Top Sneer? Intended Visitor to Barbados Denies Using “The N-Word,” just named his dog for a Black Athlete…

Soon to be in Barbados, TOP GEAR presenter Jeremy Clarkson has denied allegations he used the N-word when filming the hit BBC series.

The 54-year-old was allegedly heard reciting the offensive rhyme ‘eeny, meeny, miny, mo‘ – which contains the line, ‘catch a n****r by his toe‘ – in unaired footage.

The allegations, reported in the Mirror comes just weeks after Clarkson tweeted a picture of his black West Highland terrier and revealed he had named it after Ivory Coast footballer Didier Drogba.

{IMAGE VIA - theguardian.com} This British TV presenter known for punch-ups with folk like CNN's Piers Morgan, is soon to set foot on the shores of Barbados, with a 95% black population

{IMAGE VIA - theguardian.com} This British TV presenter known for punch-ups with folk like CNN’s Piers Morgan, is soon to set foot on the shores of Barbados, with a 95% black population

… Clarkson took to Twitter to deny the allegations, telling his three million followers: “I did not use the n word. Never use it. The Mirror has gone way too far this time.”

According to the Mirror, Clarkson uttered the N-word during filming of the third episode of Top Gear series 19 as the star reviewed the £25,000 Toyota GT86 and the Subaru BRZ – which costs around the same amount. {MORE AT UK’s THE VOICE ONLINE}

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