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Hakuna Matata? Sacked for being white

29 November 2022

6:00 AM

29 November 2022

6:00 AM

A sign-language interpreter performing in a Broadway production of The Lion King has allegedly been fired for being white.

Keith Wann, 53, claims that he was removed from the show because the director did not want white actors representing black characters.

By black characters, of course, we mean African animals – because this is The Lion King.

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