Chet Haze Still Insists It's OK for Him to Use the N-Word

Chet Haze
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Chet Hanks attends 3rd Annual Voice Awards at The Globe Theatre at Universal Studios on May 3, 2014 in Universal City, California.

"Rapper" and notable A-list progeny Chet Haze has spoken out (again) after receiving flak for continuing to use the N-word on his Instagram.

According to a report from TMZ, his parents, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, have told him to "just to stay off social media, period" -- but Haze soldiers on in his quest to use racial slurs on social media because, in his words, "They're the old generation, they don't get it."

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"Everyone's gonna feel however they wanna feel about it," he told the reporter. "White people use that term, it's like an unspoken thing amongst their black friends or whatever. I have black friends that use it with me and I use it with them."

Watch the full interview below:


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