Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry were badly targeted in an episode of the adult cartoon “South Park”. Meghan in particular is said to be angry about this, the media reported. But is that even true?
They weren’t the first celebrities to be targeted by the South Park creators. In “The Worldwide Privacy Tour” Trey Parker and Matt Stone took aim at Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry. Meghan was introduced as a “sorority girl, actress, victim and influencer” by a character in the episode. “Sorority Girl” is a derogatory term for female students in the USA who belong to sororities.
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Harry and Meghan Markle and the nasty “South Park” episode
During her time at Northwestern University, Meghan apparently belonged to the Kappa Kappa Gamma group. The female members often live together in one building, there are rituals and a close bond. In a “South Park” scene, the fictional “Prince of Canada” Prince Harry yells on a talk show, “My Instagram-loving bitch of a woman always wanted her privacy.”
Recently, various media reported that Meghan in particular was angry about the parody of herself. “According to sources close to the ex-royals, like so many things with Meghan and Harry, this could have legal consequences,” said royal expert Neil Sean in the “Mirror”.
All nonsense, the Sussexes now make it clear themselves. In an official statement to Newsweek, they called the reporting and rumors that they had taken legal action “baseless and boring.”
US author Kristen Meinzer also commented on the events, saying she “strongly doubts that Meghan and Harry are suing a satirical cartoon that is known to ridicule everyone”. “If anything, they know they are in good company with other decent people who have been ripped off by the show,” Meinzer told Newsweek.
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