A lot of people may dislike Gwyneth Paltrow, but when the haters pounced after an unfortunately-worded missive was posted to her Twitter account Friday night, they did so a bit too quickly.

Paltrow was one of the concert-goers in attendance when Kanye West and Jay-Z brought their 'Watch the Throne' tour to Paris. But of course since she's besties with Jay-Z and his wife Beyonce, she wasn't in the nosebleeds -- she was watching alongside Bey from backstage.

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Obviously he was referring to the name of the song and he "signed" the tweet himself, but some of Paltrow's nearly 1 million Twitter followers apparently aren't rap fans, because they thought a racial slur was being used -- and that Paltrow was the one who'd used it. One blogger in particular mused, "Gwyneth might be getting a little too comfortable around her black friends."

The-Dream quickly took responsibility for the mess, saying he was the one who actually wrote and sent the Tweet, and Paltrow herself defended it on Sunday, telling a detractor, "Hold up. It's the title of the song!"

So no, you can't hate her because she's a racist -- she's clearly not. For now, you'll just have to stick with the fact that she's rich, famous, pretentious and rubs elbows with the entertainment A-list. Isn't that enough?