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Quentin Tarantino Offended People With His Drunken 'Ghetto' Acceptance Speech At The Golden Globes

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Quentin Tarantino Offended People With His Drunken 'Ghetto' Acceptance Speech At The Golden Globes

Last night at the Golden Globes, Quentin Tarantino clearly didn't like the idea of Ricky Gervais once again being the drunkest person on stage. So apparently he made the unequivocal decision to get absolutely wankered during the ceremony.

In doing so, when he went up on stage to accept the award for Best Original Score on behalf of Ennio Morricone, he managed to offend a lot of people, including his colleague on Django Unchained, Jamie Foxx.

The filmmaker appears to use the word 'ghetto' as a derogatory term and Jamie Foxx, who was presenting the award, wasn't impressed with Tarantino's choice of words. People on Twitter were less than impressed, too.

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Foxx returned to the stage with a rather perplexed look on his face. Shaking his head, he just repeated the word 'ghetto', as it clearly struck a chord with the White House Down star.

He was in high spirits nonetheless, he even pulled a Steve Harvey.

Topics: Golden Globes 2016, Jamie Foxx, Quentin Tarantino, Golden Globes

Mark McGowan
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