You’re making blanket statements about an entire genre of music and the culture it is associated with, and I’m the jerk. Okay.

    • Capt. Obv

      They’re not appeasing white middle America, dude. They’re making music that PEOPLE–including whites– just so happen to like. Trust me…middle America ain’t buying hip hop. And rap music fans don’t get riled up over Eminem because he doesn’t say things like “I hate when I go to a black barber and he speaks with a nigga accent.” I don’t even know what that means. I think he meant “Affect” but….anyway. As far the use of “Faggot,” lets not pretend that the rap community is the only one that uses it. It just so happens to fit your agenda at the moment. Kinda of an easy target.

      • n24rc

        He’s made a crappy statement, regardless of diverging opinions. But you cannot ignore how culture promotes this stupidity, its also a problem as well.

      • n24rc

        Exactly my point, the people are WHITE who buy it – so they are placating that class and group with a minstrel show. Rap had different acts and people before the genre shift in the late 80’s; acts weren’t all gangsta.

      • n24rc

        If I had the motivation I’d find a rolling eye gif…but I don’t.

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    • Edith Pilaf

      GTFOH with your whataboutism.

      • n24rc

        You can leave this board, I don’t have to do squat.

        Whataboutism is a card pulled when people don’t like facts that don’t agree with their worldview.

  • Scrapple

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1b5ef2018c5d6a5d19857271f632eb0e93a83c42ab8941a149f566ec3fba6900.gif

    So you’ll immerse yourself in our culture by fucking our men an patronizing our barbers, but then you’ll turn around and make insensitive, uneducated and derogatory comments about us? Fuck all of that and fuck you. It’s amazing how Black people in this country aren’t just allowed to be. If you talk “proper” you’re trying to act White. If you talk “urban” you’re a hoodrat. If you display anger in public you’re a typical angry Black person. I start growing out my naturally curly hair, and my boss makes a comment about like my “ghetto look.” Colin Kaepernick kneels at football games to protest police violence against Black people and suddenly he’s a thug. It just never ends and I’m beyond sick of it. Bruno is a person of color. And as far as I know he’s gay. When you’re part of two marginalized groups, the last thing you should be doing is engaging in hate speech. And no amount of bigotry is going to change the fact that there are people in this country who will look at you with the same hatred they view us with. Because there is going to come a time when you’ll be in a situation where someone will do to you what you have done to this young man. And it won’t be pretty, but it’ll be what you deserve.

    Also, I have to state how fucking hilarious it is that Bruno is talking about another person’s way of speaking when his syntax is all fucked up. Get your grammar together before you start coming for someone else’s way of speaking. And since Mr. Bernal is all about context, I’d suggest he investigate the historical context surrounding the original ghettos in this country. Who was living in those ghettos? It sure as fuck wasn’t Black people.

    • C A

      Same.

      Also, this is the fucknut that brought his dad to his porno shoot. All kinds of Sadness pouring out of this one.

    • dqh257

      This is a great use of the Dominique BB19 GIF. Thank you for this.

      • Scrapple

        It’s about the only use I have for her.

    • Billy C

      “When you’re part of two marginalized groups, the last thing you should be doing is engaging in hate speech.“ Amen brother. But nobody should – we’re all participating in the marginalization of the human race by engaging in this behavior.

  • The fact that he continued to double down when confronted about it was just gross. The more I read it, the worse it gets. And all of this complaining for what? The way the dude talks? In his own place of employment? For fuck’s sake, that’s not even casual racism, that’s straight up Jim Crow shit. It’s not enough that people of color are marginalized every single day in this country for the color of their skin, but now they have to TALK a certain way because some prostitute on the internet with an instagram account says they should? He doesn’t need to just apologize for the word, he needs to apologize for the entire shit-train of thought.

    Shame on this moron. People are telling gay people to “talk less gay” every day. He should know better. And even if he doesn’t know better, he should be teachable instead of literally pasting emojis over any alternative point of view so he doesn’t have to learn anything.

    Fuck this guy. Any studio that employees this jackass stands by his words and we need to hold them accountable.

  • James Johnson III

    Of course he jumped to the “I’ve dated Black people! I can’t be racist!” defense. It’s just one step up from “Some of my best friends are Black” defense and it is just as fucking sad. It makes me feel bad that I own scenes he is in but I realize it was purely because he got paired with people much hotter than himself (like Jason Vario). Now I really have to look and see how willing I am to keep those scenes

    • c_find

      Frankly porn is so filled with racist people, the only thing you might have lest to watch is gay bestiality porn.

