This statement caused horror! Sylvie Meis (42) and Lilly Becker (43) are currently fighting for victory and honor at Schlag. To do this, they also have to prove themselves in an amphibious vehicle challenge. When you fogged up the helmet visor while driving, called Lilly “I can’t see” (currently “I can’t see anything!”). An exclamation that the commentator too Ron Ringguth takes up: “Not ‘I can’t breathe’, but ‘I can’t see’!” Thereupon, some viewers echoed on the net because they clearly used this statement as a reference to the case of the African American George Floyd, who was deprived of air by a policeman and who died as a result. Now the broadcaster commented on the incident!
“Was that really necessary for the current situation?” Asked one Twitter-User. “A person couldn’t breath for almost nine minutes because a killer cop wasn’t very clean in his head and at ‘beat the celebrity“This is taken as a joke,” said another user, summarizing the opinion of many on the delicate situation. In the end, the broadcaster also responded to the numerous critical tweets and made it immediately clear: “Briefly noted. This sentence, which Twitter is rightly upset about, was unfortunately very unnecessary. We apologize. Sincere. Such a sentence does not fit ProSieben’s attitude.”
So far there has been no apology from the commentator himself – but it is urgently requested on the social media platform: “An apology should come first from the ‘polluter’. So the whole thing acts more as a limitation of damage,” says a viewer. “Is there a reason why the commentator cannot be made aware of it now so that he has the opportunity to comment on it during the broadcast?”was another contribution.
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