Donald Sterling Is Sorry He Was Tricked Into Saying The Racist Thoughts In His Head

By: The Superficial / May 12, 2014

While I was on vacation, I completely missed the entire Donald Sterling fiasco which Photo Boy manhandled eloquently right down to laughing with glee at a racist old bastard dying of cancer. *balances a treat on his nose* Except before that last part happens, Donald Sterling would like your forgiveness and more importantly, your understanding that he was clearly tricked into saying all the thoughts he thinks in his head. If it weren’t that crazy broad, they would’ve remained private and quiet as they influenced each and every action in his life. CNN reports:

“When I listen to that tape, I don’t even know how I can say words like that. … I don’t know why the girl had me say those things,” he told CNN’s Anderson Cooper in an exclusive interview set to air on Monday.
“You’re saying you were set up?” Cooper asked.
“Well yes, I was baited,” Sterling said. “I mean, that’s not the way I talk. I don’t talk about people for one thing, ever. I talk about ideas and other things. I don’t talk about people.”

And now that Donald Sterling has apologized even though this is all the fault of some cheap broad who baited him into being his exact self, he wants everyone to know that this was just a simple mistake – his only in 35 years – and he’ll never, ever do it again:

“I’m a good member who made a mistake and I’m apologizing and I’m asking for forgiveness,” he said. “Am I entitled to one mistake, am I after 35 years? I mean, I love my league, I love my partners. Am I entitled to one mistake? It’s a terrible mistake, and I’ll never do it again.”

And just to show how sincere he is, he even reached out to Magic Johnson who has no fucking business being around children. You hear me? None!

Sterling told CNN he’s spoken twice with Johnson.
“Did you apologize to him?” Cooper asked.
“If I said anything wrong, I’m sorry,” Sterling said. “He’s a good person. I mean, what am I going to say? Has he done everything he can do to help minorities? I don’t think so. But I’ll say it, he’s great. But I don’t think he’s a good example for the children of Los Angeles.”

Asked why Magic Johnson isn’t a good example for children, Donald Sterling responded, “Oh, no, no, no, I’m not falling for that again. You’re trying to get me to say it’s because he’s black which is true, but I’m not gonna say that out loud. No, no. That one stays up here in my head, ya silver queer. God love ya.”

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