      • James Johnson III

        It’s disgusting. Where are the normal Gay porn stars who aren’t racist, G4P, Trump-supporting, drama-fueled jerks. I swear it’s like trying to find a leprechaun

  • nodoubtfan

    More racists in gay porn. Fuck Bruno Bernal and that piss-poor “but my boyfriend is Black” explanation.

  • Joel

    Talking about proper vocabulary, when he can’t even use proper sentence structure and grammar. Like, fuck off pretentious fuck.

  • Ricky

    Bruno is beyond vile. End of story.

  • Pablo Hernandez

    There’s no common consensus that the word ‘faggot’ should not be used, or is taboo to use if you aren’t gay. I got into many altercations in college with the black people on my dorm floor because they had absolutely no issue using the word fag, or faggot, as liberally as they please, all day long, shouting it down the hall ways, but if even one person borderline said any variation of the n-word, we had to have a floor meeting to discuss diversity and racial sensitivity. Complete bullshit. I’ll toe the line, because that’s the society we live in, but if you are a black person, and persecute people for using the n-word, but also freely use fag, or faggot, without being LGBT, you are a disgusting hypocrite, and deserve to be called that which other people can’t call you.

    • jacob221

      difference is

      black people would be forced to apologize and be protested against and might lose their jobs
      while people like bruno will make up excuse after excuse and have no repercussions

      • Bill Beumel

        I recognize that people’s lived experiences will be different, but I could not disagree more. Right now consequences for offensive language belong exclusively to white people, any other minority seems to be free to be as offensive as they want.

    • onyx081

      You didn’t need to write all that. Just say you hate black people and GTFO! I swear you racists think you’re slick thinking that you can come in and derail the conversation and try to flip it and use this situation to demonize and attack black people. FOH!

      • Pablo Hernandez

        The point I had to make wasn’t about Bruno, it was about the way minority groups respond to the slurs used against them. I am not addressing white people calling gay people faggots, because there is not a slur used against white people that they get defensive about. If you would like to discuss why many minority groups are the targets of offensive slurs, but for some reason the n-word being used against black people is placed on the almighty altar of slurs, I’d be happy to engage in that debate. Black people are not entitled to be *more* offended by being called the n-word than a gay person is from being called a faggot. Hate speech is hate speech, it’s not more hateful just because you’re black.

        • onyx081

          You want to have a discussion about general hate speech, fine, then go find an article about general hate speech and do it there, but you don’t come in derailing a discussion about one group of victims proclaiming “Hey, what about this or what about that?” It seems like any time black people want to discuss any issue they face, someone always wants to pop up with their “whatabouts” in an effort to minimize, dismiss and invalidate them

          It’s like when people say “All Lives Matter” whenever black people say “Black Lives Matter.” No one is saying that all lives don’t matter, but that’s not what’s being discussed right now. People like that don’t actually give a shit about the issue they just want to shut black people up

          If you made post on a site about being the victim of homophobia I wouldn’t come barging in saying “But what about (insert marginalized group)” and then proceed to rant about another issue that’s not relevant to what’s currently being discussed

          • Pablo Hernandez

            If I made a post about being the victim of homophobia at the hands of black people, and started bashing black people on that metric alone, and you started telling me a story about all the gay people who call you the n-word, I would hear you and understand that we have a shared experience. I wouldn’t immediately counter and let you know why my being called a faggot was MORE offensive, and a bigger deal.

            Which brings me back to my original point. Is it MORE offensive to be called the n-word than to be called faggot? Or no? Equally offensive?

      • Pablo Hernandez

        I just wanna point out that you are defending the rights of straight black people to use the term ‘faggot’ as freely as they please. Begin debate.

        • onyx081

          “I just wanna point out that you are defending the rights of straight black people to use the term ‘faggot’ as freely as they please.”

          I’m not defending anything. I’m just pointing out the fact that you seem to only care about it when black people do it. As if homophobia is somehow exclusive to black people

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Sooo…. I called out straight black people who are offended by the n-word, but also feel entitled to use the word ‘faggot’ as freely as they please when they are not LGBT. Let me know which part of that you have an issue with. I’d be equally offended by any other person protesting some sort of slur while freely using the word ‘faggot’ if they weren’t LGBT. This article specifically pertains to black people, and I’ve had specific, relevant experiences to the subject in relation to being called a faggot by straight black people.

