Canada Jalabert, the big controversy
Whoopi Goldberg Spoke To People At ‘Sesame Street’ About Viral Video Controversy, Said, ‘What The Hell?’
The Sesame Place controversy made its way to Wednesday’s edition of “The View”. During the segment, moderator Whoopi Goldberg discussed the viral video in which someone costumed as “Sesame Street” Muppet Rosita, walking in a parade at the Sesame Place theme park in Philadelphia, waves away a pair of Black children after greeting some white kids. As Goldberg pointed out, the park isn't owned by non-profit Sesame Workshop, which essentially licenses the "Sesame Street" brand to SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, who actually run the place. "And if you think they did not catch hell for what was done, it's crazy," Goldberg said.
The images are striking: while the peloton spins at high speed in a straight line, the fall of a runner resulted in a monster pile up with a huge heap of tangled bikes. A massive fall which caused many harsh comments on social networks, some questioning the dexterity of the runners.
"The Tour de France is that? A collective fall festival. Are the girls ready for a competition of this level? I say that but I don't say anything, "did not hesitate to publish Pierre Salviac. And at the microphone of France Télévisions, Laurent Jalabert also pointed out the runners, regretting that they did not have the reflex to brake and did not hesitate to shoot straight. Words that have not been to everyone's taste. Witness the reactions of the Twitter.
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Laurent Jalabert nevertheless found an explanation for his fall: the use by certain team brake teams. A theory that does not convince everyone. “The equipment is not in question: women have the same equipment as men. And even if two teams have skate brakes, that makes no difference with the record brakes as long as the terrain is dry, "said a specialist.
: a famous deputy compares the sites of Qatar and the Eiffel Tower, created the controversy, then apologizes (video) .
World Karl Olive, Renaissance deputy and former director of the sports service of Canal +, made a strange parallel between the World Cup projects in Qatar and that of the Eiffel Tower. He finally apologized. © Franceinfo Karl Olive, Renaissance deputy and former director of the Canal +sports service, made a strange parallel between the World Cup projects in Qatar and that of the Eiffel Tower. He finally apologized.