It’s 2012 and we’re still having our fair share of controversy on the racial front. On July 7, Sam Rubin, a white entertainment reporter from KTLA morning news sent a tweet to Chicago’s very own, Yung Berg. “Fake a** N*gga” was posted to Rubin’s Twitter account, followed by another tweet that read “OOPS…I will explain later. But, biggest boo boo of the year. For reals”.
Apparently, he was hacked. Which is the story that most celebs use when they allow themselves to say too much on the popular social networking site. But in this case whey didn't he delete it right away?
The tweet has since disappeared (of course), but Sam Rubin is certainly under a watchful eye until everyone figures out if he is indeed the person behind the tweet.