            Why do I have to validate my perspective to you? Something about that seems discriminatory. Like you don’t believe MY struggle.

          • Scrapple

            I’m sorry, but to act as if straight Black people are the only ones to flippantly use that word is laughable. Straight White America doesn’t use it just as often? We live in a society where “gay” has become synonymous with “stupid.” And that has encompassed ALL of society, not just Black society. But instead of focusing your attention on anyone who uses that word, you’re trying to present it as only being a Black people problem, because through your collegiate experiences, you’ve established a problem with Black people. That’s your issue, not anyone else’s. And it’s not okay to use whatever experiences you’ve had with Black people as an excuse to treat all Black people the same. Treat people how you want to be treated, until they give you a reason to do otherwise. It’s not that difficult.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Nobody suggested black people are the only ones to flippantly say faggot. Your reading comprehension is failing you. If you can provide me with a racial slur that targets white people, that white people tend to be offended by, one that white people tend to be free to call each other but it is considered taboo by anyone else to use, then I could complete the comparison in reference to white people. What I find to be exceptional is the size of the backlash against the n-word as opposed to any of the other slurs used. A question none of you defenders have yet to answer: do you find use of the n-word equally as offensive as faggot, or do you find the n-word to be MORE offensive than the word faggot? If you agree they are equally offensive, I don’t understand why we have an issue. If you believe the n-word to be MORE offensive than the word faggot, please explain your reasoning to me.

            Or feel free to keep targeting me with your straw man racism accusations.

          • Scrapple

            My reading comprehension is fine. You sat up here and tried to make this a conversation about people using slurs and then being mad when slurs are used against them. And how exactly does that have an bearing on the topic at hand? Do you know that his man is a straight Black man who uses gay slurs? No. Do you even know that his man is straight? No. You know nothing about him other than what Bruno presented. You know nothing of his character other than what Bruno presented. And you took that to mean “Of course he must be the type who disparages Black people.” You mad assumptions about someone based on someone else’s preconceived notions, and used that to justify your own preconceived notions. Now you want to make it about slur severity? Please. And if you think White people don’t have words other people shouldn’t use, you must not have watched The Sopranos. I would never use some of the words which were used on that show. Because I’m not stupid. And I’m not hateful. Use whatever words you want to use. But don’t try to act like your own hatred and bigotry isn’t coloring your perspective.

            It’s not about one word being more offensive than another. They’re all bad and they all shouldn’t be used. That’s the whole point. You’re looking for excuses to justify your ignorance. What one Black person of there does and says has nothing to do with what I do or say. I’d rather be treated as person rather than being judged by how you think other Black people act. I shouldn’t have to tell someone named “Pablo Hernandez” that stereotyping an entire group of people isn’t cool. Funny you have so much to say about Black people using gay slurs, yet I don’t recall you saying a solitary word about Michael Lucas and his “Fag Fuckers” series. I guess your outrage is conditional.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Unless you are a straight black person who feels entitled to use the word ‘faggot’, or are a defender of such a person, you don’t really have standing to continue the discussion.

          • Scrapple

            It’s not a discussion. It’s simply a way for you to explain away your bigotry. It would be a discussion if the man in question was proven to be a straight Black person who uses that word. That was proven. It was assumed, because you have issues with Black people you’re already discussed. Your issue, not mine. Be blessed and remain bigoted.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Your solidarity with straight black people who feel entitled to say faggot is impressive.

          • Scrapple

            Yep. That’s exactly what I did, say it was okay for straight Black people to spew gay slurs. Boy, your hatred is so ingrained in you you’ll use anything to justify it. I feel sorry for you. I hope one day you grow up and realize not every Black person you’ll meet in the real world is like the Black people who mistreated you in college. Of course, if you treat them with that expectation before they even give you the chance to show you who they are and they respond accordingly, then really all that does is prove your point. And really, enabling your bigotry seems to be all you care about anyway. So by all means, have at it.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            See, the only thing I’ve said I’m against is straight black people who think it’s okay to say faggot, and people who think the n-word is a bigger deal than faggot. I didn’t reference Bruno, or his barber. I made no generalized statements about black people. If you felt the need to respond to me, it’s because you identified with the group that I targeted, Let me know when you figure out what, exactly, offended you (feel free to use quotes.) If that’s not what you’re responding to, then you are making up your own shit to respond to (i.e. straw man arguments)

          • Scrapple

            Sure. That’s what happened. Ok.

