CNBC’s Kelly Evans apologized to viewers yesterday after a song that included the N-word aired during a tease. “We accidentally aired a piece of music this hour during a tease with inappropriate lyrics. That obviously should not have been on the air, and we deeply apologize for that and for any offense it may have caused,” Evans said. Watch:
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