Bill Maher Under Fire for North Korea ‘Nail Salon’ JokeMaher, who last month coughed up an apology after using the N-word on his HBO show “Real Time,” was once again accused of racial insensitivity on Friday, with a tweet about reports that North Korea is ramping up its missile technology.Maher responded to the North Korea situation with the tweet, This N Korean thing is getting tense! I mean, I think it is, I’m on vaca.Kathy Griffin 'Owes Me a Fruit Basket for Getting Her Off the Front Page' (Video)Shortly thereafter, Maher issued an apology through a spokesperson, saying, Friday nights are always my worst night of sleep because I’m up reflecting on the things I should or shouldn’t have said on my live show.Read original story Bill Maher Under Fire for North Korea ‘Nail Salon’ Joke At TheWrap
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