          • Billy C

            Almost as good at revisionist history as Nancy Pelosi this week? 😱

          • Scrapple

            For real. I know what I read. I know it had nothing to do with the topic at hand. But trying to rationalize with a bigot isn’t easy. That was more about illustrating his ignorance who other people who happen to read the posts. Sometimes that’s enough.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            If there was something for you to quote you would have quoted it already. Feel free to project other experiences in your life onto me.

          • Scrapple

            Said the man who felt the need to inform everyone about his collegiate experiences with Black people. Keep telling yourself you’re not a bigot. You believe it and that’s all that matters.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            The other possibility is that you do, in fact, agree that the n-word is a bigger deal for non-black people to use than faggot is for non-LGBT people to use. You won’t openly say you agree, but your tribalism compels you to defend all black people, even the straight ones who like to say faggot. Please quote the intolerant and hateful things that I said about black people when discussing my collegiate experiences, those opinions and prejudices about black people I shared in that statement upon which you have decided it is appropriate to call me a bigot. Remember, use quotes.

          • Scrapple

            Yes. That’s exactly how I feel. Which is why not once in these interactions with you have I used that word (other than in the Lucas title) and yet you’ve used it countless times. Sure.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Your reluctance to use the word faggot yourself has no necessary bearing on your opinion of straight black people who do, unless in this moment you are self-identifying as someone who is non-LGBT, and you also believe I am non-LGBT. I am very queer, and further have not actually directed the term faggot at anyone as a slur in this exchange. There’s no reason I can’t use faggot as often as I deem appropriate.

          • Scrapple

            You’re right. Everything you’ve said here is right and appropriate. Thank you for alerting me to the fact that Black straight people are collectively horrible and homophobic. Thank you for letting me know that I suffer from tribalism, and as such I’m incapable of going against other Black people. All this time I thought I was an individual with my own thoughts and experiences. Clearly that is not the case, and in addition to being judged against the thought and actions of every other Black person, I also have to listen to what the Black Hive Mind tells me. You’re never too old to learn new things about yourself. And for that, I give you thanks.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            I just want to see the quotes that back up all of the offensive assumptions you made about me. If you have nothing to quote, it was all bullshit.

          • Scrapple

            If that’s what you think, that’s all that matters.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Show me the quotes! You said I’m bigoted, in our culture that’s a pretty low bar to prove, surely there is one bigoted statement I made that you can quote to make your case!

          • Scrapple

            Your own words are right here on this post. If after reading them you strongly feel nothing you wrote was inappropriate, offensive or bigoted, than me quoting those words is a waste of time. You’ve already made up your mind that you are without fault and the things you’ve written are proven and justified based on your experiences. So again, if that’s what you believe, that’s what you believe. It’s not my job to illuminate you. If you truly wanted that you wouldn’t need someone else to tell you where you went wrong. Keep doing you, keep living your life, and keep believing whatever it is you believe about yourself and others. I’m not in the habit of beating myself up over someone else’s stubbornness and ignorance.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            “It’s not my job to illuminate you.” And yet you tried so many different straw man angles out on me before you gave up.

          • Scrapple

            Yes, giving up is what my people do best. In addition to spewing hatred and not being able to think for ourselves.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            Either I said nothing you disagree with, you believe the n-word being used by non-black people is just as offensive as the word faggot being used by non-LGBT people, and you wasted a TON of time trying to beat me up for things you are used to seeing other people write but were never opined by me, or you think that the n-word is more offensive than the word faggot, but you haven’t attempted to defend that viewpoint yet. Any other response is irrelevant and a straw man argument. I’m not sure what else you have to argue against, as you haven’t quoted anything else.

          • Scrapple

            I’ve already stated my feelings about all slurs being bad and nobody should use them. I’ve already illustrated the fact that even though I’m part of this community I don’t make it a point of using the F slur, which would indicate I wouldn’t be cool with it being used by straight Black people. But still you want to insist you know what I’m about based on nothing more than me being Black. Just like you insisted you knew what this barber was about based on the same things and what Bruno said. You’ve already proven what you’re about. You’ve already shown me and anyone else who reads this exchange what your viewpoint is. There is nothing for me to prove, because you’ve already provided proof with your words, your assumptions, your arrogance and your misconceptions and preconceptions. I owe you nothing.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            I don’t insist I know what you’re about, I’m letting you know that there are only two responses to my initial point, agree or disagree. I’m very unclear about why it was like pulling teeth to get you to say you agree they are equally offensive. I haven’t insisted I know anything about the barber, or Bruno, and nowhere have I said or implied anything about either of them. Once again, please provide some quotes for your accusations.

