Kevin Spacey’s reputation took another hit this week when a security company executive recalled how the #MeToo disgraced actor refused to shake hands with his mostly black crew and used the N-word.
Blue alleged that Spacey “refused to acknowledge the black team members and even made racial slurs,” according to The Daily Mail.
Blue said a group of black security guards were watching the trailer for the show when he heard the actor tell his personal security manager: ‘I don’t want n***ers watching my trailer.'”
When he complained about Spacey — referred to as “The Powers That Be,” Blue said he was told: “That’s just the way he is; we’ve got to keep him happy.”
Meanwhile, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos confirmed reports of a “House of Cards” spinoff.
“According to Sarandos, holding Spacey accountable doesn’t mean punishing ‘House of Cards’ fans,” said the New York Daily News. “He finally confirmed a Variety.com report from October claiming the popular Netflix saga will continue without its commander-in-chief once its final season concludes its sixth and final season later this year.”
Reactions to the racism accusations:
I knew Kevin Spacey racist accent was too damn good lmao
— Joshua Mensah (@jpkm_) January 16, 2018
— Support Kevin Spacey (@supportspacey) January 16, 2018
“Kevin Spacey is racist”
Kevin Spacey: actually I’m gay so
— you’re turning red from your back (@miercolesgbr) January 16, 2018
A sexual abuser AND a racist watch out Kevin Spacey seems primed to run for president https://t.co/nDfO8PQtyg
— Stable Genius Milani (@_JacobMilani) January 16, 2018
Just as I started to believe the accusations against Kevin Spacey, they accuse him of racism and I'm like "what a bunch of BS?" Seriously, the more they drag this, the less I believe them.
— AnaK. (@SynesisAn) January 16, 2018
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