Encore Casino Employee Who Gave Lynn Bar Bad Review For “Rap N***a F*** Music” Gets Fired After Threatening To Sue Turtleboy
Yesterday we published a blog about an Encore Casino employee named Donald Masterson who wasn’t happy about the ethnic music being played at a local dive bar in Lynn.
He showed up on the Clarence Woods Emerson Facebook page (follow here) demanding we remove the blog or face deformation lawsuits galore.
“Inappropriate to play in a neighborhood bar.”
Not when that neighborhood is in Lynn.
“Never said racial slurs to anyone.”
Bruh, you posted it directly on their Facebook page.
Then you said you were taking your business to a more sophisticated dive bar in a much more sophisticated town, like Brockton or Chelsea.
Then this happened today:
Encore Boston Harbor and Wynn Resorts do not permit racist language in our resorts and completely reject the use of it outside of our resorts. He is no longer employed by Encore Boston Harbor.
— Encore Boston Harbor (@EncoreResortBH) February 2, 2022
For the record, I never once asked for Encore to fire him or suggest that he should be cancelled. My take was that I was amazed that in the era of cancel culture anyone would think that it would be smart to jump on Facebook and write about their disdain for “rap n***a f*** music,” without facing any consequences. Ya know, because people have been fired for a lot less, and using the n word in public is probably the easiest way possible to lose your job in 2022.
Oh well, at least he’s vaccinated.
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