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Sony Exec Made Off-Color Remark About TV Being “The New Black Baby”

These Sony hacked emails are just disgusting…

According to RadarOnline reports:

Sony co-chair Amy Pascal’s off-color jokes about President Obama weren’t the only racial comments found in her hacked e-mails, has exclusively learned. The beleaguered industry exec is now under fire for referring to television as “the new black baby,” in an apparent slam against color-blind celebs who have adopted black children, like Angelina Jolie, Sandra Bullock and Charlize Theron.

According to emails, Pascal wrote the term while trying to soothe the hurt feelings of Sony Television President Steve Mosko, who was offended that he was not told about a major TV deal that Sony was about to announce last July. Mosko wrote to Pascal that he only learned about the deal when asked to review the news release.

“Once again, this will cause major confusion in the television group because he has never talked to me or anyone else in our group and I will have to be on the defensive with my own team and not sure what to say to outside world …” Mosko wrote.

Pascal replied that the deal was primarily about feature films “but like everyone with half a brain these days television is the thing they want to do.”

She told Mosko he just was “not used to TV being the new black baby” — an apparent reference to the recent trend of Hollywood celebs adopting black children, including Sandra Bullock, Charlize Theron, Steven Spielberg, Madonna, Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise.

Many cyber security experts point to North Korea’s anger over Sony’s upcoming movie The Interview, a comedy about an assassination plot against that country’s dictator, as the source of the massive hack attack.

Pascal apologized last week for the Obama comments, calling them “insensitive and inappropriate.”

Okay so she already apologized for one set of ignorant comments, when do “the checks stop coming in” for this broad?!?!




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