The carrot-topped Prince of Wales has done it again! Prince Harry shocked the world with racist comments, calling military friends “‘paki,” the derogatory term for Pakistanis, and “raghead,” a slur that refers to muslim head dress.

Ok, maybe he didn’t shock the world -this is the same person who dressed up as a Nazi, complete with swastika armband for a costume party, and indulged in marijuana and underage drinking. Let’s just say that considering Prince Harry’s track record we’re surprised this is making headllines, especially since the comments were made back in 2006.

Patrick Harrison, a spokesperson from the Prince’s office, released a statement on Saturday claiming Harry didn’t mean any offense with the term “paki.”

“Prince Harry fully understands how offensive this term can be, and is extremely sorry for any offense his words might cause,” the statement said.

In their own statement Britain’s defense ministry said “Neither the army nor the armed forces tolerates inappropriate behavior in any shape or form” but also added “We are not aware of any complaint having been made by the individual.”

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In a move reminiscent of hip-hop rappers honoring fallen friends, the daughter of Pakistan’s assassinated prime minister Benazir Bhutto has written a tribute rap song for her mother.

The song entitled “I Would Take The Pain Away” features a five-minute video with clips and photographs of the slain Bhutto. The video was broadcast on Pakistani television and Youtube.

Bakhtawar Bhutto, 18, is a student at England’s Edinburgh University and sings, “My mother was murdered. I don’t even comprehend. Was it worth dying for? I’m walking through screened doors.”

Benazir Bhutto was the first woman elected to head a Muslim state and was murdered in a hail of gun fire and a suicide bomb attack in December of 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

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