In this episode:
- The editor-in-chief of Bon Appetit, Adam Rapaport, has resigned over a brownface photo and criticism of BIPOC staff.
- “Bachelor” scholars are backing an appeal to the show’s demands that ultimately lead to a black one.
- And what about the life-size cardboard cutout of Anna de Armas on her lawn?
Take a closer look at some of today’s stories here:
Problems at Forest Appétit
Adam Rapoparts, longtime editor-in-chief of Forest AppetiteHe was crushed after a photo surfaced that showed him a brown face.
On Monday, a freelance writer for Foody magazine, which is owned by Condy Nest, posted and posted a 2013 photo, originally posted on Instagram by Rapoport’s wife, Simon Schuck. The figure shows the couple in a seemingly brown face for a seemingly Halloween costume.
That image has been removed from Shubak’s account, with the caption “I and my sinner” and the Puerto Rican synonym hashtag “Borichua”.
Amid calls for the resignation of current and former employees, who went on social media, the report posted on his personal Instagram late Monday night.
Rapport, who has edited the magazine for nearly a decade, said he was “taking steps to reflect on what I need to do as a human being and to allow the forest aptitude to reach a better place.”
Bachelor Alamra is also speaking amid protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Rachel Lindsay, Nick Vial, Jojo Fletcher, Diggy Moreland and Nicole Lopez-Alvar, among other former “bachelor” stars, have expressed support for a fan-produced change.RG petition calling for producers to introduce the first black “bachelor” for the season. . 25
“ABC and Warner Bros. have been producing bachelor content for 18 years. This time they have a 40-season lead [for ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette’]”Only a black leadership,” the petition states, referring to Lindsay of “The Bachelorette.” “This is unacceptable. As the creator of one of the most popular and influential franchises on television, ABC and Warner Bros. have an opportunity and responsibility to feature Black, Indigenous, People of Color (” BIPOC “) relationships, families and story content. The franchise and all those who represent it Our country’s racial diversity should be reflected and respected, both in front and behind the camera. “
The petition asks BIPOC to build at least 35 per cent of the contestants and hire a diversity consultant for the production.
Anna de Armas
Anna de Armas – who is dating Ben Affleck – now has a cardboard cutout of her life on her lawn.
And the “knives out” star obviously helped a bit to get it there. The vulture reports that the former Jennifer Garner – daughter, Violet, 14, Serfina, 11, and son Samuel, 8 – carried it with Aflek’s three children.
The Cuban-born actress, 32, and 47-year-old Affleck have been dating since meeting on the set of their movie “Deep Water” in 2019. The pair have enjoyed the Havana and Costa Rican broom ever since.