Take a look at this article.
Summary: A Korean song writer went on a twitter rant because a black boxer posted something about basketball star Jeremy Lin. Everyone is praising him right now but black basketball players do what he does every day and don't get the attention.
Jenny Hyun then got her fingers a tapping, posting a series of tweets basically saying the black race should be abominated. Unsurprisingly, she received a series of threats and people making noise outside her house and harassing her (which she probably deserves).
Her far less than apologetic apology to the "Black Community" sounded like a plead not to hurt her. She made it clear that she wasn't sorry and didn't want to take back anything she said but please, don't hurt her. "...remember that violence is not the answer."
While I'm not black, this was extremely offensive to me. I feel like it's the equivalent of a white person saying, "Think of how much room there would be on Earth if all the Asian people were gone."
Where was her PR rep to advise her not to upset a race?
I'd like to hear your thoughts on this! (Although my only thought was, "Wow.")