Actor Clint Eastwood has made headlines after his statement that people “should get over” Donald Trump’s racist comments.
It has caused many to collapse – including the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea.
Clint Eastwood, 86, said in a recent interview Esquire that people have become too sensitive, writes Contactmusic. At the same time, he defended the presidential candidate Donald Trump’s statements, which many consider to be racist.
– We see people accuse people of being racist and whatnot. When I was growing up was not called those things racist, he says according to the site.
– 00 Baby Boomers is a pussy-generation that is far too quick to stamp the comments as racist when they should just get over over there .
Many people have responded to Clint Eastwood’s statements. One of them is the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea. On Twitter, he writes that he is happy to be associated with the generation that Eastwood talking about.
– Count me in the pussy generation as we strive to move away from racism, he writes. “Can get a fiery” Clint Eastwood warned of new love – her ex-husband