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Hannah Brown Releases Apology After Singing the N-Word on Instagram Live

Hannah Brown Releases Apology After Singing the N-Word on Instagram Live”

Tyler Cameron took to his Instagram story and urged his followers to "lift up" Hannah Brown after she was seen using the N-word during an Instagram livestream. I have ready your messages and seen the hurt I have caused. "It's easy to hide behind words, but when you're bold enough to say the N-word on camera, on your platform... then you need to bold enough to use your face on camera and apologize in the same way you said the word", Lindsay said on her Instagram Live. "At the end of the day, she just really likes "Rockstar" because it's such a catchy song coupled with a fun TikTok dance", the insider adds. "I'm so sorry. I was singing a song, I'm so sorry".

"I did?" she expressed when it was brought to her attention (which was captured by Bachelor Tea Spill).

You can't say it: Clearly taking name at Brown, without mention of the former Bachelorette, she said "You can't say the N-word just because black people say it".

Fans and foes have weighed in on Brown's actions, flooding social media with comments that range from outraged blasts to avid support.

'I am terribly sorry and know that whether in public or private, this language is unacceptable. I don't think... Maybe it was Patrick [her brother]. Her eight-minute video went on to explain exactly what the caption to her post stated: "Non-Black People Should Not Use the Word Nigg*", and Tyler couldn't have agreed more. "I promise to do better". I've never called anybody that.

"You should feel disgusted when you say that word", Lindsay said in her Instagram video. "Mama said knock you out!" with the hashtag "#disni**a", a variation of the N-word. So I thought, you know what, let me just speak to the person directly and let them know how I'm feeling. "It's 2020.at least make a legitimate apology and acknowledge your behaviour".

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Despite her eventual apology, some online feel it's not good enough, including Rachel Lindsay, the first and only Black lead in the history of The Bachelorette.

She continued, "We can't give people a pass for this. You should feel uncomfortable".

She went on to explain that use of the word outside of the black community holds different weight, power and historical racism.

Few words carry as many negative connotations as the N-word, yet even high profile celebrities keep getting caught saying this very contentious word even lately. "Educate yourself and listen to what Rachel has to say about the word B*tch and hopefully it'll star to click for you".

Finally, he concluded his post by defending Hannah and encouraging people to lift her up instead of sending so much hate and negativity her way: 'In these moments you have the opportunity to bury somebody or lift them up.



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