The Bachelor’s Hannah Brown’s Ignorance About the N-Word

ABC ‘The Bachelor’ spoilers finds that it has been a few weeks since Hannah Brown dropped the N-word on an Instagram Live where she was singing a song. In the song “Rockstar” by DaBaby, she followed the lyrics including the use of the N-word. Fans were outraged and she wanted to speak out to her fans about what she said and how she is feeling about it.

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Hannah has felt the wrath of what being a celebrity is like now. Her followers, fans, friends, and former cast members have all had something to say to her about what she did. She interviews with an activist, Michelle Saahene, and wanted to explain her actions and feelings. “It has been a journey with ups and downs, but I’m so thankful to now be a part of it and learning and figuring out how I can be. I caused so much hurt because of my ignorance, I now can understand that so much more. It was hard to know that I hurt people. The thing is, it’s not the intention, it’s the impact…the impact that I had really affected a lot of people.”

ABC ‘The Bachelor’ Spoilers: Hannah Brown’s Ignorance About the N-Word

When Hannah was singing the song on Live, she could hardly believe what she had done. “I’d gone on Instagram Live and unintentionally was singing a TikTok song and said the N-word. And I really didn’t even think i said it. I was like, ‘No, I wouldn’t say that, I know you’re not supposed to say that word.’ And I just completely did. And I realize that, when it was all happening, I don’t know what to do. I don’t know what to say. I know what I said was wrong but I couldn’t tell you why I said it. It was really a time where I was feeling really guilty and shamed and kind of went through these waves.”

She continued, “I really f’d up. And I don’t know anything about how I f-d up because I didn’t even think about myself as a race. I thought of myself as normal. My outlook on life is very different than my black friends even though we grew up in the same place. Some of the conversations that I’ve had the past few weeks have been really uncomfortable with people that I love who I know are good people, but that’s also what I’ve learned is just because you’re nice doesn’t mean you’re not racists.”

Hannah’s fans replied to her post on Instagram. “Thanks Hannah, not only for educating yourself, but educating others, myself included.” Another wrote, “Thank you for using your platform to educate others. We have been learning with you and are motivated to be the best allies we can be to our black brothers and sisters.” “I love this. It takes courage to share your journey in educating and bettering yourself and those around you, and to admit when you’re in the wrong. This was powerful and encouraging! Thank you both for sharing your stories!”

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