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Bernie Ecclestone stuns Piers Morgan by comparing N-word to "being rude"

Bernie Ecclestone left Piers Morgan almost speechless by comparing the N-word to mocking someone’s height and weight.The former Formula One chief executive made another shocking remark in his latest bizarre interview to go viral. Ecclestone, 91, appeared on Piers Morgan Uncensored where he was quizzed over his baffling views on Vladimir Putin and Nelson Piquet’s racial slur towards seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton.Morgan questioned Ecclestone about comparing racial remarks to making “rude” comments about someone’s weight, which the latter had done on Good Morning Britain on Thursday (June 30).

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