’90 Day Fiancé’: Babygirl Lisa Hamme Comments on BLM After Using the N-Word
“Babygirl” Lisa Hamme was not a fan favorite during her season of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. Mostly, fans criticized her for how she treated her husband, Usman Umar, even calling her behavior abusive.
Then, when the “Tell-All” footage was leaked, it came out that Lisa had called Usman the N-word. Fans were so outraged they started a petition to get her removed from the show.
Babygirl Lisa says the people who are calling her out for using the N-word are ‘haters’
Back in May, Lisa was interviewed by Domenick Nati and he asked her about the racial slur.
“That word was used out of context. It was used out of stupidity. My husband accepted my apology but haters don’t. They want to ride it out to no end. Other very famous people that do entertainment, they said just let it die down. Let the haters just subside. And the ones who are riding it are the ones who are trying to become popular, like you. That is their goal. And by any means, they’re going to do it. So I’m just going to ignore those haters,” she said.
Many 90 Day Fiancé fans weren’t convinced by Lisa’s apology she made on Instagram that was more about urging people to get over her using a racial slur than admitting how and why it was wrong.
Babygirl Lisa says she supports Black Lives Matter
Lisa was interviewed again by Nati on July 20 and he asked her take on the Black Lives Matter movement.
“It’s time for the United States to get a grip on this before more innocent Black lives are lost,” she said.
“A one-year-old child was shot at a BBQ in New York City, an innocent baby. You know, we need to get a grip on this,” Lisa continued.
“So you believe that Black people are mistreated by police in America?” asked Nati.
“Oh, most definitely,” answered Lisa.
The radio host brought up Lisa’s past usage of the N-word and that 90 Day Fiancé fans have contacted him to tell them they feel she is racist.
“I’m gonna take my glasses off for this because this is gonna be the last time I speak about it. I went on three very influential Nigerian platform lives, and unless you’re Jesus Christ yourself walking on water, I’ve made my apology publicly and in private to my husband still to date,” she said.
“It’s the Karens who try to build a platform. So, Karens, if you’re listening, it’s over, it’s done,” the reality star added.