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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Donald Sterling in new audio tries to convince us he’s not racist

Donald SterlingRacist Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has a new audio recording out in which he tries to convince everyone — or at least the person on the other end of the phone — that he’s not a racist.

Radar Online posted this audio on Thursday and touted it as some sort of “bombshell” exclusive, but they provide very little context to the audio other than saying it’s Sterling talking to a long-time friend. For all we know, there’s nobody on the other end of the phone and this was just planted by Donnie.

“You think I’m a racist?” Sterling asks. “You think I have anything in the world but love for everybody? You don’t think that! You know I’m not a racist!”

A previous report said friends were avoiding calls from Sterling because they figured he was trying to get a recording of someone vouching for his character. It sounds like he may have found one person to pick up the phone this time, but this is just of Donnie boy defending himself.

“I grew up in East L.A …” Sterling says in the recording. “I was the president of the high school there. I mean, and I’m a Jew! And 50% of the people there were black and 40% were hispanic. … So I mean, people must have a good feeling for me.”

Either that, or you changed after you got all your money and became greedy, Don.

Sorry, Sterling, but it’s a little late for all this.

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