Are Hannah Brown and Rachel Lindsay Still Friends After N-Word Controversy?

Are Hannah Brown and Rachel Lindsay Still Friends After N-Word Controversy?

Are Hannah Brown and Rachel Lindsay Still Friends After N-Word Controversy?

"I promise to do better". Video of the incident is no longer available on Brown's Instagram account.

Though she seemed defensive over the incident saying 'So, you know what, I'm going to stay here, and y'all can think I said whatever I did or think I'm something I'm not, but I'm not that'.

It's 2020: Adding: 'So no, it's not cool to just sing it along the lyrics of a song especially not on your platform with millions of followers?! "And even if I did accidentally say it, I'm very sorry, I was singing a song and not even thinking".

Lindsay added that she was "personally hurt and offended" with Brown after seeing her post - especially since she had given her the "opportunity" to do more.

"Bachelor" alum Bekah Martinez called out Brown and the controversy on her own Instagram Story. Lindsay also stated that she went to Brown in private before speaking on anything publicly. Lindsay said. "Maybe it was a mistake, maybe they didn't realize the intention behind it, so let me give them the opportunity to now correct that mistake". This is about using your platform for reasons like this. "Now, I understand that an apology was made but when I know what could have been done, when I know what I challenged someone to do ... they refused to do it, or they did not do it". Or they did not do it. "Um, anyway..." Brown said. Her suggestion was for Brown to get on camera and be more honest and not take the "easy" way out.

"I did? I'm so sorry", Brown said, smiling and laughing. "We can't give people a pass for this". Online reported today that the reality star took to her Instagram Live yesterday and sang the lyrics to the song, "Rockstar", from the rapper, DaBaby. "I thought instead of me dragging [Hannah Brown], which is what people wanted me to do, and I'm not necessarily in the business of doing that, I thought, let me just pull out a verse from the Bible". But this brings Lindsay back to why she's speaking in the first place: to educate why that's still harmful.

For instance, the last time the host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, appeared on The Breakfast Club, he said it would be great to see a version of popular songs for white people with the "N-word" removed.

She went on to explain that use of the word outside of the black community holds different weight, power and historical racism. You should feel disgusted when you say that word.

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