In a segment called “The Late Show’s Tolerance Tips,” host Stephen Colbert named a couple racially-charged incidents across the country, including the firing of two Joe Van Gogh baristas after Larry Moneta complained about a rap song playing at the shop.
”Hold on—if we’re allowed to complain about the music at coffee shops, I would like a warrant signed out for Michael Bublé‘s arrest,” Colbert joked.
Moneta, who is vice president for student affairs, has said that he found the song that was playing at Joe Vang Gogh—rapper Young Dolph's "Get Paid"—to be "quite inappropriate for a working environment that serves children among others." He specifically noted the lyric “I f**cked her up real good" in the Tuesday email.
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