“Fashion Queens” star Bevy Smith was forced to apologize for using previously acceptable gay slang on her Twitter account.
The children’s clothing company behind a racist monkey T-shirt display released a statement today calling the display a “total misunderstanding.” The company was criticized for hanging the monkey T-shirts on hangars featuring a black boy’s head. Other T-shirts displayed in the same line featured Caucasian children on the hangars.
CBS46 host Michelle Burdo has apologized for using the archaic racial descriptor ‘colored’ while speaking to a woman of African descent.
“Let me tell you something,” Burdo said during a live discussion with an African-American hair expert, “I’m not a colored woman but I have kinky hair just like her and when you straighten it every day, it’s…” she paused, searching for the right word. “Healthier,” she added.
How embarrassing is it when a commoner starts a petition to shame a millionaire into combing her daughter’s hair — and it works?
Bad girl Rihanna responded to TLC‘s criticism of her by altering a photo of the legendary girl group and replacing her Twitter header with the indecent pic.
Rihanna was recently banned from Instagram.com for violating IG’s decency policy by showing too much nipple. So far she is being dragged unmercifully on Twitter by TLC fans who are not amused by the Bajan singer’s blatant disrespect.
Music producer Pharrell williams has found a new way to draw negative attention to himself. He swapped his ridiculous designer mountie hat for a traditional Indian headdress — and Native American Indians are not pleased with his fashion faux pas.
…that his Twitter page was hacked when this anti-gay retweet about Pope Francis appeared on his Twitter timeline on Saturday, May 24.
— Rev. Backslider (@RevBackslider) May 24, 2014