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Hip-Hop Rumors: What’s With Quentin Tarantino’s Eye At Django Presser?

Today, AllHipHop was present a press conference today for the movie Django. It was all good and everybody was there from Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, Don Johnson, Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio and more. But, what I heard people were talking about after was Quentin’s eye. Apparently, he walked into the venue and sat in front of a group of journalists with an eye that was bleeding. Now, it wasn’t dripping or anything, but it almost looked like he had just gotten punched, according to sources. One woman was seriously thinking that he had gotten punched. Somebody said that wouldn’t be out of line with Quentin’s motif. Well? Nobody really knows and nobody asked.

It was all speculation. But, there is a lot of talk around this movie. A lot of people want to know “Why?” and others question the use of the N-Word so much. Apparently, its very good. So, I guess we’ll see.

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Illseed, Out.


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  • therealest1

    Punched out shit?

    • Maybe Hollywood’s Black Elite ( The one that wasn’t in the movie ) punched him out?

      Maybe the GD punched him for the Rosie Perez, uh, Ricky Rosay feature?

      • Man that was funny…and I don’t even like half the shet u say lol

      • You not supposed to like it…you just supposed to think about it!


      • MadVillain

        hollywoods “BLACK” elite? you funny…

      • You had to see iLLseed’s rumor about the movie & the comments to understand the refference.

      • MadVillain

        i see

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  • Q.

    “…others question the use of the N-Word so much.”

    Cracka got too familiar with Sam, Jamie n’em .

    • Brian Andrew Smith

      he’s been accused of doing that in almost all of his movies. not just this one.

      • Q.

        Oh, I know… it’s his hallmark. I still dig his movies though.

      • Guest

        Q – his movies are not good (haven;t seen this one) they try to hard, and are silly – but it’s normal for me and your mutt race ass to be different.

      • MadVillain

        pulp fiction is amazing tho, you tell me thats not good then you fuccin up

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        MadVillian. – wow, didn’t see pulp fiction, didn’t know he made it – guess I was lookin’ for a reason to start sh#t with Q – but I probalbly won’t like it too much – I don’t wanna hear a lotta “nigga” sounds – y’all ain’t tired of it in the music, like I am – that’s why I buy the clean versions of songs.

      • W.E.B. Du Bois

        back to the subject – tarrantino being white, and keep saying n word, then Q is right – that’ll sooner or later start a slugfest.

      • Q.

        Nigga, what kinda shit you smoking?

      • Mr.Get.Right.1.Day

        Yeah but we can’t get mad at Q for saying nigga!!! He’s portraying a real part of our society, watch all his movies they don’t glorify the word say like most of our rappers do…..they use it in the same way most White Americans do

      • MadVillain

        yo if you havnt see pulp fiction go watch that asap

  • brotha_man

    this dudes movies has a lot of racist undertones.

    • So does the society he portrays on screen.

  • I can’t wait to see this movie.

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  • why is this on here? huh?

  • BilderbergSuperstar

    Quentin is one of those white guys that has gotten a pass by a lot black people..I can’t tell if he’s sincere or a a satirist..we always let one in..

  • Big Crimes

    this man is an artist. he doesn’t “try too hard” with his movies. he does a d@mn good job at entertaining the people. his use of the N word is a tribute to the hard core characters he uses. he’s got a lot of love from the black community for his work like Jackie Brown with Pam in it and Death Proof where he helped a black female stunt driver get her foot into hollywood’s door in a major way. all that aside, he’s one of the greatest directors of our time.