The sketch, titled The Real Housewives of the Civil Rights Movement, was filmed for Wild-N-Out star Rip Michaels's new show Off the Rip, and contains numerous jokes about Martin Luther King Jr.'s alleged adultery. In a since-deleted statement on Twitter, Dr. Bernice King called the sketches portrayals of female civil rights leaders "repulsive" and "false." She also asked Cardi B for a face-to-face meeting. Read Dr. King's initial statement below.
Dr. King later followed up with another tweet claiming Cardi had apologized for the sketch. "I look forward to talking with you soon," she wrote.
A representative for Cardi B was not immediately available to comment.
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