On Thursday, the BBC announced that the world would have to wait until next week to learn of its decision regarding Jeremy Clarkson's future as a Top Gear presenter.

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Since then, the network has been silent on the subject of his suspension, pertaining to a recent incident that, some sources have reported, involves an alleged verbal and physical altercation.

Clarkson, on the other hand, has—characteristically—not been silent. Earlier today, a video of him speaking to a supportive crowd at the Roundhouse in London, as part of a charity event, was posted to YouTube; and it appeared that the embattled host had already made up his mind about whether or not he'd return to the Britain's most popular factual program.  

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Fair warning: This clip is laced with profanity, but it has been censored out.


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