CNN’s Andrew Cuomo FREAKS OUT Over Being Called “Fredo” But CNN Used The Term Repeatedly And So Did He

CNN’s Chris Cumo was recently approached by a man who called him “Fredo” in reference to the “dumb” brother in the Godfather series.

Cuomo did not take it well. In fact, he kind of lost it.

The Daily Caller reported:

‘I’ll F**ing Ruin Your S**t’ — Chris Cuomo Absolutely Loses It When Trump Supporter Calls Him ‘Fredo’

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CNN anchor Chris Cuomo lost his temper and threatened a man who called him “Fredo” with physical violence during a verbal altercation posted to Youtube on Monday.

The video, posted on the Youtube channel “THAT’S THE POINT with Brandon,” shows Cuomo getting increasingly angry with a photograph seeker who insisted he thought the CNN anchor’s name was “Fredo.”…

The video picks up with the man saying “I thought that’s who you were” after Cuomo apparently took issue being called the name from the outset.

“No, punk ass bitches from the right call me Fredo,” Cuomo said. “I’m an anchor on CNN. Fredo was on ‘The Godfather.’ He was the weak brother, and they use it as an Italian aspersion. Any of you Italian? It’s a fucking insult to your people. It’s an insult to your fucking people. It’s like the n-word for us. So, is that a cool fucking thing?”

Watch the video:

If Chris Cuomo really thinks calling someone “Fredo” is such a horrific insult, why didn’t he say anything when the slur was used on his own show?

In fact, the slur has been used on CNN repeatedly:

Here’s the craziest part. Cuomo actually once used that term to describe himself:

Cuomo has since apologized. Sort of…

Maybe he needs to cool it for a while.

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