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Audio: Charles Barkley on Masters’ Organizer: “He’s an Uncle Tom”

by BSO Staff | Posted on Saturday, April 10th, 2010
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Charles Barkley is not pleased with earlier comments made by the head of the Masters – Billy Payne – concerning the Tiger Woods scandal.

Earlier this week in a press conference, Payne referenced The Tiger by saying:

“Our hero did not live up to the expectations of the role model we saw for our children.”

This comment certainly did not sit well with Tiger’s boy Sir Charles as he went on Fox Sports Radio and said:

“You got this punk ass Billy Payne who goes on TV … for him to get on there and act like he’s all Uncle Tom, he’s the master on the plantation, that piss me off.”

Barkley also suggested that someone needs to put hands on Payne after such comments about Woods.

Although white men aren’t usually called “Uncle Tom’s,” all I can say about Sir Charles in this case is….. “My Man” (c)Frank Lucas

Click player below for Audio of Barkley’s Rant courtesy of TMZ

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  1. *SIGH* gotta love him… NVR holds his tounge, even whn he sticks his foot in his mouth

  2. chuck says:

    Charles Barkley will never be happy, and is the stereotypical angry black man. This situation was expressed as one of dissapointment due to a perceived role model and hero who has fallen due to some personal issues. Rather than supporting Tiger and being content with a MINORITY being perceived as someone who the masses admire and look up to, and are dissapointed with recent news, Barkley has to attack the organizer, call him names, and suggest violence should be the result of such a statement. Just one more piece of evidence that Barkley is a piece of s**t and is substantially more racist than all those he accuses, combined.

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