Bette Midler called & # 39; racist & # 39; via the tweet from the Trump rally that African Americans were & # 39; paid to be there & # 39;
Bette Midler has been fired for a tweet suggesting that African-Americans are paid in a re-election rally by Donald Donald Trump & # 39; were to be there.
The 73-year-old actress posted the inflammatory responses on Wednesday, in which she also said supporters in the & # 39; blackground & # 39; goods.
The tweet was criticized online with one user, Heather Champion, who stated that her message assumes that & # 39; black men cannot think for themselves, but want to be bribed & # 39 ;.
Champion added that Midler, which has 1.7 million followers on the social media platform, the & # 39; definition of a racist & # 39; used to be.
The Hocus Pocus star did not comment further on her comments, except to respond to a message about her use of expletives in other tweets.
Bette Midler accused President Trump's African-American supporters of & # 39; paid & # 39; to be there in a Tweet on Wednesday, in which they also appear in the & # 39; blackground & # 39; has synchronized
The 73-year-old actress, who played in Hocus Pocus, did not explain her comments further than to justify her use of expletives in other tweets
A Heather Champion of Twitter users described Midler as & # 39; the definition of a racist & # 39;
Activist Candace Owens accused Midler of having a & # 39; malfunction & # 39; in an earlier tweet and said the actress & # 39; everyone hates & # 39;
& # 39; Oh, Robby my boy. You have looked with #BigotBette @BetteMidler. Those who shout the loudest (and drop most F-bombs) ….. & Twitter user Shirl wrote.
& # 39; As many as I like! I personally enjoy cursing. Why don't you try it, you tense … ha! & # 39; Midler replied.
The first tweet from Midler, which had received more than 1,800 retweets and more than 5,600 likes on Thursday, continued to cause online controversy.
Activist Candace Owens wrote that the actress & # 39; everyone hates & # 39; and accused her of a & # 39; bad luck & # 39 ;.
& # 39; White Democrats hate republicans to free black people again, & # 39; Owens added.
& # 39; Really, Bette? REALLY? & # 39; recording artist Joy Villa wrote. & # 39; You are so crazy to insinuate that black Americans have absolutely no thoughts or values and their country & @realdonaldtrump only for & # 39; would support money & # 39; SMH do you probably think it's all pimps and that black women like me are just h ***? & # 39;
Actor Terence K. Williams also accused Midler of racism and wrote: (Trump) did not pay black people to support him! We can think for ourselves. I never received a check! & # 39;
Twitter user Twiggy wrote: & # 39; Blackground? Wow, & # 39; and one more, AlexaPlayWuTang added: & # 39; I never watch Hocus Pocus again. & # 39;
& # 39; That's a racist c *** there, & # 39; another wrote Page six. & # 39; I think an old white woman like you can decide what and how black people should believe and vote. & # 39;
Double O-X added: & # 39; I am so sorry that you are so uneducated. Let me know if I can help you with anything. & # 39;
Actor and comedian Terrence K. Williams shot back that he supports President Trump and has never been paid
Recording artist Joy Villa added that the insinuations of Midler & # 39; crazy & # 39; and mentioned how insulting it was to believe that & # 39; black Americans have absolutely no spirit or values of their own & # 39;
Another Twitter user ventured into the Hocus Pocus star and stated that she & # 39; professional help & # 39; needed
Trump re-election campaign supporters at a meeting in Greenville, North Carolina, last week. He still has to respond to Midler, but in a previous spit she accused her of a & # 39; washed up psycho & # 39; to be
Midler continued to criticize President Trump during the testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
& # 39; HE HAS SOLD OUT HIS LAND FOR A BUILDING IN MOSCOW. Record that, America. Let it penetrate that you have chosen a gangster that you are not kidding, & she wrote.
Trump has yet to respond to Midler, who last month also retorted a false quote about the president about Republicans who are the & # 39; stupidest group of voters & # 39; to be.
She apologized the next morning, but stated that & # 39; SO MANY LIES … generated by Trump & # 39; were that distinguishing the difference was impossible.
In response to her tirade, the president called her a washed-up psychopath & # 39; and a & # 39; sick scammer & # 39 ;.
A user known as & # 39; Shirl & # 39; criticized Midler's use of expletives and exclaimed it, this was the only tweet to which Midler responded
Midler's reaction to a Twitter user who accused her of using too much foul language
Vincent Charles's tweet was one of many criticisms of the actress
Another user risked Midler's lack of training
One user chose Midler and tweeted: & # 39; We are sorry we did not think of it first & # 39;
A more light-hearted comment from one user
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