The Most Racist Celebrity Tweets Of All Time

The Most Racist Celebrity Tweets Of All Time
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As we all know celebrities are not always the wisest when it comes to tweeting. Sure they are just being known as racism.

We have seen this far too often when celebrities and athletes share just a bit too much information and subsequently receive backlash from their millions of social media followers. They must remember that whatever they say will be seen and scrutinized by bloggers everywhere.

Here are the most racist celebrity Tweets of all time.

Elite.

  • 10. Alec Baldwin

  • 9. Ricky Rubio

  • 8. Souljah Boy

  • 7. Floyd Mayweather Jr.

  • 6. Chelsea Handler

  • 5. Gilbert Gotfried

  • 4. Asher Roth

  • 3. Moby

  • 2. Roger Ebert

  • 1. Jessica Leandra

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