It was a mistake of her youth, y’all. Quit being so judgey.
Remember how Sandra Bullock won the Oscar for The Legend of Bagger Vance, Radio, Rudy, Freedom Writers, Stand and Deliver, That Movie with Michelle Pfeiffer and the Coolio Song, You’re the Man Now Dog, The Blind Side? And then remember how it turned out that her husband, Jesse James was cheating on her with some weirdo Nazi lady and it totally killed her Oscar buzz?
Well now, Bombshell McGee, the weirdo Nazi lady in question, has released a video in which she claims that she regrets the tattoos and that they were a stupid childhood mistake. She also claims that the biggest mistake of her life was wearing that Nazi costume and boy she wishes she could take it back:
Michelle “Bombshell” McGee was publicly slammed for having an affair with Jesse James and was judged for having numerous racist tattoos on her body; something she says she deeply regrets in a new video interview obtained by RadarOnline.com.
“Am I a racist? Absolutely not,” McGee said in defense of the ‘WP’ and swastika tattoos on her body.
“WP at the time stood for ‘White Pride.’ It’s something that I did in my late teens. Another huge, huge mistake that I deeply, deeply regret.”
McGee also had a small swastika tattoo strategically placed on an intimate section of her body that she says has since been covered up.
“There was a swastika tattoo on my body and it was very small, not that it makes a difference, but it was covered up,” McGee explains. “Another stupid tattoo that I put on my body but unfortunately we all make mistakes.”
Perhaps most controversial were photos that surfaces of McGee donning a swastika armband and dressed in a Nazi uniform.
“Undeniably the biggest mistake of my life was putting on that costume,” McGee said.
“I was hired by the photographer to play a role, to play the character for shock value; something I deeply, deeply regret doing. I am not a Nazi. I do not have those beliefs.”
McGee compares her photo shoot to the likes of actors Tom Cruise and Edward Norton who have played Nazi characters in films.
“It’s just a character. It’s just a role… It was just a costume that I put on,” McGee said.
“I’ve hurt people through it and I apologize to any ethnicities that I’ve offended. It was not my intention to do that at all.”
McGee says she grew up in a closed-minded small town with no diversity and it wasn’t until she moved to California that her eyes were opened.
“I ran into different races, different creeds and realized there’s a lot more out there than what I’ve known,” McGee said.
“I obviously do not feel the same way I did over 10 years ago in my late teens. I wish I could take it back but it’s something that I can’t take back.”
Really? Do you really deeply regret the tattoos, or are you just in damage control mode because your Nazi little secret got out? If the White Pride tattoo is a “huge, huge mistake” that you “deeply, deeply regret,” then why do you still have it? When did you get that other swastika tattoo covered up? Was it yesterday?
Also, it’s hard to take your “but I’m an act-OR” excuse when you posed for these dumb ass photos last year and when you still have White Pride tattooed on your ass.
Can people shed their ign’ant ass beliefs after moving to The Big City? Of course. Could those people have eye opening experiences and regret their racist views of yore? Definitely. Do those people then pose in a Nazi-themed photo shoot? Uh, I’m going to go ahead and say, “Not so much.” I reckon that most people who aren’t either unbelievably dumb, or racist, or both would say “no” when a photographer asks if they will put on Nazi gear and strike a pose.
I imagine the conversation would go something like this: Continue reading