Hannah Brown, the winner of the reality program ‘Bachelorette’, which American single women choose, is criticized for mentioning N-words that denigrate black people.
Hannah Brown posted an Instagram live video on the 16th (local time). In the video, she sang ‘Davivis’ ‘Rock Star’, but hesitated in the lyrics where the word appeared but eventually sang.
Hannah Brown, who has 2.8 million followers, was soon to be criticized. Fans who watched the live video were furious with the word ‘Niger’, which denigrated black people, but Hannah Brown’s response was inexperienced. She laughed, “I said that? I’m sorry,” and laughed and made a strange excuse, “My sister Patrick sang,” which sparked the fans’ anger.
Hannah Brown (Bachelorette) apologizes after using the N-word on Instagram Live video
Currently, the video has been deleted, but the situation has become serious as her video has spread rapidly on the Internet.
Eventually, on the 17th (local time), Brown said on Instagram again, “I must apologize to everyone. There is no excuse and I will not excuse what I said. I read the comments and I am sorry for the scar I left.” “It’s an unacceptable word,” he had to apologize again.