Howard Stern came under fire as past sketches of him in the blackface and the using the N-word resurfaced online recently. The Sirius XM host can be seen wearing dark makeup on his face in four separate examples, with the two of them showing the shock jock’s use of the racially offensive term. In one skit, Stern imitates Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas and wears a prosthetic nose, prosthetic lips, and an Afro wig while being interviewed by his sidekick Robin Quivers.
The Satirical skit was based on a performance that took place at the 1993 Friar Club roast of the Whoopi Goldberg, they will be acted out by the former Cheers star Ted Danson, during which the Danson wore be blackface and the extensively used the n-word as well.
The clip will start with a Stern appearance on The View from May 2019 where he denied that he will be used the N-word. I didn’t use the N-word, it’s very clear, Howard said on the show. That’s not my thing. The video clip then shows the radio talk show using the N-word and the racist language in the front on his longtime sidekick Robin Quivers, who is been back. At the longtime Stern employee, Steve Grillo told the page six that he doesn’t believe Howard is the racist, and he never used racist language off the air. Grillo said that the New Year Rotten Eve Pageant was a pay-per-view broadcast and tye not been subjected to the FFC regulation.
One follower will be posted about the new year Eve Skit, saying. Although this is in poor taste, he imitating someone that did that. Context matters. Still, this is s–t–tons racist and the inappropriate… but it’s Howard Stren doing a racist bit. It’s not Howard Stern doing a racist bit. Jimmy Fallon, Robert Downey, Jimmy Kimmel. Steve Grillo–who worked on the New year’s Eve program told page six he doesn’t believe Stern in the racist and that Stern never used that the language off-air.