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eill Andrews, the owner of Famous nightclub, continued to defend his racist rant against Indian customers; posted on his Facebook page on the 30th of December.Dame Susan Devoy, Race Relations Commissioner, has made a strong remark on the Famous owners comment and has asked people to boycott the club.After removing the posts, he said that, it was a joke and was over the top but continues to believe that young Indian men are a problem. Mr. Andrews believes, he is not the only one and Indian patrons are a problem everywhere.Ironically, he further says that he is not making a sweeping statement or saying it in general. After expressing some regret for posting the comment, Mr. Andrews suggested that he will be happy to host an “Indian night”, with all Indian customers and DJs – provided the customers pay for their own alcohol.On December 30th, he had posted the following:“Just because we don’t let groups of creepy Indian rapists into the club doesn’t make us racist, they also don’t buy alcohol”“Probably so they can be sober enough to tie up the sack and lift the body into the back of their hybrid taxi, while wearing oversized leather jackets and sports shoes.”However, Mr. Andrews said that no one was excluded from Famous because of their ethnicity. The story was picked up by Massive magazine and highlighted by the editor Morgan Browne, which went viral on Facebook from there on.
- IWK Bureau
Wellington bar labels Indian patrons as rapists
DJ Neill Andrews loses business after ‘racist post’
ompanies who have used wellington based dj nda (a.k.a. neill andrews) for functions have announced that they will not use him again as a result of an offensive status andrews posted on facebook on december 30.
ANZ issued a statement today conrming
that they would not use Andrews again at future ANZ events.“We have spoken to the company that organized the entertainment for our Christmas event and asked that Mr Andrews not be used at our events in future in light of his reported remarks on Facebook,” said the ANZ spokesman.Andrews has previously DJed at two ANZ Christmas functions.RACE Incorporated CEO Alasdair Robertson says he is aware of the social media comments alleged to have been made by Andrews.
“I nd the comments extraordinary and
quite incompatible with the standards of the Wellington Racing Club and the overall RACE Incorporated group,” he says.“Assuming the comments are correctly attributed we will not be having any association with Mr Andrews.”Andrews had been scheduled to DJ at the Wellington Cup Carnival on January 25.British DJ Carl Cox, whose management reportedly prompted Andrews to remove the offensive comment, is scheduled to perform at Famous on January 17. Cox’s management, Safehouse Management UK, still cannot be reached for comment.MASSIVE reported yesterday that Wellington DJ and owner of nightclub ‘Famous’, Neill Andrews, posted the below status on his Facebook page, to the “disgust” of Wellington club goers and residents:“Just because we don’t let groups of creepy Indian rapists into the club doesn’t make us racist, they also don’t buy alcohol. Probably so they can be sober enough to tie up the sack and lift the body into the back of their hybrid taxi, while wearing oversized leather jackets and sports shoes”.
- By Morgan Browne, Editor, Massive Magazine
“We have spoken to the company that organized the entertainment for our Christmas event and asked that Mr Andrews not be used at our events in future in light of his reported remarks on Facebook,” said the ANZ spokesman.