De-Friended: Chet Hanks Former Rapper Homie “Scrilla King” Speaks Out Against Arrogant N-Word Usage

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Chet Hanks’ Rapper Buddy Scrilla King Ends Friendship Over N-Word Use

Guess not all of Chet‘s friends are his “ni**as”…

According to TMZ reports:

Tom Hanks’ rapper son Chet Haze is being disrespectful to black people by throwing the n-word around … so says a rapper friend of his who also happens to be black.

Scrilla King — who has collaborated and performed with Chet in the past — tells TMZ, he recently ended their 6-year friendship, because of Chet’s desire to use the n-word.

Scrilla says Chet’s black friends are very uncomfortable when Chet uses the word saying, “It’s disrespectful. He thinks it’s a joke.”
He adds that Chet, “He wakes up thinking he can be black today and know what we go through. He doesn’t. I wake up black every day, he does not.”

Scrilla thinks Chet owes the black community a public apology.

It’s interesting … Chet posted a video Tuesday in which he says using the n-word is “an unspoken thing between people who are friends and understand each other.”

At least one of his friends (now ex-friend) doesn’t understand Chet

While we certainly won’t accuse “Scrilla King” of taking advantage of his friend’s scandal to promote his new mixtape, his 6-year friendship with Chet definitely begs the question “Why now?”. Why, after 6 years has Scrilla decided he can no longer be buddies with Chet? It’s not like Chet JUST started using the n-word…

Flip the page to see how Chet has responded to the blacklash on Instagram…

Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon, left, yells at umpire Will Little after being ejected in the third inning of a baseball game Tuesday, June 2, 2015, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

That’s right. The heat in the kitchen must have gotten a bit too warm for Chet because he’s deleted his Instagram page completely. Sucka.

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