The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City (RHOSLC) fame Jennie Nguyen has been grabbing the eyeballs of the netizens. Ever since her old posts from Facebook went viral, she has come under fire. You must be wondering what did she say in those posts that have brought her into the limelight. Well, let us tell you that the said posts featured messages and memes that slammed the Black Lives Matter movement and criticized the vaccine while she also showed her support to the Trump administration. Now, these posts are resurfacing on social media.
As the matter has caught fire and is spreading crazily online, Jennie has come forward and issued an apology. Sharing a post on Instagram, Jennie asked the public to forgive her for her past actions. The reality star wrote that she wants to acknowledge and apologize for her Facebook posts from 2020 which she has deleted but these are surfacing on the internet again. Jennie added that while sharing those posts, she had thought that she was raising her voice against violence but she has come to realize now that her words were extremely hurtful and offensive.
Jennie Nguyen Facebook Post Controversy Explained
Jennie went on to write that she deactivated that account a year ago and that she is trying to learn about perspectives that are different from her own. Ending the post, Jennie wrote that she truly regrets those posts and that she is sincerely sorry for the pain her posts caused to the people. She shared the post with the hashtag “#hateisvirus”. As per reports, the controversy came after the Vietnam native called out Mary Cosby, fellow RHOSLC castmate, for anti-Asian remarks after she commented on Jennie’s “slanted eyes.” As the matter came to light, netizens started bashing the reality star.
A Twitter user called Jennie Nguyen’s Facebook disgusting and accused of painting another cast member out to be a racist when she herself is rooted in evil. The user added that Jennie needs to be reprimanded immediately. While we are discussing the controversy, let us add that Jennie had shared an article by The Blaze in September 2020 which claimed that George Floyd was not killed by officer Derek Chauvin but has died of a drug overdose. At that time, Jennie had even shared posts that supported “White Lives Matter” and “Blue Lives Matter”. She even had called out the families of the victims and showed her support towards police officers.