Whenever a famous person turns crazy -- and we've pointed out that it can happen to even the most respected celebrities (you're next, Betty White) -- their fans will solemnly step back and say to their fallen idol, "We're not going to fawn over you until you get your shit together." Just kidding! They'll react by defending their absolutely indefensible celebrity hero, which leads to deranged overreactions such as these ...
4 Paula Deen Fans Are Redefining Racism
As you may have heard, professional TV chef and walking parody of Southern values Paula Deen recently admitted to dropping the N-bomb and outright lamented the fact that we don't have singing and dancing slaves anymore. So yeah, she's either A) a racist or B) cursed with an undiagnosed mental condition where "Song of the South" plays on a loop in her brain 24/7.
Numerous Facebook Groups have cropped up in Deen's defense, with a recurring argument being "She's not racist because n***** n***** n*****." Seriously, some fans are arguing that no one should feel offended by the N-word ... unless, of course, you are the N-word.
Triple exclamation points: the call sign of any well-thought-out argument.