Meghan Markle’s BFF loses everything after entitled black influencer bullies her for refusing to tout BLM

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Jessica Mulroney, a close friend of Meghan Markle who used to host segments on “Good Morning America,” has been booted from her job for not allowing a member of the Black Lives Matter cult and religion to bully her into submission.

The fiasco started when black lifestyle blogger and athlete Sasha Exeter reportedly shared an Instagram Story in which she issued a “generic” call-to-action demanding that white people in the entertainment industry speak out against alleged racism.

According to Exeter, Mulroney took offense to her call-to-action.

“One very prominent Canadian figure who used to be an acquaintance of mine named Jessica Mulroney took offense to a very generic call to action that I shared on my IG Stories,” she revealed in an Instagram video posted June 10.

“And what happened next was a series of very problematic behavior and antics that ultimately resulted in her sending me a threat in writing last Wednesday, June the 3rd.”

Listen to her whole rant below:

 

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Here’s the problem: While Exeter has claimed her IG Story was a “generic” call to action, the way she spoke about Mulroney in her June 10 video reeked of a personal vendetta rooted in racial grievance-mongering.

Listen, I’m by no means calling Jess a racist but what I will say is this: She is very well aware of her wealth, her perceived power, and privilege because of the color of her skin. And that, my friend, gave her the momentary confidence to come for my livelihood in writing. Textbook white privilege really, in my personal opinion,” she said.

She then purposefully bashed Mulroney for not bowing to her Black Lives Matter-rooted complaints, kvetching that “Jessica never wanted to stand up and use her voice in the first place and didn’t understand why she needed to.”

“This I found quite strange seeing that she is very vocal about supporting many causes and very open about everything else,” she added. “So how could she not be speaking up about this issue that’s affecting everyone in the world? Also, her best friend is arguably one of the most famous Black women in the world [Meghan Markle]. I just didn’t get it.”

But given Exeter’s belief that she somehow has the right and privilege to demand white people do this or that, who’s the genuinely privileged one between her and Mulroney?

She continued by again bashing Mulroney for not adopting her religion.

During the span of about a week or so, Jessica basically ticked every single box of what a white woman should absolutely not do during the biggest racial uproar in history, citing that this wasn’t really a problem that she wanted to share on her social channels, excuses that she would be bullied or vilified by the public media if she did so,” she said.

Claimed her show was more important to promote because it was going into, I believe, the season finale, and because after all, this is her job, and get this, ‘they matter too.’ She tried to use my one piece of sponsored content as her get out of jail free card because I think she felt that put us on the same playing field after she spent the first entire week of this crisis promoting her TV show with like, no mention of show of support or solidarity, like at all.”

From the sounds of it, Exeter tried to maliciously force Mulroney into doing things she wasn’t comfortable doing. There’s a word for that: BULLYING.

(Source: Cambridge Dictionary)

Yet the mainstream media have bought her false narrative hook, line and sinker. And amazingly, Exeter herself believes she’s the real victim because Mulroney had the guts to stand up to her racist, incoherent dogma.

“I was blocked from her Instagram account [on June 2nd] and a trail of offensive messages to me that ended in her saying and I quote, ‘I have also spoken to companies and people about the way you’ve treated me unfairly. You think your voice matters. Well, it only matters if you express it without shaming people who are simply trying to learn. Good luck,'” her rant continued.

Good for Mulroney. Exeter’s black skin doesn’t grant her the right and privilege to harass and shame others. She isn’t special, though she clearly feels otherwise.

“Now, I’m still shaking my head at this attempt and the audacity she had,” she continued. “Now, not only is Jessica very well aware of her white privilege but just like her fellow Canadian Amy Cooper, she spewed out that threat so effortlessly.”

“But I think what makes this situation really horrendous is the threat or the claim that she was going ahead and speaking to brands and companies that I potentially have worked with, or are currently working with or could possibly work with.”

The publication of Exeter’s narcissistic, self-absorbed has caused a whirlwind of insanity to descend upon Mulroney.

First she was axed from CTV, which canceled her reality show, “I Do, Redo”:

Then she was booted from “Good Morning America”:

And all this despite Mulroney having eventually apologized, even though it’s clear she did nothing wrong; she just stood up for herself:

 

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Please read my statement. It is from my heart.

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What a backward world this has become …

Vivek Saxena

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