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NewSpring Mega Church Pastor Perry Noble Got Gangsta And Let A "nigga" Slip.


Lord, have mercy the internet is going in on South Carolina Mega Church Pastor Perry Noble for trying to sound so hip that he accidently let the word "nigga" slip during a sermon on Christmas Eve.
 In no way, do I believe Perry Noble, to be a racist just because he let the "N" word slip during his sermon, he could very well be one of those hardcore gangsta rap fans who does not want anyone to know. Who knows what playing in one's ear.  But, I do believe if pastors/preachers/teachers would keep personal stories out of their sermon they would not find themselves in this kind of trouble. If you don't believe me, ask Pastor Jamal Bryant: These Hoes Ain't loyal!  

 
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  1. He used it properly, I doubt the person who he was talking about is black, he seems down to earth and if he has a ton of black friends (I don't know) or grew up in a hood environment or speaking slang he gets a pass. I don't see this as racist.

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  2. I'm more offended that the church lied and claimed he didn't say it. So what if he said, "nigga"?
    He's telling a story about what he said to a friend. Maybe he's one of those guys who likes to call his friends, "nigga."

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  3. Honestly, I'm not convinced. It very well might have been a flub, or he could have just caught himself before finishing his thought. The recording a saw went up to that moment, repeated that part like a skip, then seemed to jump ahead.
    It just seems to close to call

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  4. He never should have did this, but the let's face it. Hop-Hip culture and the constant use of the N-word for over 25 years by these rappers are more of the blame.

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  5. Yell he said it. Folk need to stop being so dam dishonest and politically correct. Thing is many racist whites are christians. Fact....AND many whites use that word just like Blacks when speaking now. I can tell a racist white person who uses this word in comparison to one who has adopted this word and uses it as Blacks do. I hear MANY people, whites included, who call each other "nigga" these days. White folks even say, "my nigga" to other whites, to their own loved ones and friends. There's a difference. Believe me, Blacks can usually tell easily when (racist) whites say that word and mean it. If he's racist, I don't give a dam. We do live in an anti-Black world and society. That's their problem, not ours.

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  6. Yea, he said it. But I don't care. He didn't use it in a derogatory way. He seems like the type of person that has black friends and they refer to each other in that way. Sounds like it was an interesting sermon. What is it they say, eat the fruit and spit out the seed. (ps the seed is "nigga")

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  7. I go to this church, sometimes. This surprises me, because I really have never thought of him as racist and the New Spring itself is very inclusive of all people. I'm not sure just what to make of this, because I didn't clearly hear him enunciate that word. So I don't want to co-sign this pastor using the n-word.

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  8. Candy Crush SagaSunday, 04 January, 2015

    Yup! He so said it. I don't agree with the use of the word by anyone, but he clearly did not mean harm. I don't condone it, but I don't condemn him either. Not in the context of this sentence. He gets the same level of I don't think it's cool to use that word, just like anyone else would get. NOT MORE. I actually find him kind of likable.

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  9. Ms. Ann, I agree I don't think he means it racist. You can tell he probably has minority friends and I think it was just a slip. Normally I'm the first one to call on the racistness but I seriously don't think he meant it like that.

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  10. Yes he said it...so what? He said it in the same context that most of us who use it say it. He obviously either group in our neighborhood or is very young from this new generation that arent black but refer to each other that way. Next topic.

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  11. He ain't no racist, listen to how he said it. Like he was talking to one of his homies and he got to comfortable with his audience like he is with his homie. Mofos always wanna throw that racist ish out there and now ain't the time to force BS propaganda on a dude that ain't even racist.

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  12. Ann I don't think that was intentional either. I also think we lose the wind beneath our wings when we assume every white person is racist. To some extent, everyone has a little bit of ignorance about some culture. It's like white people have to walk on eggshells because any little thing they say can be deemed "racist" and they lose their entire life behind it. I think we need to really emphasize efforts on exploiting people who use their power to oppress, the institutional constructs and systems that are the real weapons in racism, not words out of context. Cmon. The way he said it seemed like he was talking about his homies. If he was Black it would be acceptable. By the way, how do we know he is not Black? That's another discussion about colorism. This isn't news. It's propaganda to keep people divided. We kill our own voices with this mess.

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    1. Juanita, yeah he said it... I wasn't offended because he wasn't referring to a black person when he said it, he didn't use it in a racist hateful way, he used it in the same context as most black people use it. No he is not black and we normally don't like white people to use the word, but maybe we should stop using it too.

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    2. Agreed...my kids are mixed and I teach them to not use that word or let others call them that as well as other terms and hurtful phrases...no matter color, nationality, or even sexuality... As grown ups if we stop teaching our young people to be hateful to others it may improve the human race.

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  13. I don't think he said it at all... it sounds like it because we're hearing it 3 times in a row, no doubt, but if you listen to his other sermons he tends to stutter and flub his words all the time especially when he goes high pitched like he did there. If it were a racial slur, I guarantee the church would edit it out of the online posting, but they didn't so I do not think that he was saying "nigga" at all.

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    1. He SAID IT AS CLEAR as ANY word can be said. The thing is he is not using it as a way to insult a black person.

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  14. He definitely said it. I am white, and it is as offensive as hell to me. He also commented about how his wife, Lucretia, was white I the same sermon. Not funny nor necessary, and another example of his racism. This church preys upon the poor unchurched folk of SC, luring them in with trying to be "hip." The most offensive part of this church is that he tries mightily to get his members to tithe 10% of the gross salary, putting many of them in dire straits with the promise that "Jesus" will provide. God help all of them.

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