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The View: Rosie Perez vs. Kelly Osbourne





If you saw the apology Rosie Perez issued at the end of The View’s telecast last week and felt that it was forced, there’s a reason for that.


Allegedly, it was.



The feisty latina, whose first season on The View will be her last, has reportedly quit the show before her official exit after she was forced (allegedly) by network executives to go above and beyond the call of duty after Osbourne made racially insensitive remarks on the air about Latinos. For those that have not heard what Kelly Osbourne said, here it is….




Now, anyone that knows Rosie Perez knows she was not going for that comment and the side-face she threw Osbourne clearly resonated so much that insiders report that Osbourne was in tears on the commercial breaks, which caused enough alarm that damage control came into play.


Perez apologized on air, but that apparently was not enough and the execs wanted her to go even further through her various social media. Perez conceded, went to her Twitter, and now the Latino community is after Perez’s head for bowing to the pressure. According to sources…



the Fashion Police debacle is STILL fresh in people’s minds…


“She and the ABC executives had it out. She was yelling at them at the top of her lungs that their demands were disrespectful. They were telling her that she better do exactly as they said. It was an ugly scene and Rosie was crying uncontrollably and outraged.”



It looks like Kelly Osbourne has involved herself in yet another controversy, but will she come out of this one unscathed as she did during the Fashion Police hoopla?


Stay tuned…


Triston is an American jetset performance artist, writer, event organizer, and activist based in Europe. As a freelance journalist, he has covered both the underground and mainstream aspects of the arts, culture, music, entertainment, travel, fashion and Fashion Week in several cities, including New York, London, Berlin, Istanbul, Sydney, Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Tokyo to name a few. He has been published in The Huffington Post, Trespass (London), Adaras Magazine (Miami) as well as featured in publications such as the New York Times, Vogue Italia, Washington Post, Turkish Huriyet and other on-line and print magazines in the U.S. and internationally. He recently released his memoir on life in Europe, 'Heaux Confessionals'. As a solo performer and with his band $kandal Du$t, he has toured in some of the world's most renowned clubs, simultaneously maintaining an underground renaissance, blurring the lines of all that is traditional and leaving his indelible, and ultimately unforgettable impression. There is no divide.

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