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'Shrek' writer Terry Rossio apologizes for 'n-word' tweet

In a now deleted tweet, Rossio wrote, “My middle is going out to the entire oldsters of vaccine broken youngsters, who’ve not to handiest undergo the unhappiness in their loss, but in addition the vitriol of ill-informed and insensitive other people (akin to the ones right here). Anti-Vax is similar to calling anyone a ni**er and makes as little sense.”

The creator of flicks, together with “Shrek” and “Aladdin,” discovered himself coming underneath hearth for the remark and apologized in a chain of tweets.

“In a up to date Twitter submit, arguing in opposition to stereotyping and hate speech, I referenced the ‘n-word’ (the real notice) for example of what to not do,” he wrote. “That was once a mistake. I’m sorry.”

Rossio went on to write down, “I now remember that the notice has no position in any dialog, ever.”

“You’ll’t make some degree in opposition to hate speech and reference exact phrases of hate speech,” he tweeted. “That was once insensitive and ignorant.”

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