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…
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.