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This Is How People Secretly Feel About Singing The N-Word

Spoiler alert: some white people see no problem with it.

At concerts, hip-hop audiences — these days less predominantly black — are presented with the option of saying or not saying the n-word. But in private and among friends, which lyrics do fans repeat?

At concerts, hip-hop audiences — these days less predominantly black — are presented with the option of saying or not saying the n-word. But in private and among friends, which lyrics do fans repeat?

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1. Turns out that these fans, some of whom are white, say the N-word when they’re alone, or all the time:

Turns out that these fans, some of whom are white, say the N-word when they're alone, or all the time:

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6. This fan wonders why that habit would be taboo:

This fan wonders why that habit would be taboo:

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7. Here’s one reminder:

Here's one reminder:

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Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/naomizeichner/this-is-how-people-secretly-feel-about-singing-the-n-word

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