Meghan Markle’s former “Suits” co-star Wendell Pierce talked about he was not attacking his ceaseless pal in his present tirade over the Oprah Winfrey TV explicit — nevertheless the “archaic” and “racist” British monarchy.
Pierce — who carried out Markle’s dad on the TV drama — raised eyebrows in a radio interview by which he ripped the royal Oprah sit-down as “insignificant,” “insensitive and offensive” and “full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”
But in a sequence of tweets Tuesday night, he outlined that his suggestions yesterday weren’t supposed as an assault on the Duchess of Sussex.
“I was fortunate to tell Meghan personally I wish her all the best. Predicting this hellacious maelstrom, I also told her she would always have a friend in me,” he wrote.
“Because I had no interest in the interview doesn’t change that,” he talked about.
Instead, Pierce attacked the royal family, suggesting that in any case among the many horrors his pal detailed weren’t a shock.
“The British monarchy is archaic in my American eyes. If slavery, colonialism, and apartheid didn’t educate you that they are racist, you failed history,” he wrote.
The 57-year-old actor — who moreover starred throughout the hit sequence “The Wire” — careworn that he was not being “insensitive to suicide” in dismissing the interview by which the duchess had admitted she “didn’t want to be alive anymore” whereas feeling trapped throughout the royal family.
“Unfortunately, my family has suffered the pain of losing someone to suicide,” he talked about.
“As I told Meghan, I support her and wish her all the best.”