Crystal if Minkoff Reality TV is sharing more information about ways to make it harder for the public to see through fame.
The The real housewife of Beverly Hills The star quickly became a fan favorite of the hit Bravo As the first Asian-American cast member of the show and reality TV juggernaut, he is making history and turning his head with every step he takes. But all his experiences have been through social media Really Hard, to say the least.
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Of course, during the season 11 reunion show, TV star Bravo revealed to the host Andy Cohen And the rest of it RHOBH The co-stars said he was getting “hundreds of messages every day” on social media which attacked him for being Asian. Now, things seem to be improving – but there is still much to be done.
The 36-year-old reality TV star has spoken People At the weekend Gold houseOf Gold Gala At the event, and in his chat with the news outlet, Kung Minkoff made some specific statements about tackling anti-Asian hatred. He added that he was optimistic about the situation, adding that he was optimistic that the situation would improve.
“It simply came to our notice then. But our season has just begun, so I noticed a little more. I’m more prepared to handle it, and what I do understand is that I’ve always grown up in Los Angeles. I obviously grew up in a very Chinese family, sorting into a bubble. I didn’t realize that a lot of people there didn’t see an Asian man on TV, in a mixed, mixed marriage, with mixed kids. “
Yet, just because people have “never seen an Asian person on TV” doesn’t mean they can be rude, racist or otherwise disgusting online! And the audience really needs to do better!
Admirably, Kung Minkoff is rising above the hatred he faces. Reality TV star Mag explained that he is trying to overcome all the “negativity” and with that, he is very grateful for the support he has received from the fans!
“It’s also incredible that I’ve received so many positive messages. ‘I want to see more of your culture …,’ ‘I didn’t know about dumplings or Chinese New Year’ and all these things that I was able to share last year, so I really leaned towards it this year.
In the end, it simply came to our notice then that online harassment of someone with his high-profile status was sadly inevitable. Kung Minkoff readily admits it. But no matter what happens to him, he seems to be dead-ready to do more.
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Filmmaker Rob MinkoffHis wife added:
“Look, it’s going to be there. I can’t stay away from it. But my job in my heart is to express our culture in a positive way.
Well, of course we can’t wait to see more of this because the season continues every Wednesday night in Bravo.
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