John Mayer Apologizes For Racial Slur, Remains King of All Douchebags

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John Mayer issued an apology on - what else - the moron's Twitter page Wednesday after sparking criticism with racial remarks made in a Playboy interview.

"Re: using the 'N' word in an interview, I am sorry," he Tweeted.

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"I should have never said the word and I will never say it again."

His status as King of All Douchebags remains cemented.

Mayer used the slur when discussing whether he's accepted by rappers like Jay-Z and Kanye West. Let's just say he could've worded his response better.

John Mayer's recent remarks landed him in hot water.

"Someone asked me the other day, 'What's it feel like now to have a hood pass?,'" he told Playboy. "If you really had a hood pass, you could call it a n----- pass."

"But I said, 'I can't really have a hood pass. I've never walked into a restaurant, asked for a table and been told, 'We’re full.'"

Like we said, he's a douchebag. And possibly a racist. Great combo.

When asked by a Twitter fan if he would be attending rehab, a la Tiger Woods, Mayer responded: "They don't make rehab centers for being an a-hole." True.

Mayer said nothing about comments about his sex life with ex-girlfriend Jessica Simpson, likening her to "sexual napalm" who he just "couldn't stop f--king."

Again, why choose that wording? Do you want fans to hate you?

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John Mayer Biography

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John Mayer is a singer, songwriter, guitar player and Grade A douchebag hailing from Connecticut. The cheesy musician has become a major... More »
Born
Birthplace
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Full Name
John Clayton Mayer

John Mayer Quotes

The feathered cut projects an attitude of ease and quiet confidence that seems to have all but eluded our generation. This is a work in progress, and as my hair grows longer it will serve to become a more stirring and poignant statement.

John Mayer [on haircut]

To adults who will vote for him, Barack Obama represents a return to prosperity. To the youth, he represents an introduction to it.

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