The Eight Celebrities I Most Hope Aren’t Super Racist in Real Life

Tom Hanks receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom (U.S. Government)

At some point in time, I imagine we’ve all had at least one “Say it ain’t so” moment where we found ourselves genuinely disappointed by something a celebrity did or said. It’s practically an inevitable part of growing up, as when you idolize people you don’t actually know, you’re all but guaranteed to be let down at some point along the way. One day you’re singing along to…

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Chris Rosenthall

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You may know me as Joe the policeman in the What's Going Down episode of That's My Momma.

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