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Once I broke a friend's Nose for using a racial slur: Barack Obama

The name of America's 44th President Barack Obama is recorded in history. He was the first black president of the country.

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Published on 24 Feb 2021 4:03 AM GMT

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New Delhi: Former President of America Barack Obama has made a big disclosure about his school days. During a podcast, Obama stated that he broke his partner's nose during a school fight. The former president said that he did this due to a racist comment. The special thing is that Obama was the first Black President of America. He has been speaking on racism both during and outside the office.

Once I had fight with my friend: Obama

At local time on Thursday, Obama said that he had a fight with a colleague because of a racist remark. According to Hill, Obama said, "Listen, I was in school then, I had a friend." We used to play basketball together. Once we had a fight and he abused me. The former president said, 'I remember that I hit his face and broke his nose. We were in the locker room.

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This is first time Obama talks about this matter:

According to Hill, Obama joined Spotify's podcast Renegades. The 44th President of America said, 'I explained to him, I said - Never tell me anything like this.' He said 'I can be poor, I can be ignorant, I can be ugly. I may not like myself, I may be unhappy, but you know what I am not? I'm not like you '

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According to Hill, this is the first time Obama has put this matter publicly. He said during an interview in 2015 that America is not completely overcome by racism. Obama's statement came after the shooting incident at the historic Black Church in South Carolina.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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