I personally think his comments were purely offensive and I don't care that much that he was fired for them.
He called a bunch of upstanding hard working college women ####. Yeah, I can see someone getting fired for that.
What I think is just pure silliness is the outrage by the black community that this is some holier unheard of thing
that is what I'm talking about!
"And many Americans ask: How is it that so many parents are supposed to tolerate the bombardment of our daughters with the most degrading imagery and language? Because it's promulgated by black artists? Huh? A white man says stuff like that, and he must be fired--but a black man can degrade women and himself, and it's "art"? Where's the real racism there? Which man is being treated as beneath our shared values and standards? "