Presenters Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid were forced to do most of the talking during the short segment with Beatles legend Paul McCartney’s 35-year-old son.
Twitter users dubbed the interview as “excruciating” and a “PR disaster”.LOL! So funny!
Following a clip of McCartney singing, Turnbull pondered whether as a McCartney, it was a prerequisite to play “all sorts of different instruments”.
After some confusion over the word ‘prerequisite’, McCartney said: “Is it? Not really. But for me it is… No, I don’t know.”
And when did he start playing? “When I was about five. Specifically when I was about 20.”Hilarious, I'm sure you'll agree?
Young black teenager gives cringingly embarrassing performance? Shut up! You’re mean and racist!
Rachel Jeantel has her own particular, idiosyncratic black girl idiom, a mashup of her Haitian and Dominican working-class background, her U.S. Southern upbringing, and the three languages – Hatian Kreyol (or Creole), Spanish and English — that she speaks.
The unique quality of her black vernacular speaking style became hypervisible against the backdrop of powerful white men fluently deploying corporate, proper English in ways that she could not do.She couldn't do? Damn that white man, keeping the black girl down and making her speak gibberish and not English!