            Show me the quotes! What did I say about Bruno and/or his barber! Show me the quotes!

          • Scrapple

            What are you even talking about? In my second response to you I wrote It’s not about one word being more offensive than another. They’re all bad and they all shouldn’t be used. That’s the whole point. Feel free to scroll up and look at the last paragraph. It’s right there. No teeth pulling involved. You just were so wrapped up in your own prejudice that you refused to acknowledge what was clearly stated. And yes, you did imply something about the barber. You implied he was a straight Black person who uses gay slurs and therefore shouldn’t be offended when a slur is used against him. Because if you didn’t feel that way about the barber, why even introduce your slur theory into the conversation? It had NOTHING to do with the story at hand. You wanted an outlet to make blanketed and bigoted comments because some Black people in college did you wrong and you took an opportunity to justify your feelings. That’s what happened. If you can’t see that, it’s whatever.

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          • Pablo Hernandez

            I implied absolutely nothing about the barber. Sounds like you made a pretty big assumption, and that’s why you’re now making an ass out of yourself. This post exemplified the typical tar-and-feather response that is brought out against anyone who is not black and uses the n-word, and I don’t see that same type of response, to the same degree, for other offensive slurs. Agree to disagree, that is the only point I have made. Everywhere else your brain goes on the issue is full of your personal assumptions and biases, and shows that you are just as bigoted as you would like to claim anyone else is.

            PLEASE quote where I said something about the barber. PLEASE quote where I implied something about the barber. Because otherwise you are making discriminatory assumptions about someone, and you are the biased person in this conversation.

          • Billy C

            I don’t consider myself a bigot, and further I know I’m not. But I do sometimes marvel at other people’s standards and tricks of insinuation. I have used the words “faggot” and “fag” about one of “our own” and about myself, yet I don’t like when a black person uses the “n-word”. Upon reflection, I should probably check my own self reference and not used the (well that one anyway!) “f-word”.

            But raising it to the concept and purpose, we should all be quick to identify true bigotry, prejudice and racism and call it out when it occurs. Quicker than we should be to attempt to criticize and trick one another into being vulnerable to spurious attacks. Don’t others outside of “our own” attack us enough already?

            We have recently adopted a 15 year old son, who had the occasion to request that we flag him if he ever says or does anything we think is racist. Upon further discussion he said that one of his friends, who happens to be white, told him it’s inevitable that he’s racist, because he’s white. I’m still pondering that . . .

          • Scrapple

            For me, I’m not really in the habit of using either word, unless it’s for a specific purpose. And I definitely don’t use it in mixed company, because that’s just asking for trouble. But everyone has their own comfort level with respect to words like those.

            Adoption is a commendable thing, and it’s great that at your son’s age he’s already conscious about issues like this and wants to be on the right side of it. As for the friend’s comment, I wouldn’t lose too much sleep over it. And that’s a pretty shitty thing to say to someone, even if it’s something you believe. Because if you really feel someone is predestined to become that, and you’re telling them that’s what they’ll become, what incentive do they have to not become that? Everyone’s truth is not the same, and just because this kid thinks he knows what your son’s truth will be, ultimately his opinion means nothing.

          • Billy C

            All true. I NEVER use that “f-word” in mixed company. And as far as my son’s “friend” and his prognostication, I’ll Say that my concern is that peer pressure can push or at least affect other teens’ realities, and I don’t want my son’s to be tilted by such an ignoramus!

    • cluelesswitness

      The way you turned an open discussion about racism into a conversation about yourself is quite impressive. I mean it’s narcissistic, but impressive. Also I have no idea who your comment is for — because I’m pretty there aren’t any STRAIGHT black people on this website, but you do you sis.

      • Pablo Hernandez

        Right, because the only possible reason for responding to unfounded character attacks the attacker refuses to justify is malignant narcissism.

        • cluelesswitness

          The structure of your sentence hurts my eyes. Syntax exist for a reason, honey bun.
          Also I don’t think you know what the word “unfounded” means.

