Entertainment Emily Ratajkowski's husband apologises for using the N-word

02:00  07 june  2020
02:00  07 june  2020 Source:   covermg.com

Municipal in Paris: Agnes Buzyn's "apologies" for using the word "masquerade"

 Municipal in Paris: Agnes Buzyn's The LREM candidate in Paris presented her "apologies" for "having used" the word "masquerade", to qualify the first round of the ballot, in an interview with "Figaro". © afp.com/CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT The LREM candidate in Paris presented her The interview was expected.

Emily Ratajkowski ’ s white husband has apologized for “casually” using the n - word after being called out by a writer for BET. On Wednesday, the model — who has been vocal about Black Lives Matter and who has marched for the cause with her husband , Sebastian Bear-McClard

Emily Ratajkowski ' s husband is owning up to 'previous missteps' of using the N - word . Sebastian Bear-McClard took to Twitter on Thursday to apologize for incidents in his past in which he used the racial slur. His apology comes as the couple has repeatedly taken to the streets of Los Angeles for

Emily Ratajkowski standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera © Provided by Cover Media Emily Ratajkowski's husband Sebastian Bear-McClard has apologised for using the N-word.

The Uncut Gems film producer admitted to using the racial epithet after a writer for Black Entertainment Television (BET) called him out about the incident on social media.

"I used a word casually like it was mine to use," Bear-McClard wrote on Twitter in an apology on Thursday. "It's not, it never was, and never will be. In the past few years I've learned a lot about my privilege as a man and as a white person and about the history of racism in this country. Owning our misteps (sic) is a crucial part of changing the way the world operates. I'm embarrassed and ashamed and I sincerely apologize to everyone who I may have hurt."

Ben Affleck, Keke Palmer and More Celebs Take to the Streets to Protest George Floyd's Death

  Ben Affleck, Keke Palmer and More Celebs Take to the Streets to Protest George Floyd's Death A number of celebrities have taken part in the protests that are happening across the country.Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas stepped out to show their support for the movement at a protest in Los Angeles' Venice neighborhood on Tuesday. Affleck, wearing a gray T-shirt and hoodie, proudly held up a "Black Lives Matter" sign as he and de Armas were photographed crossing Abbot Kinney Boulevard with fellow demonstrators.

The white husband of Emily Ratajkowski - Sebastian Bear-McClard has apologized for using the n - word "casually," after being criticized by a BET journalist.

Emily Ratajkowski ' s husband , Sebastian Bear-McClard, apologized for 'casually' using the N - word 'as a white person' — details. “I used a word casually like it was mine to use ,” the Uncut Gems producer tweeted on Thursday, June 4. “It’ s not, it never was, and never will be.

Sebastian was prompted to apologise after BET style director Danielle Prescod commented on a post Emily wrote on Instagram in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and protestors, in which the Gone Girl actress wrote, "Feel so useless".

"I actually have an idea (of how you could help). You could start by talking to your husband, a white man, who has used the n-word repeatedly in my presence," Prescod replied. "So much so that another black friend was so disgusted she left (the party where he said it). Another black woman had the same exact experience.

"You probably have never seen this behavior. I would like you to address the issues in your home and then you can help us out here. I would like you to ask him what he can do differently ... I mean this with the utmost sincerity. It was hurtful and abusive."

Refund unlawful robodebt overpayments immediately, Shorten tells PM .
Bill Shorten has demanded Prime Minister Scott Morrison refund the money taken from Australians in the unlawful robodebt scheme immediately. The Shadow Minister for Government Services said the money taken in the robodebt scheme was "robbed" from vulnerable Australians. "It is a good thing that Mr Morrison has apologised, but if he is truly sorry, he will today pledge to repay the unlawful robodebt debts to people straight away, and if he was truly sorry, Mr Morrison will pledge not to reboot robodebt, not to try to revive robodebt 2.0 by the backdoor," Mr Shorten said."Repay the money. Don't reboot robodebt.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 1
This is interesting!