With all the hype surrounding Duane 'Dog' Chapman's use of an inflammatory word to describe his son's girlfriend, popular website www.xfusenews.com is hosting a respondent poll to find out what America thinks should be the fate of this pop culture favorite and his television show.
Duane 'Dog' Chapman recently issued a statement of remorse surrounding his flamboyant use of the 'N-word' when referring to his son Tucker's girlfriend Monique Shinnery while in a private phone conversation. Now, however, this reality television star must wait and see if his television series has been canceled for good, or will resume in the coming months. In a recent episode of The Larry King Show, a participant survey was taken, and nearly 70 percent of the viewing audience thought the show should remain on the air. Now www.xfusenews.com wants to know what America thinks.
With the greater part of pop culture's blogger nation weighing in on the state of affairs surrounding 'Dog' Chapman's use of the socially corrupt adjective used to describe black Americans; this recent racial confrontation has taken the lead in most news casts and pulled ahead of news related to the 2008 Presidential campaign. For that very reason, the popular political and news byte website xfusenews.com has posted a poll for readers to take part in. Xfusenews.com wants to know if the A&E television network series Dog the Bounty Hunter should remain canceled, or should this long running series be brought back to the air? With the results of this poll being brought to the attention of the network, the opportunity to let a collective voice be heard is now available.
Xfusenews.com Editor and Staff Columnist Joshua Johnson thinks a line has been crossed in reference to the use of a private conversation being used as fodder for the shelving of this network series. According to Johnson, “I truly don't think it matters what side of the fence you are on when it comes to racial equality. We all want there to be mutual respect between all races, both physically and verbally, but what I cannot figure out is why a private conversation between a father and son has now compromised the status of a network television series. Should private conversations be held accountable in the public eye, especially when it truly has no bearing on the reason why this person has gained pop culture notoriety? That is the answer we are looking our readers to give."
Meanwhile, Duane 'Dog' Chapman awaits the possibility of not only losing his television show but also being named in a lawsuit by his son's girlfriend Monique Shinnery. Shinnery claims that she must stand up and not let someone 'bully' her around, at least that is what her attorney advises she should do. Can you bully someone in a private phone conversation? At the conclusion of the polling period, Johnson and his staff will compile the results of the poll and send them directly to A&E Network officials.
For further information contact Joshua Johnson at www.xfusenews.com or at 813-425-2561