The American used the n-word regularly during the act, as well as made jokes about Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, who was given an eight-match ban for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra last year.
When asked if organisers were wrong to book Hunter, the Daily Mail quotes Taylor's response as: "No, no, don't be silly. Are you serious? I think there were a few raised eyebrows over the comedian, but that is the sort of thing you can't control. It was unfortunate.
"He is a professional comedian. It's a difficult subject in football and with him not being fully aware of how emotive it has been in football, that was probably a difficulty for him."