Comedian Adam Carolla in Trouble for Racial Assault on Pacquiao

Posted Apr 2, 2010 by Leo Reyes
An Italian-American radio host is in trouble for lashing out at the entire Filipino nation including Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, calling him illiterate and for implying that the Philippines is a nation of whores
Manny Pacquiao singing
Manny Pacquiao singing the song "Sometimes When We Touch" on the talk show program Jimmy Kimmel Live
Screenshot from YouTube/Jimmy Kimmel Live
Adam Corolla, an Italian-American comedian who made a name as radio host in his own shows known as 'The Adam Corolla Podcast' , 'Loveline' and 'The Adam Corolla Show', is in big trouble for verbally attacking Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao in his program.
(See the above video to hear Carolla's remarks)
Not contented with his racial assault on the Filipino boxing icon by calling him "a f****ing idiot" and illiterate, Corolla continued his tirade on the entire Filipino nation by implying that the Philippines is a nation of whores. reports:
Adam Carolla starts off his vulgar tirade by bashing Manny for not giving blood before a fight. He then proceeds to say that Manny is off “praying to chicken bones” and that you don’t have to respect him because he’s a “fu**ing idiot”. “Someone has to tell him that it doesn’t make a difference.”[/i]“Here’s how you know when your country doesn’t have a lot going for it: When everything is about Manny Pacquiao...Get a fu**in life as a country”
He goes on to say, “All you fu**in got is just an illiterate guy who happens to smash other guys in the head better than other people. Really, you want some guy with brain damage running your country? Why don’t you get your sh*t together?”
He added: “All they have over there is Manny Pacquiao and sex stores. Get your shit together, Philippines!...What happens when Floyd Mayweather beats him? Then what? Does the whole country go into depression?”
It is quite clear from the statement made by Corolla that he was attacking Pacquiao and the entire Filipino nation.
Whatever his motivation in uttering these racist and degrading statements, he did not share them with the public.
In the meantime, damage has been done not only in the person of Manny Pacquiao but to the entire Filipino nation.
A timely apology could prevent the Filipino people particularly the millions of Pacquiao fans from taking radical actions that will prevent this comedian from repeating the same irresponsible action.