Element Skateboards: Chad Muska's Usage of N-Bomb Not Racist
|Chad Muska arguing with one of the security guards.|
The real story here? After security guards caught Muska, he decided to drop the n-bomb a few times--and, yes, the security guards are African-American, and yes, Muska is Caucasian.
Meanwhile, Muska's sponsor, the Irvine-based Element Skateboards, is standing by their skater. Element told TMZ this morning, "There is a major difference between n***a and n***** and it's totally obvious he is not being racial at all."
|Element Skateboards logo|
Element goes on to tell TMZ that they stand by Muska with their full support.
Element Skateboards is a subsidiary of Billabong International and was founded in 1992. Amongst Element's sponsor list: Bucky Lasek, Bam Margera and Ray Barbee.
Muska (who has also produced a hip-hop record featuring artists like Biz Markie, Ice-T, KRS-One, McLyte, Flavor Flav and Raekwon) is currently being held on $20,000 bail.
What do you think of Muska's usage of the n-word? Take our poll below.