A popular British columnist was fired after tweeting about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby Lily Bet Diana’s “racist” remarks.
British Telegraph columnist Julie Berger said she was fired after a “racist” tweet about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s newborn Lily Bet Diana.
After the Sussex daughter was named, the author made a series of “offensive” comments, Who was born on friday In California.
Berger said she was fired Telegraph After she had an ugly exchange with the famous British lawyer Joanna Toch about the name of the royal baby, it broke out on Twitter.
When Berger tweeted that Lilibet’s name was a “missed opportunity” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the test began.
She said they could have called her “Georgina Floydina”, referring to George Floyd, who was killed by police Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis last year. The murder triggered global protests.
When referring to Meghan’s mother, Doria Raglan, Toki replied to Berger’s original tweet: “No Doria? Doesn’t the black name matter?”
Berger responded that she “hoped Doria Oprah, a racist.”
Toki replied, “Dopra?”
Before Toch apologized and deleted her profile, hundreds of people attacked the women online.
Conversations between women have been labeled “disgusting racism” and “despicable”.
Located in Brighton telegraph However, the writer did not apologize for her tweet.
She said today: “I was fired telegraph -It has been a wonderful five years, and I will always thank them for ending my wilderness years.
“But if I say that I haven’t complained to my husband frequently recently that they always reject my avant-garde column ideas and give me more plain ideas, then I’m lying-anyway, I’m doing a very good job. “
This telegraph When asked, it was not confirmed that Berger was fired. sunBecause she is a contributor, not a staff member.
The newspaper made it clear that they are not responsible for the content posted on Twitter.
In response, Toki said today: “I am very sorry for the comments and the jokes I saw.
“In my career, I have been fighting against abominable racism.
“I am not a judge. I have children of color. I apologize unreservedly.”
Her law firm, Family Law Cafe, later revealed that they had suspended her “with immediate effect and awaiting internal review of her recent comments.”
A statement from the directors said: “FLC considers her comments to be offensive and unacceptable, and is highly contradictory with the inclusive way FLC has been and will continue to work with all community members to address the challenges of marriage and family disputes.”
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