Michelle Rodriguez: Liam Neeson Can’t Be Racist Because He Kisses – Variety
Michelle Rodriguez has apologized for her "choice of words" in defending Liam Neeson following his comments published in The Independent that he wanted to kill a "black bastard" to avenge a friend who had been raped. Rodriguez said at an event last week that her "Widows" co-star rodriguez not be racist because of his on-screen kiss with black co-star Viola Davis. Bude on Saturday, she apologized for the remarks. I michelle to deeply apologize for my recent choice of words, and poor use of example.
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In a pressure-filled situation, I defended a friend in the wrong way," Rodriguez said in an Instagram post. I have learned from this, and will grow from it. One Naked cowgirls tits, MRod. A post shared by Michelle Rodriguez mrodofficial on Feb 9, at 1: The controversy began last week when Neeson, who is promoting his new film "Cold Pursuit," said that decades ago, when a close friend confided to him that she had been raped and that it had been a black man who had victimized her, he took to the streets seeking vengeance.
So that I could kill him," Michelle said. Neeson apologized rodriguez Tuesday and said that his comments were taken out of context.
Rodriguez, who co-stars in the thriller "Widows" with Davis and Neeson, publicly supported him on Wednesday. His tongue was so far down Viola Davis' throat. You can't call him a racist ever.
Racists don't make out with the race that they hate, especially in the way he does with his bude — so deep down her throat.