BBC Radio Host Fired for Comparing Baby Sussex to a Chimpanzee on Twitter

Radio Host , Baker denied he was being racist .... Fired

British Radio Host thought it would be funny to post a photo of a baby chimp leaving the Hospital and his judgement got him fired.


The photo was supposed to be poor baby Archie born to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and he was fired for this it is too bad that he didn’t see this as racist but he got what he deserved.



BBC made a statement and this is what the organization had to say about the BBC Host who posted a photo of baby chimpanzee and said it was Meghan and Harry newborn.

The presenter was accused of mocking Markle’s African American heritage, with a BBC representative saying it was a “serious error of judgment” and that Baker would “no longer be presenting a weekly show with us.”


We have to question what is really wrong with people the baby looks like any other newborn and he does look like he will be a cute lad no matter what ethnic group he may appear to be children are precious and no child should be welcomed into the world with a stigma when it was certainly uncalled for and unwarranted.Danny Baker deleted the tweet but was fired anyway and he deserved it.


“Sorry my gag pic of the little fella in a posh outfit has whipped some up,” he messaged. “Never occurred to me because, well, mind not diseased. Soon as those good enough to point out its possible connotations got in touch, down it came. And that’s it.”

According to Hollywood Reporter online magazine the BBC host denied it was racial and he was just doing it for laughs….

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