Dog The Bounty Hunter

Thought He Had A Pass To Use The N-Word "I have more black friends than Eminem."

Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman finally responded to his daughter's claims of racism, but his excuse is just as old as he is.

Dog recently sat down with Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier, where he compared himself to Eminem to explain his past racist remarks.


“I thought I had a pass in the Black tribe to use it, kind of like Eminem,”  he said when asked why he felt free to use the  N-word.

The reality star continued his explanation, "my pass expired for using it, but no one told me that."

"I have more black friends than Eminem," he said, but ET's Kevin Frazier didn't let him off the hook.

"That is the proximity argument... 'I have lots of black friends, so that should make me okay with black people,'" Frazier frustratingly explained to him.

Dog and his new wife, Francie Frane, recently made headlines for not inviting his daughters to the wedding. Bonnie Chapman claims it's because she spoke out about his intolerable behavior.