Zendaya Accepts Giuliana Rancic's Apology About Her Oscars Hairstyle - Read Her Response Now

Zendaya Accepts Giuliana Rancic's Apology About Her Oscars Hairstyle - Read Her Response Now

Zendaya has forgiven Giuliana Rancic after she issued an apology earlier this week after commenting about her 2015 Oscars hairstyle.

Here’s what the 18-year-old actress wrote on Instagram, “Studies have shown that even though we try to act without prejudice, sometimes it’s just hidden inside us due to our past or surrounding. That hidden prejudice is often influential in our actions. it’s our job to spot these issues within others and ourselves and destroy them before they become hurtful. I have so many people looking up to me, that I couldn’t be scared, wait it out, nor could I just stand up for me; I had to do it for WE. It is in important in this journey, to remember that just because someone has inflicted hurt upon us, it does not give us the right to do the same.

“Body shaming and other hurtful tactics will never get the job done. As hard as it was to stop MYSELF from being ignorant and from posting the first mean words that came to my mind because I was hurt, I had to think about the bigger picture. Instead, I sat for two hours on my phone, doing my research and formulating an educated response.

Giuliana, I appreciate your apology and I’m glad it was a learning experience for you and for the network. I hope thatothers negatively affected by her words can also find it in their hearts to accept her apology as well. From a quote we all know by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ‘Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out have; only love can do that.’ Let’s be that light and spread that love.”

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  • Jay

    I support Guiliana.

    Zendaya is a fugly, talentless nig!

    • tokidokidee

      People like you are the reason why we are moving nowhere as a society. We are so quick to tear each other down through racist and ignorant comments, but then want to deny the fact that we are still living in a racist society. Think before you speak because you never know how someone else is going to react. You are entitled to your own opinion, but stop using racial slurs. That showcases that you have absolutely no respect for yourself or others.

      • Jay

        I admit that this is a racist society. Nigs are as racist as whites – probably even more so.

        In 2008, during the Democratic primary, nigs voted 90%+ for Obama over Hillary. No other group (age, gender, race, religion, sexual preference, income level, education level, etc.) voted so lopsided for either Obama or Hillary. And they voted that lopsided in all 50 states.

        In 2008 and 2012, millions of nigs came out to vote for the first time just to vote for Obama. Most have never been back to the polls since.

        I have no respect for Zendaya. I refuse to watch any program that she is on.

        I hope Kelly Osbourne does quit Fashion Police. She is fugly and talentless who only has a job because of her father’s last name.

        • tokidokidee

          Why can’t you just say African American or Black people? Is that such a complicated thing to say instead of an abbreviated version of an extremely offensive term? Like I said before, using racial slurs says you harbor no respect for anyone at all. By contributing to this racist society, you are only making the problem worse. People try to keep African Americans from voting, which is why most of them just don’t do it. People don’t respect Black people in America and never have, which is probably why they made Obama the first Black president. To showcase they are more powerful and respectable than they are stereotyped. Like Martin Luther King said, we should be judged by the content of our character and NOT the color of our skin. Can you explain to me WHY you have no respect for Zendaya, because all of your reasons are opinionated. I think Fashion Police itself should be cancelled because it’s rude to everyone they show.