Whoopi Goldberg is sorry for utilizing racially insensitive phrase

Whoopi Goldberg regrets utilizing racially insensitive language on “The View.” Yes, once more.

On Wednesday, whereas debating Donald Trump‘s possible reasons for paying hush money to adult entertainer Stormy Daniels, Goldberg made a comment that she’s now apologizing for.

“The people who still believe that he got g— somehow in the election will still believe that he cared enough about his wife to pay that money from his personal [funds].”

According to Deadline, the phrase was not bleeped out throughout the East Coast airing’s dwell broadcast. But the clip posted to “The View’s” official YouTube web page does have the phrase bleeped out.

The offensive phrase in query was as soon as an Americanism used to explain having been cheated, swindled or deceived. It has lengthy been acknowledged as offensive to the Romani, or Roma, folks and is a by-product of a phrase that when derogatorily described their ethnicity.

In a follow-up video “The View” tweeted in a while Wednesday, Goldberg provided a mea culpa.

“You know, when you’re a certain age, you use the words that you know from when you were a kid or you remember saying, and that’s what I did today and I shouldn’t have,” she stated. “I should have thought about it a little longer before I said it and I didn’t. I should have said ‘cheated,’ and I used another word, and I’m really, really sorry.”

This isn’t the “Till” actor’s first time in sizzling water over feedback she has made on “The View.” Last 12 months she was suspended from the daytime speak present for 2 weeks after making faulty statements in regards to the Holocaust and Jewish folks.

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Watch her apology for Wednesday’s remarks beneath.