Artie Lange banned from ESPN, loses Comedy Central gig after racist, sexist rant

Comedian Artie Lange isn't going to be on ESPN anytime soon after his sexually charged and racist Twitter rant on Wednesday directed at ESPN reporter Cari Champion.

In it, he explicitly detailed his sexual fantasy with the sports journalist.

“The chick on ESPNs First Take is so Fu**in hot," he tweeted.

Howard Stern’s former sidekick then described a "slave fantasy" involving Champion.

ESPN's rep told FOX411: “His (Lange’s) comments were reprehensible and no one should be subjected to such hateful language. They objectify and demean one of our valued employees under the thin guise of 'comedy' and are offensive to all of us. We will not dignify them with any other comment.”

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    Lange tweeted an apology, saying it was a joke, but it was too late.

    TMZ reported that ESPN had banned the controversial comic from ever appearing on the network, and Lang also lost a scheduled Comedy Central appearance due to his comments.

    FOX411 reached out to Lange and Champion, but did not receive comment.

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