Megyn Kelly apologises for her racist “Halloween Remarks”.
“I want to just start off by saying it’s never okay for an individual of one race to dress up as another. I wasn’t even defending“ black face” in the argument we had, I was talking about equality. I’ve never been a PC person, I’ve always preferred Macs. When I was a kid, that was okay as a character.”, a teary eyed Megyn Kelly spoke to her viewers to receive an emphatic standing ovation.
Al Roker wasted no time in responding and blasted Kelly for her comments,
“I’m older than her. I grew up watching Amos ’n’ Andy, I know racism when I see it. I also see a job opportunity when you totally fuck up your career, whitey.”
“It’s okay to be racist against White People, But don’t you dare bring Blackface into this conversation!”, commented an angry YouTuber.
Whilst Megyn Kelly did go on to apologise for her comments by sending Heart-shaped Emoji emails to her staff at “NBC”.
People of colour are still not convinced her apology is genuine.
Drake went onto explain this situation by releasing his new single, “You know better”, we took one for the team and actually listened to the song so that you don’t have to —
“Baby, I know we all mess up,
Sayin’ shit that’s all effed up,
Halloween ain’t about hatin’,
Christmas is all about lovin’,
Let’s get back to talkin’ about carin’,
’Cause you know that’s what’s most importin’ [sic],
I come from from both sides of the colour,
Mixin’ race like I mix my dollar,
Love is the most crucial currency,
Bitcoin ain’t got shit on me.”
Music Critics claim this might just be a shoddy attempt at reclaiming the spot light by Drake, but artists close to the Canadian Rapper have maintained he’s truly affected by Megyn Kelly’s comments and hopes to bring harmony to the world and reduce racial tensions by terrorising fans on Halloween with his music.