Miroslava Duma responded to the accusations of racism


Мирослава Дума ответила на обвинения в расизме

Miroslava Duma has published in his instagram account a response to the scandal, which happened during fashion Week in Paris.

Мирослава Дума ответила на обвинения в расизме

“I am ashamed of your comments 2012. Honestly, I’m as shocked as everyone who looks at this entry and realize how offensive and noxious was my actions,”
— she replied about her comment 2012.

Miroslav noticed that the world is not static and changes occur not only in the world but in human consciousness. “Now I’m not the same person I was six years ago… I deeply respect people from all backgrounds and believe in equality for all — regardless of ethnicity, gender identity, religion or sexual orientation. I sincerely hope that public discussion will help me once and for all to eradicate discrimination… Now I’m better than ever, understand that should be an example for people who look at me. I want to apologize to the people and communities who were offended… do Not expect instant forgiveness and know that my actions must be more significant words in the social network. I promise to make every effort to regain the trust and respect of people,” says Duma.

German stylist mark Goering and others remembered the comments about Miroslava model transgender Andrew Pejic and blogger from USA Bryanboy that appears in the female form. In 2012, the Duma, held the post of chief editor of Buro 24/7, said during a conference that it plans to publish news about named persons. And today, following the accusations of racism against the Russian businessman was accused of homophobia. In Instagram Miroslava expressed his attitude to what is happening.

Recall that on the eve of displaying his new collection in the framework of the Week of high fashion in Paris designer Ulyana Sergeenko was accused of racism. She Naomi Campbell offended by Sergeenko. Miroslava Duma has published in his Instagram account with the invitation to the fashion show Ulyana Sergeenko. The invitation was the phrase “My niggas in Paris.”

The post drew the attention of the black supermodel of the 90s Naomi Campbell that these words angered. “Seriously?! Why you: a) wrote it; b) published it… Someone else is going to attend her show tomorrow?” writes Campbell, urging them not to come to the show Ulyana.

“The world is my good friend, and even the fact that she naively published my personal email in their social networks, means that we don’t mean anything immoral and didn’t understand the consequences. I certainly learned my lesson and thankful for it. Already enough evil in this world, please, let’s stop it here,” continued Juliana.

Yana Rudkovskaya, who is now in Paris, stood up for his girlfriend, confidently saying that Juliana is an intelligent man and would never allow themselves to insult blacks.