BBC Broadcaster Got Fired After His Racist Tweet About Prince Harry & Meghan's Son, Archie

Date May 10, 2019

Meghan Markle & Prince Harry have just welcomed their first child together. While the world is celebrating, there are a few who aren't too fond of the royals. A correspondent has taken it out on the Sussex baby and he was handled quite immediately.


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The Sussex couple revealed their bundle of joy's moniker to be Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The proud parents have not assigned any title to their son. They mean their sweet tot to lead a non-royal life. He would simply be referred to as Master Archie, no lord or prince. Intentionally degrading his rank will make him less significant to paparazzi.


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Paid for the discrimination

BBC announced on Thursday, May 9, that their broadcaster, Danny Baker, is no longer associated with the network. He was fired from BBC Radio 5 Live after he tweeted a “stupid unthinking gag” about the Duke and Duchess' newborn son.

He deliberately posted a photo of Meghan & Harry holding hands along with a chimpanzee in a suit. He captioned it: "Royal baby leaves hospital".

It was considered racist as Meghan's mom, Doria Ragland, is actually African-American. Danny later apologized with another tweet and accused the audiences of a bad sense of humor.

People condemned his deed 

Do you think the BBC made the right call? Or maybe it was all a misunderstanding? It does feel like justice is served, doesn't it? Share this and let us know how you find this all.