It was a hard time for experienced British Broadcaster Piers Morgan on the Good Morning Britain show today when Nigerian activist Shola was hosted on the show.
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is a New York Women Rights Activist who described the Royal Family as an institution rooted in racism, colonialism and supremacy.
According to her, she feels very displeased with the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth handling of Prince Harry and Meghan Merkle issues and believes the Queen has been selective.
— Jamie Bolton (@JamieBolton) March 8, 2021
But Piers Morgan, known for talking down guests who dispute him, was passionately scolded by Mos-Shagbamimu, a women’s rights advocate who wrote: “This Is Why I Resist.”
She called out Queen Elizabeth for not using her power to protect her grandson Harry and his family from racist media reports.
As Morgan interrupted her, she got back: “Listen, you might learn something. The royal family is an institution rooted in colonialism, white supremacy and racism.
The legacy is right there. So you’re now surprised that comment would have been made by several members of the royal family about how dark Archie’s skin is.” Morgan again tried to interject.
‘You want to deny the Royal Family has any racist undertones or actions simply because you’re in love with the Queen?’
‘What a load of race-baiting nonsense.’
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) March 8, 2021
“Let me finish,” Mos-Shagbamimu said. “You’re more outraged that Harry and Meghan had the audacity to speak their truth than … at the actual outrage of racism.”
She told Morgan he could then respond. “I think what you just said about the queen is disgusting,” he said.
“You are disgusting!” Mos-Shagbamimu shot back.
The Duchess of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey in a bombshell interview Sunday that the monarchy had “concerns and conversations” during her pregnancy with son Archie about the baby’s skin colour. It was suggested to her husband Prince Harry that Archie’s being “too brown” could be a problem, she said.
The family denied Archie the title of a prince ― granted to Prince William and Duchess Kate’s boys George and Louis ― and refused to grant the child a high level of security, the couple said.
Morgan accused the couple of trashing the queen and of unacceptably implying that “everybody in the royal family is a white supremacist.” He called it “contemptible” and said it was the “most incendiary charge I’ve seen in my career.”