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The McClure Twins’ Father Addresses Allegedly Racist Tweets (VIDEO)

The McClure Twins’ Father Addresses Allegedly Racist Tweets (VIDEO)

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Justin McClure, the White father of the viral McClure twins, became subject to scrutiny after a few of his past tweets resurfaced with problematic jokes about Black women. Users began to call him out for the racially charged posts because his wife and children are Black. He posted a video on Monday, apologizing for the content with his wife, Ami McClure, and their youngest child.

The father of three explained the tweets as material he used when he was an aspiring comedian before his daughters’ rose to fame. They were posted on the twin’s twitter account, which was formerly used as Justin’s comedy account. The Tweets were erased, but Twitter user @MissZindzi provided screenshots. One of them reads, “Dominican women I know: Ilia, Awilda, Janitsy, Zora. Black women I know: Chandelier, Lasagna, Constellation, Walgreens #whenblackpeoplegetpaid.”

Several users began to uncover other tweets.

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On July 9, Justin McClure said the tweets were before he met his wife and blamed them on being “insecure” and “drunk.” However, it was pointed out that some of the posts were from 2014 and the twins were born in 2013.

Mrs. McClure agreed the jokes were lousy but denied that her husband is racist. “What I dislike is people always brandishing things as someone being racist. Were they bad jokes? Absolutely, but is he racist? I mean, really?” she said in the video explanation.  Her husband said he would no longer comment on the “old things” and those comments or questions can be directed toward his wife.

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