What in the everloving f. . . . . . .
BBC diversity chief says Idris Elba's TV detective Luther 'isn't black enough to be real' https://t.co/VCjHJkiqnc
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) April 14, 2021
Apparently, it’s because his character doesn’t have any Black characters in the show and he doesn’t eat Caribbean food:
You know it’s bad when it’s impossible to tell the satire account “Titania McGrath” from reality:
Thrilled to see someone FINALLY calling out Idris Elba for not being black enough.
Quite frankly, with all my pioneering work for social justice, I’m far blacker than Idris Elba could ever hope to be. pic.twitter.com/AvC540sq4U
— Titania McGrath (@TitaniaMcGrath) April 14, 2021
“There really is no difference now”:
Today's example of parody and reality merging. There really is no difference now. https://t.co/fMYIVNR7j6
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) April 14, 2021
The diversity chief is a racist?
Yesterday, it was implied I’m not black enough because I didn’t have any black friends in my photo.
Today, BBC’s diversity chief says @idriselba’s Luther “isn’t black enough” because “he doesn’t have any black friends”.
These lazy stereotypes are racist!https://t.co/sIDc7c0pnL https://t.co/bpQhEIKOfA
— Calvin Robinson (@calvinrobinson) April 14, 2021
On the plus side, this does mean Elba can be the next James Bond, right?
Turns out Idris Elba is white so maybe he can be the next James Bond now. https://t.co/7XUAGcyNnF
— @sirfrank (@sir_frankuk) April 14, 2021
Thesis and antithesis https://t.co/r2jiNpVAW1 pic.twitter.com/cVG6ZMMN2S
— Punished Pete ? (@redtorypete) April 14, 2021
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