Soon, the corporations that ditched Paula Deen last week for admitting she used the N-word after being held up at a bank where she worked 27 years ago will receive carefully crafted letters from outraged Paula Deen fans, written on butter wrappers.
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The We Support Paula Deen fan page on Facebook amassed nearly 300,000 fans in two days. A petition's circulating to bring her back to the network after she was chopped for admitting to using the N word 27 years ago.
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