Saw it for myself. New York Socialite Jules Kirby just said, “I use the N-word sometimes.” in the first episode of the CW’s “High Society”. She also noted that she feels it should be ok to say. This piece of footage aired right after another piece that showed her telling a friend that a black woman dancing in a club near them should move away. Apparently the n-word clip ended up in one of the trailers and was posted to YouTube. It has since been removed. Hey, if you’re dad is a high powered lawyer I guess you got pull. What you don’t have is any class. I hope she doesn’t have a Twitter feed or blog cause I’m sure it’s been flooded. Sad. Doesn’t she know that comments like that are only for closed doors? I mean, come on. Take your blatant racism underground, right?
Huffington Post – “In one of the trailers, the first seen below, Kirby is seen saying, “I use the N-word sometimes.” That line is not taken out of context. In the first episode of the show she ALSO says she isn’t friends with many black, Jewish or gay people.
According to Monday’s Page Six, Kirby skipped last week’s launch party for the show.
“She’s particularly annoyed that she admits in the trailer to occasionally using the ‘N’ word, ” our source says. Kirby didn’t respond to a request for comment.”
Update: Why did CW pull the trailer?
“Because GLAAD complained. Because in it, sad NYC nightlife social climber Jules Kirby (more on her sad life here) admitted to using the “N-word” (not in the above clip), and Social Life editor Devorah Rose calls a party-goer a “tranny” (as seen in the above clip) after being told she “looks like a man” during this party.
With GLAAD (and the blogs!) on its back, The CW promised to yank the trailer; it’s already gone from YouTube, but taking it out of television circulation could take longer. (The show premires March 10.) Kirby, meanwhile, is in hiding, as people like she should be.” Source: here @ Queerty.com