In the wake of the murder of George Floyd and countless other Black men and women at the hands of police and so-called vigilantes, many white celebrities and enterprises are stepping up to speak out against racial injustice.
Wednesday, television personality Shaun Robinson, who is Bush’s former “Access Hollywood” co-host, took to Twitter to let him know that it’s all good that he now wants to be an ally for the Black community, but that if he really wants to do the work he should start by speaking to her about how white privilege impacted their relationship as co-hosts.
Robinson’s decision to call Bush to the carpet came after he tweeted a video of himself speaking with former NFL star Nate Burleson about the murder of George Floyd and the aftermath.
Robinson did not go into detail about her experiences on the set of “Access Hollywood,” but you don’t have to have that much of an imagination to get the picture.
Robinson appeared on “Access Hollywood” between 1999 and 2015.