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Published on Jul 11, 2017

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Bill Maher faces fresh accusations of racism after HBO star posts tweet suggesting that all nail salon staff are Korean - prompting outrage online
The Real Time host tweeted: 'This N Korean thing is getting tense! I mean, I think it is, I'm on vaca. The ladies at my nail salon are freaking out, that's what I know!'
Maher, 61, has not yet issued an apology nor made any comment
Many have accused the host of promoting racial stereotypes about Koreans
The tweet comes one month after Maher referred to himself as a 'house n****'
He apologized about 17 hours later after causing widespread outrage
By Mary Kekatos and Emily Crane For Dailymail.com



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