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Rapper Wale Slams Terry Crew Over His Support For Liam Neeson

08 February 2019

One person who came out in defense was Michelle Rodriguez, who spoke with reporters from Vanity Fair.

"After that there were some nights I went out deliberately into black areas in the city, looking to be set upon so that I could unleash physical violence". 'Dude, have you watched Widows?

The 2009 track was written about the far-right British National Party (BNP) and includes the lyrics: "You're just some racist who can't tie my laces".

Allen extrapolated on her feelings in a subsequent Instagram Story: "I don't believe Liam Neeson's racist anecdote, which makes it even more disgusting".

She added: "I don't care how good of an actor you are". It's all (expletive). Ignore it. "He's a loving man", she said. Twitter was not so impressed by her explanation.

The star made the controversial comments while trying to explain why he understood his character's desire for revenge in his latest film, Cold Pursuit. "So that I could [pause] kill him".

"So I can say this man is not one". And I did it maybe four or five times until it caught myself on and it really shocked me.

But actors so often confuse make-believe and reality, and no doubt thinking the hero of his new film Cold Pursuit is heroic because of his determination to avenge a loved one, the 66-year-old chose to go semi-back into character to tell a deeply personal and twisted story, in the low, muttered - and, yes, apologetic - stream-of-consciousness tones of a patient lying on his therapist's couch. "I asked, did she know who it was? No".

Northern Ireland-born USA actor Liam Neeson attending the NY premiere of "The Commuter" at AMC Loews Lincoln Square January 8, 2018. "I did seek help, I went to a priest". Earlier this week, the red carpet opening of his new film Cold Pursuit was canceled after the star admitted to walking the streets for days in the hope of finding a "black bastard" to kill after someone close to him was raped several decades ago.

Barnes said: "It [racial bias] is subliminal but it's not obvious, it's very similar to subliminally Piers and Susanna talking about, "I know if I was black, this is how I would feel". But what he really wanted to point out was that he's not the man he was 40 years ago.

"She handled the situation of the rape in the most extraordinary way", he said". Neeson added to Roberts that he would've responded the same way if the attacker had been white - Irish, British, Scottish, or Lithuanian, he said, it wouldn't have mattered.

Rapper Wale Slams Terry Crew Over His Support For Liam Neeson