Aug 02, 2020
Teen Mom Jenelle Evans accused of using N-word in TikTok video as she insists ‘I didn’t!’
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JANELLE Evans is accused of using the N-word in a recent TikTok video as she continues to deny it.
The Teem Mom 2 alum was forced to defend herself from critics who called her out for allegedly using the N-word during one of her dance-focused videos.7Jenelle has been accused of saying the N-word during a recent TikTok videoCredit: TikTok 7The clip shows the former reality TV star dancing to Saweetie's Tap inCredit: TikTok
It all kicked off after the former reality TV star shared the clip which included her showing off her booty in a white and orange bikini while mouthing the words to Saweetie's Tap in.
But some fans claimed Jenelle, 28, also mouthed the N-word that is dropped in the song, which led her to respond.7Jenelle was forced to defend herself after the harsh accusation
One person said: "UMMMM did she really just mouth that?"
Jenelle responded: "I didn't."
However one viewer defended her and said, "I put it on slow mode. She definitely did NOT say it."
Jenelle again responded with: "I wouldn't have uploaded if I did."7Fans continued to call Jenelle out and accused her of mouthing the word Teen Mom Jenelle Evans shakes bare booty in teeny thong bikini after slamming troll who said daughter had speech problem
While Jenelle denied it and some users supported her, other commenters continued to call her out, with one person saying, "how is she not canceled yet?"
Another added, "She said the N word."
Jenelle is no stranger to controversy, especially lately as people recently came after her for not wearing a mask inside of a Walmart, and for taunting a woman who did.7Jenelle has kicked off a lot of drama recently as she also did not wear a mask while shopping with her husbandCredit: Getty Images
It occurred when Jenelle shared a video titled Quarantine Hair-Dye, which included her talking with her husband David Eason, 32, in their car in the Walmart parking lot with their kids sitting in the back.
The married couple begin to then mock a woman as David said: "This lady is just standing in the middle of the freaking road."7Jenelle also shot back at a troll who suggested her daughter may have speech problemsCredit: MTV 7Jenelle has three kids from three different relationshipsCredit: Refer to Caption
Jenelle laughed and said: "She's gotta put her mask on first."
David added: " Before she crosses the street," before Jenelle says, "She can't get too close to people!"
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She wrote on Instagram: "Whoever made up the BS rumor my daughter has speech problems, you have no f***ing idea how my daughter speaks.
"We haven't even been on TV for more than a year so when did you hear her talk?"
She added: "She speaks perfectly fine and her vocabulary is better than Kaiser's. STOP SPREADING FALSE INFORMATION."
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BBC apologizes for racist slur in newscast
Director-general Tony Hall sent a memo to staff apologizing for the use of the slur, after the BBC reportedly received more than 18,600 complaints about the use of the word in a news report last month.
“We are proud of the BBC’s values of inclusion and respect, and have reflected long and hard on what people have had to say about the use of the n-word and all racist language both inside and outside the organisation,” Hall said in the message, according to a copy of the email shared with The Hill.
Hall said BBC’s “intention was to highlight an alleged racist attack” by using the slur in the report last month about an attack on a young Black man in Bristol, England. But, Hall said, he recognizes it “ended up creating distress amongst many people.”
“The BBC now accepts that we should have taken a different approach at the time of broadcast and we are very sorry for that. We will now be strengthening our guidance on offensive language across our output,” Hall added.
Comedian and broadcaster Sideman quit music station BBC1Xtra on Saturday over the use of the word and the corporation’s failure to apologize, The Associated Press reported.
A spokesperson for the radio station said they were disappointed by Sideman’s decision but are open to working with him in the future.
“Sideman is an incredibly talented DJ. Obviously we are disappointed that he has taken this decision. We absolutely wish him well for the future,” the 1Xtra spokesperson said. “The door is always open for future projects.”Tags BBC