A racial slur in a Walmart.com post selling a Jagazi wig cap quickly drew fire Monday on social media. Walmart claimed the post was by a third party seller. Jagazi indicated the wig cap might be an ersatz version of their product.
A racial slur in a Walmart.com post selling a Jagazi wig cap quickly drew fire Monday on social media. Walmart claimed the post was by a third party seller. Jagazi indicated the wig cap might be an ersatz version of their product. Kelly P. Kissel AP File
A racial slur in a Walmart.com post selling a Jagazi wig cap quickly drew fire Monday on social media. Walmart claimed the post was by a third party seller. Jagazi indicated the wig cap might be an ersatz version of their product. Kelly P. Kissel AP File

The n-word describes a wig cap for sale —and puts Walmart in a tough spot

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