Michelle ‘Bombshell’ McGee Says She’s Not Racist, Some of Her Friends Are ‘Colored’

For a thoroughly modern attention whore, Michelle “Bombshell” McGee could really stand to update her vocabulary.

McGee—who, lest she failed to remind you sometime in the last three seconds, allegedly had an affair with Sandra Bullock’s husband Jesse James—took to the airwaves on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM show on Wednesday to discuss the fact that, for some crazy reason, some people tend to think of her as unfriendly toward minorities.

Quizzed by Stern on her somewhat controversial swastika tattoo, the heavily-inked model/stripper conceded that she had the work done when she was “young” and “stupid,” but denied point-blank that she ever had white-supremacist leanings:

“[I] was never a white supremacist—more like white-pride stuff.”

Well, that clears that up! 

McGee went on to claim that she isn’t even qualified to be a white supremacist, using an unfortunate choice of words in her defense:

“I make a really horrible racist Nazi; I have too many colored friends.”

Colored? Really, Michelle? The pre-Civil Rights era called; it wants its thesaurus back. (Check out audio of the jaw-dropping exchange here.)

McGee might suck as a Nazi, but as an unending source of stupidity, she’s aces.