Photo by Frazer Harrison / Getty Images North America/ AFP
Photo by Frazer Harrison / Getty Images North America/ AFP

Former Miss Universe Malaysia Samantha Brahmacharini has apologized for racist remarks she made about black people suffering injustices at the hands of police in the United States. Brahmacharini, who was crowned in 2017, posted on her Instagram story that black people should “relax” and take instances of racism as “a challenge” amid the ongoing protests following the death of George Floyd. After facing intense backlash for her tone deaf June 1 post, she took to Instagram again with an apologetic message: “I do hear you, I’m sorry, I know you’re hurting. I know it’s unfair. I’m not in your shoes to understand this fully,” she began.

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