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Oh, Kelly Osbourne, get ready for the wrath of social media.

While sitting in on The View Tuesday morning, Kelly tried to shade Donald Trump for his comments against the Mexican community. Instead, she ended up looking like a racist who thinks Latinos are only good for cleaning toilets. YIKES!

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Almost instantly, Twitter users went in for the knock out on K.O., labeling her as someone who is obliviously clothed in white privilege and uneducated about what Latinos really contribute to this country. Even former ‘View’ host Sherri Shepherd chimed in and shaded Kelly a bit before deciding to cut her some slack.

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But, Sherri wasn’t the only one taking Osbourne’s side. ‘View’ host Rosie Perez initially reprimanded Kelly for her comments while sitting next to her during their “Hot Topics” segment, but after the show she too apologized for misunderstanding the Fashion Police host.

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Oh, and speaking of Fashion Police, this whole situation is a bit ironic seeing as how Kelly scolded her old “FP” co-host, Giuliana Rancic when she made racially insensitive jokes about Zendaya’s locs.

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  1. Rob2013

    August 4, 2015 at 12:20 PM

    Really doubt Sherri Shephard would be so generous if Kelly had said “Who would pick our cotton is it weren’t for African Americans”. As a Latino that was one of the most racist things you can say…and she meant it.

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