Kelly Dodd posted an apology on social media after she was criticized for making transphobic comments in a Cameo video.
The “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum made his mea culpa Thursday on Instagram. “I’ve been making cameos for two years now and I’ve never seen the pronoun before,” she explained.
“It was the first time I saw a reference from he / she / they / them. I grew up in Arizona with people who were born boy and girl and maybe a hermaphrodite here and there,” he said. -she adds.
Dodd explained that she got drunk when she saw the pronoun information and “was just reacting in my own raw, unfiltered way.”
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The reality TV star, 45, said she accepts “everyone for who they are … and who they think they are … I’m not transphobic. I didn’t know the language. “.
She asked her fans for tolerance in return. “I’m learning and growing and maybe you can help me with that.”
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On Thursday, Dodd was paid $ 100 to make a birthday video for someone named Jennifer. Dodd says in video that Cameo changed formats and now identifies a person’s pronouns.
“’It’s Jennifer her / her,’ I don’t understand. You’re either a boy or a girl, okay? »The Dodd said to the camera.
“You were born a girl or a boy,” Dodd continued. “I don’t understand. You are Jennifer. I’m sorry, I don’t care.”
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Many fans were blown away by Dodd’s comments. “Ignorance at its best,” wrote one person in the comments section of the reposted video.
“Thank goodness she’s gone. And she just showed Bravo and the world why she was fired. She’s disgusting. All your hatred is coming back,” another person said.
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