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Last week, we took to the streets of Harlem to ask the historic neighborhood’s Black residents if they feel it’s ok for Latino’s to use the N-Word.

The responses varied from many saying they should never use the word, to others saying it all depends on “the way that you say it.”

The topic of Latino’s using the N-Word burst onto the national scene when J-Lo said it in her song, “I’m Real,” which featured Black rapper Ja-Rule.

In the song, she said the lyrics:

Now people screamin’ what the deal with you and so and so
I tell them n****s to mind they biz, but they don’t hear me though


What is your take?


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