Sony exec Amy in ANOTHER race row for saying TV deals are so popular they’re the ‘new black baby’

Sony boss Amy Pascal is facing another race row over details made public from her email account.

RadarOnline reports that buried in her email sent folder is a message to another Sony executive saying that TV deals were becoming so popular in Hollywood that they were ‘the new black baby’ that everyone wants.

Hollywood Liberals are so racist!

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  • Brett_McS

    I feel so bad for this poor woman who’s personal, private, secret postcards emails have become exposed to the public.

    Bazinga!

  • mauser 98

    Pascal to visit Sharpton today

  • Glenfilthie

    It’s not racism when liberals and stupid people do it.

  • Hard Little Machine

    All that this will result in is she’ll be told to ‘donate’ more money to the candidate of Obama’s choosing. Trust me, Obama, the Congressional Black Caucus, ‘race activists’ and all the rest don’t care what Amy Pascal thinks or says as long as the checks keep coming in.

  • DD_Austin

    Bookkeeper…
    secretary…
    Vice President of Production…

    She may have put her foot in her mouth doing her job,
    but i suspect from thats not all that she had in her mouth doing her job.

  • Mal

    “…not used to TV being the new black baby…”
    Pffft. Only a liberal would think that was racist.
    The more often and the more indiscriminately the brand of racism is applied, the quicker it’s losing its heat.

    That said, it’s rather nice to watch these idiots chewing each other to the bone.

  • DVult

    If she was going to make a racist joke at least it could have been funny.

  • barryjr

    That guy should give his wife back her wig and pearls.

  • ntt1

    So far her e-mails which were not spun as they were PRIVATE show this woman to be pretty competent and so far, dead on with her assessments, that is after all what her job calls for.

  • john s

    Enjoy her suffering if you will, but what she said was not racist. How long until the lunatics running your society ban the word ‘black’ altogether?

    • Minicapt

      That could be construed as ‘niggardliness’.

      Cheers

  • ntt1

    time was “movie stars” looked down on TV or the small screen, now with the death of the movie theatre and the rise of HBO it has become a trendy thing to get a spot on one of the new ratings power houses, yes ,it does resemble the black baby status card