WATCH: Black Carnegie Mellon Professor Uju Anya WHO WISHED QUEEN ELIZABETH II AN “EXCRUCIATING DEATH” Now Says it’s Racist That IRISH PEOPLE Who Were  “DANCING THE RIVERDANCE” Outside of BUCKINGHAM PALACE to the Song of “ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST,” Went Viral and Was Humored Online While Black People Like Her Are “Vilified” For Posting Anything Negative Regarding Queen Elizabeth II. One Letter to Carnegie Mellon Administrators in Support of Anya Has Now Even Garnered Nearly 4,000 Signatures From Faculty Members, Students, and Other Woke Instructors From Throughout the Country. — We at BLACKCHRISTIANNEWS.COM (BCNN1.COM) Say to Uju Anya, it’s Not So Much Racism as it is the Evil, Meanness, and the Timing of Your Statement Coming From an Influential Professor About Any Human Being, Much More About the Respected and Beloved–But Not Perfect–QUEEN ELIZABETH THE GREAT. It’s Just a Matter of Common Sense and Common Decency. By the Way, When the Queen Was Alive, Did You Ever Try to Contact Her and Tell Her ‘I wish you would die an excruciating death’? Or Are You Taking Advantage of Her Death to go Viral Yourself and Get More Followers?

Before Anya she was born, her mother had to flee Nigeria during a civil war in which Biafra separatists sought autonomy for Nigeria’s Igbo people as the UK fought for control

WATCH: Black Carnegie Mellon Professor Uju Anya WHO WISHED QUEEN ELIZABETH II ANEXCRUCIATING DEATH” Now Says it’s Racist That IRISH PEOPLE Who Were  “DANCING THE RIVERDANCE” Outside of BUCKINGHAM PALACE to the Song of “ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST,” Went Viral and Was Humored Online While Black People Like Her Are “Vilified” For Posting Anything Negative Regarding Queen Elizabeth II. One Letter to Carnegie Mellon Administrators in Support of Anya Has Now Even Garnered Nearly 4,000 Signatures From Faculty Members, Students, and Other Woke Instructors From Throughout the Country. — We at BLACKCHRISTIANNEWS.COM (BCNN1.COM) Say to Uju Anya, it’s Not So Much Racism as it is the Evil, Meanness, and the Timing of Your Statement Coming From an Influential Professor About Any Human Being, Much More About the Respected and Beloved–But Not Perfect–QUEEN ELIZABETH THE GREAT. It’s Just a Matter of Common Sense and Common Decency. By the Way, When the Queen Was Alive, Did You Ever Try to Contact Her and Tell Her ‘I wish you would die an excruciating death’? Or Are You Taking Advantage of Her Death to go Viral Yourself and Get More Followers?

A Carnegie Mellon professor who has come under fire for wishing the Queen an ‘excruciating death,’ now says it is racist that white Irish people apparently celebrating the monarch’s death are ‘vilified’ online.

In an interview with The Guardian, Uju Anya, a black applied linguistics professor at the Pittsburgh University, said it is ‘telling’ that she received backlash online for her tweet, while videos of Irish people river dancing are being widely circulated.

She was referring to a now-viral video of an Irish dance group called Cairde, in which five young men perform the River Dance outside Buckingham Palace to the song Another One Bites the Dust.

The video was actually taken back in January, and was unrelated to the Queen’s passing — but was given renewed attention in the aftermath when author Lauren Hough posted the clip with the caption: ‘Holy s*** Irish Tiktok doesn’t f*** around.’

Twitter has since flagged the video as being presented out of context.

Source: mailonline, Melissa Koenig

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