Repeated video of Tony Robbins uses racial slurs to be discovered, the latest in a great revelations about the polarizing life coach.
The latest Buzzfeed investigation stage at Robbins shows a video shot in the 1980's, showing Robbins offering a presentation to a small crowd where he remembers the earlier encounters he described as "militant black".
To remember from the crowd, Robbins said how he spoke to a black attendant who is deeply concerned: "As long as someone calls you a ***** and gets this kind of response I've seen today, where you're ready to explode, and what you've done gives the person full control over you. "
" You have no control over your life, you're a slave still."
Bizarrely, then Robbins launched a dance while singing: "I'm a *****, you're a *****, be a ***** as well." [1
Robbins' lawyers told Buzzfeed that "the presentation was positive and accepted in the context in which it was performed: a passionate discussion about racism and how to rise above it".
They added: "Any suggestion that Mr. Robbins is somehow racist or uninformed in the African-American community is ridiculous and not true. In fact, one of the partners in the event of Mr. Robbins for the 25- plus that year is an African-American. "
Preliminary revelations from Buzzfeed include imaginations that Robbins exposed himself to female assistants and sexually harassed fans.
Robbins reprimanded the #MeToo movement in the past, saying that women used the #MeToo movement as "a drug" to make themselves "meaningful".
The millionaire self-help guru got the tape describing #MeToo as a reason for women to use the "victim" for their own way.
He then said a strange anecdote about a "famous, powerful man" who did not hire a "charming" woman who "was too dangerous to have him around"
Made by Robbins comments on March 10 at a seminar in San Jose, California, and eventually became viral.
"If you use the #MeToo movement to try to get the significance and certainty by attacking and destroying someone else … everything you've done is usually used a drug called significance to listen do yourself, "Robbins told the audience.
Robbins told the audience that he did not "hit the #MeToo's motion," but "pushed the victim". He told the crowd, asking them to consider its effect while saying "anger is not empowerment".
After the videocamera, the founder of #MeToo movement Tarana Burke was taken to Twitter to beat Robbins for his "misogyny".