Film director Quentin Tarantino catches a lot of flak for the violence, language and stereotypes a lot of his movies include. Tarantino is catching some flak for his newest film “Django Unchained,”which is about a slave turned bounty hunter who searches to rescue his slave wife.
Tarantino has been doing a press tour to promote the movie, and in talking about the movie Tarantino admitted that African-American Culture was a big part of his life growing up.
Tarantino then made a super admission, when according to Off The Bench, he admitted his mother once dated NBA Hall of Fame center, and the man who bedded thousands of women, Wilt Chamberlain.
“Black culture is my culture growing up,” Tarantino explained. “Yeah, it was almost like a sitcom, the way we lived in the 70s. Because she was in her 20s, she was hot, alright, she was a hot white girl and her best friend named Jackie was a hot black girl and her other best friend, Lillian, was a hot Mexican girl. And they lived in this swinging singles apartment with me.
“It was the ’70s, and I was living with these three hip single ladies, all always going out on dates all the time, dating football players and basketball players … Oh yeah, my mom, she dated Wilt Chamberlain. She was one of 1,000.”
Well Okay then.