Another wrote simply: "Say Black people Ellen". "But I have a platform and I have a voice and I have always defended equality".
"I have a platform, and I have a voice, and I have always stood for equality, and I always wanted to be the voice for people who didn't have a voice", she went on saying. I really don't know what to say other than this has gone on way, way, way too long.
"People have gotten away with murder and that's what is happening".
People were still unhappy, as they continued to express their distain for hanging out with the former Republican president, who passed and upheld anti-LGBT policies for years.
Ellen Degeneres He has taken a position in support of the Black Lives Matter movement after deleting his first attempt to speak on the subject. "That's what's happening. We've got to see fairness and justice for all, because right now this is not a fair world, not at all".
'Like so many of you, I am angry and I am sad, ' DeGeneres wrote, according to screenshots of her since-deleted post on Saturday.
The comedian/TV show host was being termed as "tone-deaf" and "hypocritical" by netizens who could not help but point out her contentious friendship with George W. Bush.
While the message clearly talked about unity, a lot of people took notice of how Degeneres played safe and generalised the movement by mentioned "People of Colour". Others encouraged the wealthy host to donate money, instead of just making videos.
Ellen DeGeneres is in hot water over a since-deleted tweet regarding the black community.
Nevertheless, DeGeneres has vowed to donate to several organizations, including the George Floyd Memorial Fund.
Ellen Degeneres has received backlash for a tweet that she had posted on social media about the ongoing anti-racism protest that has erupted in various cities of US.
A few days earlier, she was forced to delete a tweet about racial injustice after fans told her she was being vague and hypocritical, as well. 'People of color in this country have faced injustice for far too long.
"I'm sorry but of all the things she could say, that's it?" another agreed.