Just a month after making headlines for slamming a set of detractors with homophobic slurs, Instagram star/comedienne Jess Hilarious (born Jessica Moore) was in the news again Sunday (March 17) for making xenophobic comments about Sikh men on her plane.
As commenters began to weigh in on the 27-year-old’s insensitive remarks, she clapped back with:
“Y’all mad at me because I don’t side with any other black person, because I don’t side with every other race. F**k y’all. I feel how I feel. I felt threatened and that was it. F**k y’all, and I’m not flying there. We were evacuated, bitch. Why? Why? with no technical difficulties or nothing.”
Needless to say, the statements didn’t go over well with fans especially as just two days prior New Zealand’s deadliest Muslim attack in its history left 51 men, women and children dead. Now, two days after the incident first caused uproar, Moore took to social media to apologize for her insensitivity.
Look inside to hear it if you missed it:
— s a r a (@sara_zfa) March 17, 2019
After the video above ruffled feathers, Hilarious uploaded the apology below: