When it comes to CNN scumbaggery, few are higher practitioners of the art than Don Lemon.
The race-obsessed Lemon and his sidekick Chris Cuomo (the brother of New York’s Dem governor) have played a big role in polluting the airwaves with fear and loathing, sleaze and smut ever since President Trump’s surprise election.
Hey, it beats reporting on missing airplanes and the ongoing search for the missing Natalee Holloway and Jon Benet’s killer.
But the 52-year-old Lemon continues to come unglued while on camera and we have yet another example of this with his invoking of the vulgar oral sex term “chickenhead” while chatting with BFF Cuomo on Wednesday night.
CNN's Don Lemon appears to use a sexual slur, tells Chris Cuomo: "Don't be a chickenhead"
"Chickenhead" is a slang term used to describe a person who performs fellatio
Right after saying it he tries to walk it back: "I don't know what that means, I just said it. I have no idea" pic.twitter.com/Ed2xb3EzsX
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 6, 2018
Lemon played it off.
CNN’s Don Lemon immediately walked back an apparent sexual slur that he used on Wednesday night while appearing on a segment on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time.”
The segment originally started out with Cuomo talking about PETA’s list of “anti-animal language” and then transitioned into talking about “more serious things.”
At the end of the segment, Lemon told Cuomo: “Don’t be a chickenhead.”
The term “chickenhead” is a slang derogatory term that is used to describe someone who likes performing oral sex on a man and is considered to be especially degrading toward women.
Lemon immediately walked his statement back, saying: “I don’t know what that means, I just said it. I have no idea.”
According to the Urban Dictionary:
1. a female who likes cock
2. a female who likes giving head, bobbing up and down like a chicken
3. a dance move
Is Lemon a liar that he has no idea what a term that he dropped so casually means?
Lemon is openly gay so draw your own conclusions on this one.