George Floyd protests: Outrage after ex-Miss Universe Malaysia claims African-Americans ‘chose to be born coloured’

1/6/2020 3:45:00 PM

George Floyd protests: Outrage after ex-Miss Universe Malaysia claims African-Americans ‘chose to be born coloured’

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Wow, malaysian how can you guys choose her as miss universe? Bodoh!! Lights on but nobody's in the house yo! Ignorance is the worst 21st-century issue. how is she ex miss malaysia You are “Lain Lain” & be proud of it. She's luring Antifa to her doorstep. She wants the Big Black Cs down her throat. 😂 Wow ! Mine oh mine !!!... Bimbo at it’s finest !

Another dumbo! Ops! Bimfuckbo in the house! And she chose to be born with a horse face Wow just wow what slur did she receive while schooling? That’s BS

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