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Eagles WR Riley Cooper

RIPPED By John Legend & Wife

You're a 'D**k' For N-Word Rant

1/13/2014 12:26 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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Not everyone's forgiven Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper for his infamous N-word rant ... especially not John Legend and his supermodel wife, who tell TMZ Sports they still think the guy's a "d*ck."

It's been 6 months since that video of Riley threatening to fight "every n**ger" at a Kenny Chesney concert surfaced online ... and while most Eagles players announced they forgave the guy, Legend says he's still not ready to let it go.

In fact, Legend tweeted at Riley during the Eagles playoff game -- saying, "We haven't forgotten about you, Riley."

But at LAX this weekend, Chrissy took it one step further ... telling us plain and simple -- Cooper is just a "d*ck" ... and always will be.

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1.

billybob    

lame, playing the race card is inflationary nowadays!

250 days ago
2.

Marlena    

get over it. much more worse things have happened since then. how about using your voice for something productive?

250 days ago
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fandinomia    

Using the N word to whine and cry about something, only means you're nonconstructive and most likely too stupid to be constructive with your criticism. To you simple minded folk, pathetic and derrmb.

250 days ago
4.

cass    

OK, so if he's is still a dick, then guess what?
























You're still a niqqer!

249 days ago
5.

Raif    

So their message is...Live a life without forgiveness

249 days ago
6.

Elle    

I'm guessing all of these comments bashing John Legend are from angry, racist white people. Riley Cooper is a racist, plain and simple. I'm sorry if you can't understand what it feels like to be called that awful word.

And no, all blacks do not use that word to refer to each other, so don't you dare bring that up. One word ends with "a" and the other "er," but either way, I don't like it.

235 days ago

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