Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Dante's Inferno : Star Hurls Racial Slurs Like Beads at Mardi Gras

Today's career suicide is brought to you by Peter Dante, who had a supporting role in most of Adam Sandler's movies. He was thrown out of a Santa Monica Hotel last week for hurling racial slurs at a member of the staff (who Dante later referred to as "an Uncle Tom"), "N**ga do you know who I am? I'm a black belt and you're a black person, I will f*ck you up."

 If that line had been in an Adam Sandler movie it would be the funniest ever written for him.

 And there's this when he spotted a worker on the street, "Hey Mexican, this is Santa Monica, do you know where you are? We don't need you." Hey Peter, news flash... Mexicans were there first. 

When TMX confronted him on the street he freely admitted on camera to throwing around the N-Bomb, after all his 'black friends' like NBA star Marcus Camby have no beefs with it. I'll bet by the end of the day we'll find out just how cool Marcus Camby thinks it is, "Homeboy."

The TMZ reporter stated that Dante threatened to, "have Suge Knight, Busta Rhymes and Adam Sandler come to my house and 'f*ck me up." But really, Dante isn't a hateful person because according to him, "[TMZ founder] Harvey Levin? You can suck my d*ck too, you f**got."

Congratulations Peter Dante, you've humiliated yourself worse than being in an Adam Sandler movie! No easy feat...