India Willoughby defends her controversial Black and White Minstrel comments and says drag queens can be deleterious to the transgender community

CELEBRITY Big Brother’s India Willoughby has shielded her controversial comments comparing drag queens to The Black and White Minstrel show.

The transgender journalist, 51, murderous viewers last week after she became dissapoint at Andrew Brady sauce in drag and told him it was like the extremist BBC show.

 India Willoughby has shielded her Black and White Minstrel comments
India Willoughby has shielded her Black and White Minstrel comments

However India is adhering to her opinion and told The Sun Online she thinks drag acts can be as deleterious to trans women as Black and White Minstrels were to people of colour.

Just hours after leaving the residence she said: “I don’t consider the criticism should be controversial and we consider in one hundred years’ time people will agree.

“The people who feel that way are people in my conditions who have what we have.

“I know that drag queens are not going on theatre every night to make life tough for trans women, but we am really worried that they will leave an sense that stereotypes us.”

 The transgender publisher left CBB viewers mad when she compared drag queens to the extremist BBC show
The transgender publisher left CBB viewers mad when she compared drag queens to the extremist BBC show

The Black And White Minstrel Show was a primary time BBC series that ran from 1958 until 1978. Its white expel achieved songs in blackface and at its rise it pulled in audiences of 21million.

India Andrew entering the room in drag to the barbarous TV show, saying: “Like in the old days when black and white minstrels would put on a show and everybody would cheer.”

Venting on Twitter viewers wrote: “WOAH! India just compared drag to the Black White Minstrels. No. #CBB

“Wow we can’t trust India just compared her fear of drag queens to black people seeing black and white minstrels… #CBB

 The comments came when Andrew Brady dressed in drag
The comments came when Andrew Brady dressed in drag
 The Black and White Minstrel Show saw white actors in blackface and seemed on the BBC in the seventies
The Black and White Minstrel Show saw white actors in blackface and seemed on the BBC in the seventies

“Black white minstrels…oh no she didn’t #cbb

“#CBB. Did India actually just collate drag to black and white minstrels???? FFS someone close this stupid lady up. Self obsessed, boring and destroying her career. Also sincerely ill informed.

“You can’t review drag queens to black and white minstrels- that’s undisguised racism!! How could she even contend that. #cbb.

“Did India just contend drag queens and the black white minstrels were similar? Not quite… #CBB.”

 India annoyed viewers with her remarks
India annoyed viewers with her remarks

The moments heading up to the exhilarated evidence in the vital room saw Andrew ask a sulking India: “You OK, sweetie? we just wanted to apologise. we didn’t wish to provoke you.”
Once he’d left the room, India sniped: “Hope we didn’t p**s you off… joke.”

Minutes later, she stormed into the vital area and exclaimed: “I wish to explain because that dissapoint me.”

With a potion of booze in hand, she declared: “I was crying. we am a woman.”

She went on to say, she didn’t like that a man in a dress entered the room and invited people to giggle at it.

Andrew did his best to explain he was trying to mangle down gender stereotypes, being a stay kid himself from a macho credentials in Yorkshire.

India discharged his comments, causing Andrew to charge into the garden and tag her “a d***head”.


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