Miss USA 2018, Sarah Rose Summers received negative reactions from the online world regarding her comments about the way the other contestants speak English.
According to the video posted on Instagram by grandslambeautyalliance, Miss USA went live on the said app and delivered her reactions about Miss Vietnam, H’Hen Nie.
She’s so cute and she pretends to know so much English and then you ask her a question after having a whole conversation with her and she goes… (imitates how Ms. Cambodia responds)
And then another part of the video, she talks about Miss Cambodia, Nat Rern.
Miss Cambodia is here and doesn’t speak any English and not a single other person speaks her language. Can you imagine?
And she added, “Francesca said that would be so isolating and I said yes and just confusing all the time.”
Miss Summers is with Miss Colombia Valeria Morales and Miss Australia Francesca Hung during those live streaming on Instagram.
Here are some of the reactions
Being able to speak English is NOT a measure of intelligence.
It’s lucky that your mother language is an international language.
If you have a mouth that can be unfiltered just don’t do social media live
So the mean girls Miss USA, Miss Colombia and Miss Australia didn’t even make it to the Top 5 and Wildcard is their only chance while Miss Vietnam has already secured her spot.
So did your English save you bullies? Hello from Miss Universe Top 5 Vietnam
No wonder she didn’t win! I’m an English teacher and I help non natives to speak the language confidently! You are ridiculously embarrassing USA! I can’t even give you the title Ms Universe or Ms USA! @sarahrosesummers @valeriamoralesd @francesca.hung I can’t believe you girls! #losers #haters
Miss USA apologizes
Miss USA posted on Instagram a photo with the caption…
@MissUniverse is an opportunity for women from around the world to learn about each other’s cultures, life experiences, and views. We all come from different backgrounds and can grow alongside one another.
In a moment where I intended to admire the courage of a few of my sisters, I said something that I now realize can be perceived as not respectful, and I apologize. My life, friendships, and career revolve around me being a compassionate and empathetic woman. I would never intend to hurt another. I am grateful for opportunities to speak with Nat, Miss Cambodia, and H’Hen, Miss Vietnam, directly about this experience. These are the moments that matter most to me.
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