A SECRET row over “cultural appropriation” erupted on Celebs Go Dating between Joey Essex and matchmaker Paul Carrick Brunson, The Sun can reveal. The love guru, 46, accused reality star Joey , 30, of making a “racially insensitive” comment in scenes not shown to viewers. It's understood the row was sparked by Joey saying the phrase "fo sho" while responding to American Paul – slang meaning 'for sure'. Tensions escalated when Paul spoke to the Towie star in an attempt to explain why his comment could be seen as offensive. A source said: “It’s fair to say that Paul didn’t gel with Joey as well as the other contestants – not because of any personal animosity, but because Paul thought Joey wasn’t taking the experiment seriously. “By his own admission, Paul was finding the show difficult and was already uncomfortable prior to Joey’s entrance with being constantly referred to as P-Dawg. “At one point Joey misused some slang in front of Paul, who took him aside to explain why it could be seen as inappropriate.” Yesterday Paul quit the show after his bust-up with the celeb that went unaired. But in a dramatic U-turn he retracted his statement , saying:… Read full this story
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