Fresh off the heels of Megyn Kelly's blackface comment, a teacher decided the rules didn't apply to her.
The "Megans" are at it again. Right after Megyn Kelly's ill-fated blackface comment, another Megan decided blackface was okay to wear to her local Halloween party.
Kelly won't be hosting Thursday's show, according to reports.
UPDATE: Oct. 25, 2018 at 3:03 p.m. EST
NBC has confirmed that Megyn Kelly will not tape live shows for the rest of the week following controversial comments she made about blackface.
According to Page Six, Kelly is out at the network. Meanwhile, an NBC executive with knowledge of the situation, reportedly told DailyMail.com on Thursday: "Megyn Kelly is done. She is not ever coming back. We are just working out timing of the announcement but mark my word – she is gone and will never be seen on NBC live again."
The backlash on social media was swift after Megyn Kelly questioned on her morning TV program on Tuesday whether or not using blackface for a Halloween costume is racist. "Megyn Kelly Today" is said to be on the chopping block.
"Back when I was a kid, that was okay just as long as you were dressing as a character," Kelly said.
Megyn Kelly, host of her own daytime talk show on NBC, apologized to colleagues on Tuesday after she made comments defending racist Halloween costumes, specifically blackface, which prompted her to be immediately slammed on social media.
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"Aunt Jemima, mammies, and lots of other Black collectibles are highly sought after, as is Americana collectibles with white characters," owners of Cook's Garage said in a Facebook post.
A neon sign from a 1920s restaurant called the "Coon Chicken Inn" contains a caricature of a Black man, with the name of the restaurant in his mouth. In 2017, the owners of Cook's Garage, a restaurant in predominantly white Lubbock, Texas, think it's appropriate to hang the racist sign in their establishment and call it "Americana History."
Social media users slammed the "Black," "Caucasian," "Asian" and "Indian" filters.
Using face-altering apps on photos is common nowadays, but FaceApp continues to miss the mark with its filters. The app just launched in January and is again under fire for producing tone-deaf technology deemed racist by users.