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Bob Romanik, a white conservative radio host for radio station KQQZ 1190 AM, doesn't consider himself a racist even though he liberally uses the N-Word.
As we previously reported, Romanik launched into a bigoted on-air tirade targeting Waka Flocka Flame, after the rapper wiped his butt with a fan's President Trump jersey during a concert last month in Athens, Georgia.
"Waka Flocka, he took a good crap on our president elect's shirt. Our white president," Romanick said. "You think that Trump has done anything to this man? Trump will probably do more for this black n*gger than Obama's ever done for the proud black community. In my opinion, of course. Think about it. We're talking about Waka Flocka. That greasy black n*gger son of a b*tch. I'll tell you what you black b@stard. Let me wear a Trump shirt and you grab it off me. You'll be the deadest son of b*tch walking around."
Waka responded by telling TMZ that Romanik was "a disgrace to White America." The Brick Squad Monopoly CEO, couldn't believe the radio host hadn't lost his job and said he planned to "pull up" to the station in hopes of getting a face-to-face interview with Romanik, to see if he would still talk that "rah rah sh*t."
TMZ caught up with Romanik this week and asked him if he would be willing to apologize to Waka.
"If he'll take the violence out of his rap, I'll never again call him a n*gger and I'll apologize to him. But until then, he is what he is," Romanik says in a video posted on the website. "I'm not a racist. I don't like that no-good greasy son of a b*tch. That's not hatred for the blacks. That's hatred for him and his actions. He can say it for the First Amendment. And he can talk about killing cops and killing crackers, but I can't?
"He said that I was disrespectful for calling him a n*gger because I'm nothing but a white cracker," he continued. "Waka Flocka can come by anytime in this world, but let me tell ya. I'm far from being a racist. I'm a proud white man. And if he thinks that thug a$$ of his scares me, he's got another thing coming."