‘Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills’ Morgan Stewart Explains ‘Homophobic’ Comment

Posted on February 24th, 2014 at 1:03 pm
True

spl682733_006Morgan Stewart is still receiving backlash from a questionable comment she made on the premiere of #RichKids of Beverly Hills, and the reality star has finally decided to clear the air.

During the #RichKids January premiere, Stewart was caught on camera uttering something that might haunt her for the rest of her life: “It’s 2013. No one’s homophobic unless you’re from Kentucky.” Wow. This comment definitely didn’t sit well with KY natives. And since then, viewers have taken to Twitter to bash the star for her ill-advised words.

PHOTOS: #RichKids Stars Looking Sexy In The City!

But in an open letter on her BoobsAndLoubs blog, Morgan has finally set out to explain herself, hoping she and her upset followers can start anew:

“Ok, where do we begin? I really don’t want this to be super awkward. There is just no reason for it- I really feel as though we got off to a very rocky and unnecessary start,” the blogger writes. “My JOKE about nobody being homophobic unless they’re from your lovely state, was a joke, a pure JOKE. Now I’m not asking you to find it funny, or anything I say funny for that matter, but at least realize that the statement made was not from a hateful place,” Stewart says, adding, “ANYWAY- I hope this is the first step in mending our relationship, hopefully we can re-build and start a new!”

Around The Web
    • Guest

      Instead of giving an excuse maybe she just should have admitted it was a stupid thing to say and say sorry. Way to burn your bridges big time!