We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Nascar driver Kyle Busch will be required to attend sensitivity training as a result of disparaging language he used in an interview after NASCAR Cup playoff race at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia on Sunday.
Busch was bumped by driver Brad Keselowski, which triggered his tirade. “Well, he drills my a** coming out of [turn] four for no reason,” Busch raged. “I mean, where was he going? What was he going to do? Spin me out? He was trying to do a [Kevin] Harvick is what he was trying to do. For what? For second place? To do what? He wasn’t going to transfer through with that.”
The NASCAR star used a poor descriptor for the situation: “It’s freaking r*******, man. So stupid. I don’t understand these guys. I should beat the s*** out of him right now is what I should do. But that doesn’t do me any good either.”
Busch issued an apology for his wording on Monday, “In one of my post-race interviews I used a word I should never use and I want to apologize for it,” he tweeted.
But the league didn’t think a social media apology was enough. “NASCAR officials will require Kyle Busch to take sensitivity training before the start of the 2022 season following offensive comments made after Sunday’s Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway,” NASCAR announced the same day.
“The two-time series champion used a term that disparages those with intellectual disabilities when describing an on-track incident with Brad Keselowski. Both drivers were eliminated from title contention ahead of the Phoenix Raceway finale.”
"I should beat the **** out of him right now."
After the race, Kyle Busch called out Brad Keselowski for his move for second on the last lap.
— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 31, 2021
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III caught a DUI after being involved in a fiery crash that resulted in the death of another driver.
Ruggs, 22, was driving a Chevrolet Corvette early Tuesday morning, when he rear ended a Toyota Rav4 at an intersection in Las Vegas. When first responders arrived on scene, the Rav4 was engulfed in flames and the driver of the vehicle was dead inside.
The second year pro-footballer “showed signs of impairment” at the scene and was charged with a DUI, then was transported to a local hospital and treated for “non-threatening” injuries.
“We are devastated by the loss of life and our thoughts and prayers go out to the victim’s family,” the Raiders said in a statement. “We are in the process of gathering information and will have no further comment at this time.”
The team announced that they had released Ruggs on Tuesday night.
Caitlyn Jenner claims that O.J. Simpson told his ex-wife Nicole Brown, who he was famously accused of murdering, that he would “kill her and get away with it.”
While filming “Big Brother VIP” in Australia, Jenner, who was previously married to Brown’s best friend Kris Kardashian, discussed her murder on the show.
“It was an extraordinarily difficult time,” Jenner said. “Nicole was Kris’ best friend, had been for a long time. I was at Nicole’s house two days before the murder.”
“Obviously he did it and he got away with it, and at one point he even told Nicole, ‘I’ll kill you and get away with it because I’m O.J. Simpson,’” she alleged. “Then, Nicole, you know, relayed that onto Kris at one point and unfortunately, she was right.”
Brown and her friend Ron Goldman were murdered in 1994, Kris Jenner’s ex-husband Robert Kardashian was part of the legal team that helped Simpson get acquitted on double-homicide charges.
“We were at the courthouse, we were watching what was going on in the other room,” Jenner revealed. “And even after the not guilty verdict… Kris turns around to me and goes, ‘We should’ve listened to Nicole, she was right, right from the beginning.'”
Britney Spears’ father filed court documents on Monday to end the pop star’s conservatorship.
“Jamie unconditionally loves and supports his daughter. Full stop,” Jamie Spears’ lawyers wrote. “As he has done for her entire life, Jamie will do everything he can to protect and care for her. For the last 13 years, that included serving as her Conservator. Now, it means ending her Conservatorship.”
The “Toxic” singer’s camp has alleged that Jamie was seeking $2 million to walk away from the 13 year conservatorship, but court documents say he doesn’t want further compensation.
“Jamie sees no reason why the Conservatorship should continue for any amount of time and asserts he has no interest in the Conservatorship continuing,” the filing said. “Regardless, Jamie does not seek to and will not serve as Conservator again. Jamie already petitioned this Court to terminate the Conservatorship and has offered to stipulate to its immediate termination without reservation or exception.”
Comedian Dan Aykroyd thinks offensive comedy is lazy and should be canceled.
“There is enough range in humor where you don’t have to go scatological and you don’t have to go pulling any divisive cards to get a laugh,” he told the Hollywood Reporter. “There is so much in the world to comment on that is outside the realm of offensiveness.”
He said that there are plenty of other areas to mine for jokes. “Scatological humor is fun. It’s easy laughs. But there is more intelligent writing that can happen if you stay away from the offensive material that should be rightly canceled for its hurtfulness.”
“Who can be the subject of an impression today? That’s an area of discussion. Can I do my James Brown imitation?” Aykroyd continued. “He was one of my best friends. I do his voice pretty good. But maybe I shouldn’t anymore.”