Sylvester Stallone calls photographer n-word

Sylvester Stallone has been caught on video using the n-word as photographers follow him on a street. It’s not clear if any of the photographers were African-American, but as he turns the corner, he turns back to look at the camera and says to a member of his entourage, ““This f*cking ni**er here, this f*cker.” After he’s turned the corner, a female photographer asks Stallone, “Why the racial slurs?” He ignored her. The video was posted on TMZ, which also recently posted a video of Alec Baldwin circling a car with his current wife and daughter inside, threatening everyone in sight and calling one photographer a “c**ksucking f*g” as his wife pleads for him to get in the car.  In another video, he told a Fox news reporter, “If you’re still here when my wife and kid come out, you’re going to have a big problem, you know that don’t ya?” He then added, while walking inside his building, “You ARE as dumb as you look.”

On the same day, he was videoed in another confrontation with a photographer that shows Alec pushing a photographer. He then lunges at the man and smacks his camera, knocking it to the ground. The photographer says, “You shoved me into a car.” Alec replies, “You tried to hit me with a camera.” When the photographer denies it, Alec threatens: “You take a walk … you don’t wanna get hurt, do ya?”

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  1. Anson • November 15, 2013 @ 2:55 PM

    They’re both bad, but Baldwin is out of control. He’s like a rampaging gorilla, puffing out his chest like he has to protect his wife and daughter from some terrible threat. They’re photographers for christ sake. I hope one of them stands up to him one day. He’s not that tough. He cried in court because he has a stalker. Jsut punch him in his ugly face and see how tough he is then.

  2. Jason • November 15, 2013 @ 3:36 PM

    The Fox reporter should’ve said to Baldwin, if you lay one hand on me, then you’re as stupid as YOU look.

  3. Jonathan • November 15, 2013 @ 4:41 PM

    Neither is worse. There is no excuse for foolish language, however there is even less excuse for idiots with cameras to be near people in this manner. This so-called job of photographing celebrities is shameful and the tactics they use even more so. Acting is a job, it just happens it has a more public aspect to it in that we all see and know the faces and the work being done…nobody wants to follow the life saving doctors or the tech guys that keep things running behind the scenes of our everyday lives, so why bother making a separate set of rules just because celebs jobs are to be in front of the camera for our entertainment? They are NOT paid to be on the clock after the film stops rolling. Everyone deserves their downtime…if everyday fans come up, no problem, however photographers in this field are a terrible breed.

  4. Trevor • November 15, 2013 @ 5:06 PM

    It is perfectly fine to call someone exactly what they are. Stallone did just that and is completely justified in doing so.

  5. Mike • November 16, 2013 @ 1:38 AM

    Thats the media for you, like to start fires and sell gossip. I heard Neither there. They could have been looking for something and Sly said neither there, as in well its not here either lets keep walking. TMZ did the same thing when Sly lost his son Sage , they continued to use drugs and empty bottles , then the next day it was different again now he was a drug dealer. YOu can’t believe anything from TMZ there in the business of making problems and stirring the pot. Stallone has worked along many black actors, Starting from the beginning with Rocky. And for those who may say that just acting. Well he didnt’ have to hire any black actors for his movies in the future and in The Expendables. Again just the media trying to start friction. Tmz is the lowest of the low. IF your still not sure Nig- ger is two Syllables) you can’t clearly hear what Sly said but there is definately 3 words used like( leave her there )

  6. get_real • November 16, 2013 @ 5:00 AM

    If blacks can call other blacks the “n” word then so can everyone else. It’s a word and doesn’t actually hurt. The English used the term for anyone non English back before Americans in the 50’s and 60’s ruined it. Read some history books and realize Arabs, East Indians, Asians, anyone non English was called it.

    People need to stop living in a nanny state harden the hell up.

  7. TheTruth • November 18, 2013 @ 1:39 PM

    Isn’t the n word offensive because it reminds blacks of a time when slavery was ruling?

    About the article, I’m confused to see an article titled “Sylvester Stallone calls photographer n-word”

    Which barely makes up half the article. Then the article goes on to talk about Alec Baldwin who as far as I know has nothing to do with Sylvester Stallone…

    Did tribute not have enough material to write two separate articles? Or is it just that celebrities who use racial and homophobic slurs are just categorized under the same umbrella?

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