UH-OH! Jimmy Kimmel Is Being Targeted For ‘Cancelation’ For Dropping The N-Word And Sexism

Written by K. Walker on June 23, 2020

Things are not looking good for the rabidly anti-Trump Resistance hero.

Jimmy Kimmel has been under the scrutiny of the New Puritans that advocate “canceling” people who behave in a way that is unacceptable.

It isn’t enough to just call out bad behavior but to make the individuals social pariahs who are no longer acceptable in polite society.

Not surprising to anyone who has even a passing familiarity with his history on The Man Show, Jimmy Kimmel is now in the crosshairs of the Cancel Culture Puritans.

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Kimmel has been under fire for his repeated skits in blackface as Karl Malone, but there’s apparently a whole lot more out there.

Audio of a song that Kimmel recorded in 1996 on a Christmas album has surfaced and it’s not looking good for Li’l Jimmy. The song is a Snoop Dogg parody with Kimmel as Snoop and along with the blue language he uses, Kimmel also drops the n-word.

In the song, Kimmel can be hearding rapping: ‘Me and my n***er down in LBC, we’ll smoke that motherf***er Christmas tree.’

The track includes the racial slur several times, including ‘fat n***er in a sleigh giving sh*t away’ and also ‘n***er in the manger.’

Liner notes from the cassette, which was also obtained by Fox, showed the track was co-produced by ‘Jim Kimmel’ and Kimmel also appeared on the album cover.

Source: Daily Mail

Here is the audio:

But blackface and N-word aside, there’s also the misogyny that is anathema in the MeToo era.

There has been increased scrutiny of Kimmel’s 2009 interview with Megan Fox. Fox has made the news recently for her break with husband Brian Austin Green and for complaining that Hollywood is “ruthlessly misogynistic.” During the 2009 interview with Kimmel, she explains how she was treated by Transformers director, Michael Bay, often criticized for his sexualization of women on film, when she was just 15 playing an extra in Bad Boys 2. Kimmel was unsympathetic and just made a joke about the uncomfortable experience of a 15-year old girl.

Fans are rushing to Megan Fox’s defense after a 2009 interview with Jimmy Kimmel resurfaced on Twitter — and now many are seeing the actress and her treatment in the public eye in a new light.

In the 2009 interview, Megan, now 34, shared a disturbing story about being sexualized in a Michael Bay film when she was just 15 — but rather than sympathizing or seeming troubled by the story, Jimmy, now 52, cracks an inappropriate joke about her teenage sexuality.

Source: Daily mail

Anyone surprised by this apparently hasn’t seen Jimmy Kimmel on The Man Show.

He did a man-on-the-street where he had women guess what’s in his pants by feeling around the front of his pants.

He and his co-host, Adam Corrola would audition women to be “Juggies.” The women would be scantily-clad and dance throughout the show.

But nobody has seemed to notice his blackface, fat-shaming parody of Oprah Winfrey yet…

Once they do, Kimmel is pretty much toast.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll