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2021's top political celebrity moments
The White House seeking help from an 18-year-old to promote COVID-19 vaccination. A reality star aiding in the aftermath of the U.S.'s chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal. A governor passing legislation inspired by a pop star.The past year had no shortage of buzzworthy moments when celebrities got involved in political happenings. Here are some of the most talked-about stories involving A-listers from the last 12 months.Caitlin JennerIn 2021, theThe past year had no shortage of buzzworthy moments when celebrities got involved in political happenings. Here are some of the most talked-about stories involving A-listers from the last 12 months.
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’sis finally elaborating on her “vile” tweet -- in response to castmate Jennie Nguyen’s resurfaced racially insensitive social media posts. On Sunday, the 49-year-old took to Twitter to post a statement.
“Since it was not perfectly clear in my previous tweet, and I can now speak out in more depth. I am sickened by my co-worker's racist and prejudicial posts that recently surfaced,” Marks wrote. “I do not stand behind or support these posts in any way, shape or form. I stand with and support the communities affected and targeted by this. I am deeply disturbed and outraged by her actions. Black Lives Matter.”
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The statement continued, “You will see repercussions. As difficult as it is, give things a moment to come to light. Know that I do not support this behavior in anyway and will continue to use my platform to speak out against it.”
On Wednesday, when the news of Nguyen’s post surfaced, Marks tweeted, “Vile.” When asked by a follower if she had anything else to say, Marks replied, “Not allowed to rn,” she wrote. “But yes I have a lot more to say about many things and I will.”
— Meredith Marks (@MeredithMarks0)
The same day,which included racially insensitive memes, mocked protestors and compared them to "thugs."
"I want to acknowledge and apologize for my deleted Facebook posts from 2020 that resurfaced today,” she wrote in part. “At the time, I thought I was speaking out against violence, but I have since learned how offensive and hurtful my words were."
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RHOSLC castmate Jen Shan also spoke out against the posts. "Since my RHOSLC cast member has admitted that she made those horrible comments and posts, I must now stand up, on behalf of my husband and sons who are African American, to say that I am deeply offended by the racially insensitive posts and comments,” she wrote in part on Instagram.
On Friday, a source told ET that Nguyen. Another source told ET that the women are “outraged” over the post which have been a topic of conversation during season 3 -- which is currently filming. According to the source, the other cast members plan to "hit [Nguyen] hard" on camera about the posts.
"It’s raw, but warranted," the source says of the conversations, noting that the cast is taking the stance of "we won't tolerate racism."
Another source added that Nguyen’s future on the franchise is still in question. "It's still very early on. Who knows what's going to happen with Jennie? She may not stick around for the whole season," the source said, adding that the cast lineup for the season 3 isn't finalized, as new women are likely to test out for roles in these early weeks of filming.
Professor who called students 'vectors of disease' sues to be reinstated .
A Michigan professor who mocked COVID-19 policies at Ferris State University is suing to get reinstated after the college suspended him for profanity-laced comments and calling students "vectors of diseases" in a viral Youtube video.Barry Mehler, a 74-year-old history professor at Ferris State, on Tuesday filed to be immediately reinstated, according to the complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan.The professorBarry Mehler, a 74-year-old history professor at Ferris State, on Tuesday filed to be immediately reinstated, according to the complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan.