Gwyneth Paltrow raised eyebrows after attending a Watch The Throne concert in Paris last week. The Oscar-winning actress surprised people by sending a tweet from backstage referencing the group’s hit song, “N****s in Paris.” Singer/songwriter The-Dream snapped a picture of Gwyneth dancing on the side of the stage and tweeted it out from her account writing "Ni**as in Paris for real @mrteriusnash (the dream) tyty, beehigh." Since the comment was sent from Paltrow's account, it set off a firestorm on Twitter, where fans and bloggers ripped the actress for seemingly using the n-word. Paltrow replied to the criticism on Twitter last weekend writing tweets like, "Hold up, it's the title of the song! People are such babies. It's a freaking song title," and "It's not the title of the song when you use it to refer to people you know in real life. Don't play dumb." We caught up with the The-Dream, who defended Gwyneth. The-Dream took to Twitter to clear the air, writing: "Fyi Sorry for the Confu I typed Ni**as in Paris for real from Gwens phone. My bad I was Fkd up please excuse it! We were lit!"
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