          • Pablo Hernandez

            That seems discriminatory. Don’t judge me on the way my culture speaks.

  • Edith Pilaf

    bernal.fraud thinks because he loves black D he can use the N word. GTFOH

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  • Dot Beech

    He has just thrown himself into the Colby Keller Dustbin of Self-Inflicted Gay Porn History.

    Bye, Felicia!

    • Throw Tegan Zayne in there, too.

  • MarkyMark775@outlook.com

    Words from a whore, enough said…bye Felicia

  • ViktorTausk

    He must be tortured and executed for that!

  • Nanaudran

    If he still has that boyfriend after this…

    • If his boyfriend is that stupid.

  • Badbike

    You know…I love when people do some racist shit cuz when they get called out for it, the first thing they do is throw out all their black friends and dick they have ever come into contract with like displaying their Poke’mon collection or something.

    • jsn38

      Because those are usually the ones that will let them sit around and use the word without slapping the dog shit out of them! I’ve dating plenty of white men, had tons of white friends, but they knew that still didn’t give them carte blanche to EVER say the N word around me! Even if it was in a song I bet they skipped over it like a prostitute at Sunday service!

    • Friends and family members. I remember Cameron Parks from Helix used the N-word and the first thing he said was that he has Black friends and has earned the right to use it. Wonder what kind of Black friends he has and if Marcell Tykes is okay with him saying that stupid shit.

  • Jim Steele

    Nobody gets a pass with this hate word, as far as I’m concerned. Not you Bruno and not your black lovers either. Okay?

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  • Johnny

    Here’s my surprised face: 😐. The dude spews out nasty language about different groups of people all the time.

    • He must not know he’s not pretty enough for lasting power in porn.

  • CamCam

    I think it’s safe to say that Bruno is cancelled lol 👍🏽

  • BLACKjHAMMER

    Maybe the reason why he can’t keep any of his black bfs is because of all the NIGGER comments !!!

  • Here we go with another ignorant asshole who says something with a racial slur only to follow it up with that tired-ass excuse of “I’ve dated [insert race] people” or “I have X amount of [insert race] friends”. I’m sick and tired of that being there go-to reason. If what you say is true then you would have enough respect for your significant others, family and friends to not use that. We’ve seen this shit with Quentin Gainz who has a biracial nephew and we’ve seen it with several others. Shit is old.

  • Put a foot in his ass.

  • Maximus

    I refuse to be offended by any word or phrase in and of itself and irrespective of intent. Doing so would be the linguistic equivalent of sharpening the enemy’s sword. What makes Bruno’s comments offensive to me is the fact that he’s attempting to be derogatory and insulting, not to mention his perpetuation of negative stereotypes and racist tropes. Also, is he an idiot? How is this ho going to argue context when the context is blatantly racist? Why is she coming for other people’s grammar when she can barely string a coherent sentence together?

  • Seth Sexton

    Chyle please. I cannot stand people who respond to insensitive behavior by stating how many black dicks they’ve ridden or the number of Black Judys they kiki with over the phone. Just stop it.

  • Scrapple

    Lots of people told AIDS victims that. Fear and ignorance can prompt people to say horrible things. Will went on to play a gay character who was most likely positive in Six Degrees of Separation. His son plays with gender identity. People are allowed to grow and change.

    What you’re not going to do is act like a dumb moment from a rapper is enough to condemn the entire genre as being hateful. Because that comment takes nothing away from Salt-N-Pepa doing “Let’s Talk About AIDS.” Or Left Eye wearing a condom eye patch. Or all of the countless other artists who took a stand for what they knew was write, and tried to educate people. Think what you want about rap music. But your stubbornness to acknowledge the good is has done speaks volumes.

    • n24rc

      I don’t think Will is an example of rap. He’s an actor now, and playing the GAME to get work. Different animal.

      • Scrapple

        So he was a rapper when he made the comments you cited, but he’s not considered to be a rapper now, therefore he’s a different animal and can’t be used as an example. Okay.

  • David Siegel

    For someone who can’t stand the “ghetto accent” or non-standard English (and for the record, I don’t like hearing anyone butcher the English language, white, black, etc.), you would think he would keep his big mouth shut, given his embarrassing misuse of English. He wrote so many grammatically incorrect words and conjugations that I lost track. So, not only is his rant misplaced, but he has no basis for complaining about the incorrect use of language by others, when he, himself can’t speak or write properly.