The next time you see an idol in your life, try not to think of it as a hairstyle.
Instead, think of her as a personality, like a favorite.
For example, if you were to describe an idol as a friend or a rival, your thoughts would likely be filled with images of her dancing, singing, or holding a microphone.
But that’s not how it works in reality, and this is where the popularity of the “American Idol” host has led to some very real controversy.
In the first episode of her new show, “American Ghetto,” the new host, who is named Angela Carter, made headlines for making racist comments about her black audience.
The host said: “You know what, I want to make a statement.
If you’re going to be in this place, you’re in this fucking place.
And I want you to know that.
You have a chance to do something, so don’t just take this shit from me.”
She also said, “I think we have the biggest black audience in the world.
But they ain’t going to love us because we ain’t the ones singing.”
During the segment, Carter also referenced her own experiences as a black woman in the music industry, referencing her own “I was born with a gun in my mouth” moment in her song “The Gun.”
After her comments, many pointed to the fact that she has an older brother, Michael, who also has a history of racist remarks.
According to ABC News, Carter apologized on Facebook, and she also said she was “disgusted and embarrassed.”
But some of her fans still feel like she has to apologize because of her past.
In a Facebook post, she wrote: “I’m sorry, but I am not the person that I am today.”
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