Many American media commentators are afraid to criticize Meghan Markle. They don’t want Sharon Osbourne. They don’t want to be accused of being racist or sexist and have the potential to lose their jobs or influence in certain social circles.
If they dare to voice even the slightest criticism of any actions of the awakened royal family, they know that they will automatically face the howl of the progressive left.
I assure you, most of us just don’t care, no matter how hard he or his wife tries.
However, I don’t believe that listening to one of the most privileged, wealthy, and powerful women on the planet talking poetically about how hard her life is with other celebrities will make the average American woman like her.
But that’s not what it is, is it? In truth, it’s good for Meghan and her friends to talk about how difficult their lives are.
The only question is: does Spotify really think this self-flagellation exercise is worth the hefty price tag they paid for it?