Hip-hop veteran Scarface has added his own controversial views on U.S. presidential hopeful JOHN MCCain - branding the White House contender a racist.
The retiring star, real name Brad Jordan, launched an astonishing attack on the Republican nominee in an interview with America's RollingOut.com.
And the rapper didn't hold back, aiming a string of verbal abuse at MCCain and slamming the politician for not looking rival candidate Barack Obama in the eye during their debate earlier this week (begs06Oct08).
He tells the website, "The whole time they had their debate, you know that motherf**kin' peckerwood would not look that n**ga in his eyes. And that right there showed me the respect he had for n**gas.
"If you've never in you've life ever seen a n**ga-hatin' motherf**ker, a motherf**ker that just hates n**gas, look at that f**kin' pink-ass white boy."
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