The conversation Co-host Sheryl Underwood, who recently found herself on the receiving end of co-host Sharon Osbourne’s misdirected outburst about Piers Morgan and Meghan Markle, is finally speaking.
HuffPost reports than before the show was put on a long hiatus, Sheryl uploaded to her podcast, The world according to Sheryl, to discuss his feelings regarding the incredulous incident last Wednesday.
“I slept well at night. I slept well because I didn’t do anything to anyone. And I was a good friend, no matter what came to me, I was a good friend. “
He later added: “The vibe for me was that this was already forgiven and over as soon as it was said. As soon as the screaming and screaming happened, it was already forgiven and finished. I don’t know what’s in Sharon’s heart, I don’t know what she’s feeling. The only feelings I can control are my own. “
Osbourne claims to have apologized to Sheryl while specifically highlighting Tonight’s entertainment Kevin Frazier said Underwood has unfortunately “not yet contacted” her. However, it should also be noted that in that same interview, Osbourne also expressed that she felt surprised and “prepared” by the entire conversation. (Whaa, whaa, whaa, white tears. Please. Give me a break, will you?)
Since I really couldn’t care less for Sharon and her apparent history of nonsense and antics on this show“I want to be sure to congratulate Sheryl for being so quick to spread feelings of forgiveness.” I’m not saying I wouldn’t forgive (eventually), but I’ve always found it interesting that whenever someone, particularly a black person, is slighted, there always seems to be pressure to quickly get out and extend an olive branch. There is almost never room for blacks to be really angry, very sad, or just express any kind of emotion out of understanding when an offense has been committed against them, especially when that offense is committed by a white person.
I would wonder why this is so, but I think we all know the answer.