Saturday, November 26, 2016

Paris Hilton Comments That We Missed

Paris Hilton
Model Paris Hilton was always known as one of Hollywood's most famous socialites. Many loved her, but a equal number also hated her because she was a trend setter. Even her leaked sex tape seemed to kick off a plethora of other celebrity sex tapes, practically setting a precedent that the scandalous footage was somehow en vogue.

She became less visible lately in Hollywood dailies simply because she was busy promoting various product lines and entertaining offer all over the world. However, the world is still aware of some of the controversial and popular comments of the best-selling author, actress, model, brand ambassador, DJ, and a veritable household name.

One comment came in a recording obtained by Radar Online where Hilton was accused of going on a homophobic diatribe in 2012. The audio, reportedly recorded by a cab driver, revealed Hilton saying that "most [gay men] probably have AIDS," followed by, "Gay guys are the horniest people in the world. They're disgusting. I would be so scared if I was a gay guy. [You'd], like, die of AIDS."

The other famous statement was made a few years earlier when, in an interview with journalist Neil Strauss, the then 18-year-old Hilton reportedly expressed disgust at the mere idea of dating a black man.

In an excerpt of the interview, which was published in Strauss' book, "Everyone Loves You When You're Dead," Hilton says she went on a date with a celebrity who starred in "Saving Private Ryan," but after making out with him, they went somewhere with better lighting and she realized "he was black," so she "made an excuse and left."

"I can't stand black guys," she says in the excerpt (via LA Weekly). "I would never touch one. It's gross."

Who was this actor of color? According to Slate, multiple sites speculated Hilton was talking about multiracial star Vin Diesel, noting that during the same interview, Strauss reportedly asked the heiress "how black" a guy has to be for her to consider him off-limits. "One percent is enough for me," she replied.

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