Kelly Rowland a celebrated singer, wife, and mother of two took to social media to blast Sesame Place after seeing the viral TikTok post that had many upset. In video post you can see the induvial in the Rosita character ignore two little black girls; while giving other guest high-fives and hugs. Sesame Street was created for inner city children for education and motivational resource for parents with adolescents. This last past week there were several parents ringing the alarm on Sesame Place's behavior towards minority children.
Sesame Place responded with a public apology to guest and stated " it was a misunderstanding". Kelly called the apology ridiculous ” Rowland expressed her ager walking the read carpet at the premiere of Nope. Kelly said, “I'm still upset,” to Entertainment Tonight. “She also said she I was livid.
Kelly went on to say, "And I know, me personally, I would've burned the place down. I've said it before and I really mean it.” Sesame Place will offer diversity training to it's associates