This morning, NBC moved from #NBCFail into #NBCDisgrace territory.
NBC chose to air an interview with Kris Jenner instead of respecting the moment of silence for the people who lost their lives. Classy.
— Marissa Pink (@wfpinky) September 11, 2012
Sadly, no. While the country was observing a moment of silence to remember 9/11, NBC let its shameful show. Not only did they fail to observe a moment of silence, they went with a Kris Jenner interview instead. About breast implants.
A country is remembering. Loved ones are continuing to mourn and pay tribute to lives lost. And NBC? Kardashians. Twitter users are infuriated and rightly call out NBC for its shameful actions.
— Megawatt Herb Drench (@mdrache) September 11, 2012
— Griz (@Griz24) September 11, 2012
— R. Lee (@BeckyCuban88) September 11, 2012
— Aaron Moss (@aaronmoss00) September 11, 2012
— Brian Dear ☨ (@superacidjax) September 11, 2012
— Chadwick (@WickInk) September 11, 2012
— Bryan Ellicott (@b_ellicott) September 11, 2012
— Pietro Filipponi (@Poni_Boy) September 11, 2012
Come on!NBC-Today show skips 9-11 moment of silence to do a another damn useless Kardashian interview?
No wonder Y-nobody watches networks
— Tim (@Tallbadge) September 11, 2012
NBC Fucks up the Olympics and Not Airing the Moment of Silence over a Kardashian Interview.. just shut the Channel Down..
— Anthony Thornton (@antdogs) September 11, 2012
— Jim Lokay (@Lokay) September 11, 2012
— Jordan McPhail (@MissSocialJ) September 11, 2012
Shame on #nbc for not observing a moment of silence.
— Canotations (@MatthewCano) September 11, 2012
Fox’s Janice Dean concurs.
— Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) September 11, 2012
And the hashtag #BoycottNBC is springing up as a result of this disgrace.
I've lost a respect for NBC for skipping their moment of silence for 9/11 just to interview Kris Jenner #Remember911 and Boycott NBC
— † carolina blue † (@zosoangel) September 11, 2012
— Jason Woodard (@jdwoody76) September 11, 2012
And #NBCFail is being used once again.
— Kathryn Freeman (@KathrynAnnette) September 11, 2012
— Shayna (@SCJoson) September 11, 2012
— Shannon Davidsen (@Shan_Davi) September 11, 2012
— Public_Interest (@Public_Interest) September 11, 2012
— Ian Beyer (@ianbeyer) September 11, 2012
Shame on you, NBC. Shame on you.