If you touch a stovetop, you're going to get burnt. Get that, big media?
If you haven't heard already, Giuliana Rancic from the popular show, Fashion Police, made a comment that shook the world. As it should. The comedian (is she a comedian? I think she's trying) said that Zendaya's hair at the Oscars looks like she smells of patchouli and weed. The rest of the devils laughed. Ha ha. Please watch the Vine below if you've like to see the ignorant comment for yourself.
If someone said to me, "Hey you look like you do karate and drive horribly and are a mail-order bride." I would say, "That is a racial assumption." And they were like, "Oh, I said that because you look fit and your car has dents and because you have a postage sticker on your face. Not because you're asian!" I WOULD BE SO FRUSTRATED. There are consequences to these things. And if you dare say that it's because modern day people can't take a joke, you're wrong. It's because people are done with racism, sexism, comedy made out of rape and whatever you use to make people laugh in your overused one-liners. People are done with that.
So if you want to offend people and can't take the reaction? Don't do it. If you want to steal but don't want to be arrested? Don't do it. If you want to eat sticks of butter but don't want to get fat? Don't do it. If you want to do the cinnamon challenge but don't want to choke? Don't do it.
If you want to go into the media and spread racism/sexism/hate/shame? Don't do it.
We're done with that shit. And I couldn't be happier that social media is giving the media a hard time over things like this. It's amazing. We have an effect. How many non-racist interns for that show are waiting for Giuliana Rancic's job? There are people who can have a better effect on the world.
What are your thoughts on this happening?