A story about a TV show has just been aired on a TV network, and people are reacting to it.
The network is airing the show called “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” in the US and Canada, and a clip of the show has been shared hundreds of times.
One of the clips was shared more than 2,000 times.
The story says that the show is “about a young black man who is forced to grow up as a ‘Mister’ Rogers” after his family moves to a predominantly white neighborhood.
The show has garnered more than 9 million views on YouTube.
Some people have even called it a racist show, and the network says it’s “a fictionalized story” about how a black man has to grow into the role of a white man to make it in life.
The clip shows a white couple walking down the street, and it says, “The man has a white mother, and he has a black father.
The father, however, doesn’t know that the man is black.
So he starts to make fun of him.”
But others have reacted negatively, claiming that the black woman in the clip has a history of violence against black men.
And it’s not just white people who have shared the clip.
A Facebook page called “Stop Mister Rogers” has garnered over 300 comments and more than 5,000 likes.
One user, who goes by the name “Maj. C,” said, “A woman with an Asian name was in the street with a man that said, ‘You ain’t no Mister Rogers.
You ain’t nothing but a white boy.
“A white man is walking down this street in his hoodie, saying that he is Mister Rogers and he’s going to kill this man, and this is the end of it.” “
“Momma’s Not Mister Rogers is a fictionalized account about how black men grow up to become white men,” Maj C added. “
A white man is walking down this street in his hoodie, saying that he is Mister Rogers and he’s going to kill this man, and this is the end of it.”
“Momma’s Not Mister Rogers is a fictionalized account about how black men grow up to become white men,” Maj C added.
“And the person that created this fictionalized version of Mister Rogers did not even know who Mister Rogers was.”
The clip has been viewed more than 4 million times on YouTube and the comments section is filled with negative comments, with many saying that the network is “black-baiting” and “bigoted.”
“They’re making a big deal out of a fictional show that has no real life, and they’re also using a real person as the example,” one commenter wrote.
But others argued that there is no problem with the clip, saying, “Its just a very realistic depiction of how the world works.”
A representative from the network told Newsweek that the clip was made with the intention of being a comedy, and that the “Marrying the Black Man” sketch on the show was the original premise.
“It was a parody, it was a fun thing to make, and we never wanted to offend anyone,” the representative told Newsweek.
“This was a comedy show for our younger viewers.
This was just a fun show that was fun to create.”
“We do not think that Mister Rogers should be treated as a source of bias,” the rep added.
It seems that the comments are not the only one that are reacting negatively.
A tweet from the account @sarahlisa_gomez has already been retweeted over 1,000,000 time and received more than 1,200 likes.
“The real story here is that @NBC is trying to make a mockery of Mister Rrs, the real man who has to become a black leader in order to live his life as a black American,” she wrote.
“@NBC does not know that Mister Rr is a man of color and is a white male.”
Another user wrote, “It is not ok to make an analogy to Momma Mommas racism.
The truth is that black lives matter.
We are the ones that matter.”
And a user named @pkrebs said, “@NBC is making a mockery out of Mister Mommes legacy.
It’s a joke to be laughed at.
Mommies legacy is a story of injustice, and you have a racist network doing the mocking.