The humiliating fallout from his racial slur, recorded and sold by his own son. Duane "Dog" Chapman responds live -- uncut, uncensored, unreal.
“I want to be buried right where they’re at because I will never be forgiven as (long as) I’m alive,” he said.
Aired November 7, 2007 - ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. I've been here several times sitting in front of you. CHAPMAN: I'm sorry -- to tell you personally, first of all, I'm very sorry. This is courtesy of the "National Enquirer," which, by the way, made the tape public. CHAPMAN: I don't care if she's a Mexican, a whore, whatever.
THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. Tonight, it felt like I was coming to the electric chair. It's not because she's black, it's because we use the word n****r sometimes here.
This dog learns.” In the interview with Sean Hannity for Fox News’ “Hannity & Colmes” show Tuesday, Chapman denied being a racist and said he used the N-word conversationally when talking to black acquaintances.
“I thought that I was cool enough in the black world to be able to use that word as a brother to a brother,” he said. I didn’t know really know until three or four days ago what that meant to black people.” “I now learned I’m not black at all,” Chapman said.