"We don't get butthurt at all because we know the actual person, we know who each other are.

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Create a commenting name to join the debate, There are no Independent Premium comments yet - be the first to add your thoughts, There are no comments yet - be the first to add your thoughts. Nah. UPDATE: Guzman’s co-star Aisha Hinds, who plays firefighter Hen, also addressed Guzman’s comments. In an Instagram video posted on Monday, Guzman — who plays firefighter Eddie Diaz on the Fox procedural — first said, “I do not condone the use of the N-word by any non-Black person. We know who each other are.” Guzman’s 9-1-1 co-star Oliver Stark condemned Guzman’s words, saying “there is absolutely no excuse for the use of the N-word… I absolutely don’t agree with it being used by anyone else under any circumstances.”, Aisha Hinds, who plays firefighter Hen on 9-1-1, tweeted in response as well: “How I FEEL daily is a perpetual state of GRIEF. Courtesy of Fox After feeling the heat from his co-stars, 9-1-1 star Ryan Guzman has taken to social media to address his defense of using racial slurs. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Adele shows off figure in sexy dress to promote Saturday Night Live premiere, Gwyneth Paltrow strips naked for her 48th birthday - leaving Apple mortified, Nicole Scherzinger, 42, looks hot but not bothered in steamy sauna pics, Kendall Jenner flaunts body in sexy bikini during getaway with Devin Booker, Kate Beckinsale, 47, splits from lover, 23, after nine months together, © 2020 THE SUN, US, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED | TERMS OF USE | PRIVACY | YOUR AD CHOICES | SITEMAP, Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed, 911 star Ryan Guzman has been slammed by fans after he claimed he uses racial slurs ‘all the time’, The 32-year-old actor, who plays LAFD firefighter Edmundo 'Eddie' Diaz in the Fox show, took to Instagram on Sunday to make the shocking revelation, Guzman - who also played Jake in Pretty Little Liars - made the Instagram Live in an apparent bid to defend his actress fiancée Chrysti Ane, after it was revealed that she had used the N-word, from a tweet that she posted in 2011, Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images, It comes at a time when protects about racial inequality are rife, Pictured (second left) with 9-1-1 co-stars Kenneth Choi, Peter Krause and Aisha Hinds, He later tweeted asking people to support Black Lives Matter, It wasn't enough to calm the concerns of fans.

Guzman’s co-stars criticised the actor after he defended his wife, Christi Ane, when old videos of her using the N-word resurfaced on Twitter. Courtesy of Fox 9-1-1 actor Oliver Stark attempted to extinguish a behind-the-scenes fire on Sunday, following co-star Ryan Guzman ‘s defense of using racial slurs. Due to the sheer scale of this comment community, we are not able to give each post the same level of attention, but we have preserved this area in the interests of open debate. "Under Pressure". May we know & DO BETTER.”.

Guzman then apologized for his previous video, while also questioning why people don’t address the same criticisms at rappers like Cardi B and Fat Joe for using the N-word. “I have plenty of friends — Black, white, Asian, Indian, whatever they are, Korean — and we make fun of each other’s races all the time,” Guzman said in the video. If you like TVLine, you'll LOVE our weekly newsletter. If you like TVLine, you'll LOVE our weekly newsletter. Fox is yet to make a statement on the video. You’re trying to prove that somebody that’s not racist is racist? President Trump Leaks 60 Minutes Interview Footage — Including the Moment He Walked Out, Fox News Host Melissa Francis Off Air After Gender Pay Complaint (Report), Borat Sequel, Featuring Compromising Rudy Giuliani Scene, Drops Early on Amazon Ahead of Presidential…, President Trump Leaks 60 Minutes Interview Footage — Including the…, President Trump Cuts 60 Minutes Interview Short (Report), 9-1-1's Oliver Stark Slams Co-Star's Defense of Racial Slurs: 'There Is Absolutely No Excuse' for the N-Word, 9-1-1 Boss Explains How Coronavirus Will Be Incorporated Into Season 4. The 32-year-old actor, who plays LAFD firefighter Edmundo 'Eddie' Diaz in the Fox show, took to Instagram on Sunday to make the shocking revelation. By There is no racist energy coming from this household at all.”, Meanwhile, during Guzman’s Instagram video, some of his followers posted comments such as, “THERE IS NO N WORD PASS” and “Ryan, please… that’s not okay.” The actor later posted a tweet that read, “I’m done with defending myself or my family to people who are as quick to judge as they are to condemn. We know that we’re not trying to bring each other down. Ane has since apologized for those posts, however, Guzman came to her defense Sunday via an Instagram live video. There’s legions of learned behaviors that need to be named and neutered so we don’t continue to give life to them.