Recently, ‘Bachelorette’ Celebrity Hannah Brown sang the N-word during an Instagram Live Video on Saturday. She was singing along to DaBaby’s song “Rockstar” when she uttered the racial slur.
She accidentally skipped the word “F- – – – “in the chorus and sang the line with N-word. At first, she appeared to be hesitant but sang it anyway. This raised many questions on HB, creating a heated debate on Instagram.
At first, she tried to cover it with cooked up stories. Brown tells people she spoke the racial slur but later pointed her Patrick as her fans were already angry. When this was not believed, she comes up with another attempt.
On Sunday, she uploads an apology through her Instagram story. Brown addresses her fans and understands the hurt that has been caused. Realizing such sort of language is unacceptable, she makes a promise to do better.
The same day, Lindsay tells folk in an Instagram Live video, “I’m personally offended by what was done.”
He adds to it that “It’s easy to make a statement, 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 be bold enough to use your face on camera and apologize in the same way that you said the word.”
However, the fans remained disappointed and upset. They consider it to be inexcusable and considers an apology not to be enough for the racial slur. Comment sections have completely flooded with disappointments.
Many said, “Her apology just shows her white privilege,” whereas, many appear to defend her as well. They report that Hannah appears to be drunk. The controversy is raging on social media.