Lewis Hamilton proud to be a misunderstood 'racist'

Jun 5, 2023, 10:01 PM

Lewis Hamilton proud to be a misunderstood 'racist'

In a shocking turn of events, Formula One legend Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he considers himself a proud racist. However, unlike most of us who usually associate this term with discrimination against certain races, Hamilton's definition of racism seems confusing.

According to him, he discriminates against everyone equally, regardless of their race, gender, nationality, or even shoe size. In a recent interview, Hamilton was quoted saying, "I am proud of being a racist. It gives me immense pleasure to treat everyone with the same level of disdain regardless of their background."

The revelation has left the world baffled, with many trying to figure out whether Hamilton is trying to pull a prank or truly believes in his words.

Hamilton's latest confession comes amid a series of PR disasters over the past few months, ranging from public arguments with fellow racers to his controversial statements on COVID-19. Some people speculate that his alleged racism could be a strategy to regain the media's attention and divert it from his recent controversies.

Despite his reputation taking a hit, Hamilton seems unfazed by the criticism and has taken to social media to defend his stance. In a tweet, he wrote, "Being a racist isn't about hating one particular race. It's about valuing all of them equally, which is what I do. Those who criticize me simply don't understand my definition of racism."

However, many of his fans and critics aren't buying his argument, with some calling him delusional and others accusing him of using his privilege to avoid accountability for his past actions.

The situation has escalated to such an extent that Hamilton has hired a PR firm to create a damage control strategy and improve his public image. But given the current controversy, it seems like an uphill battle for the seven-time world champion.

One can't help but wonder what's next for Lewis Hamilton? Will he continue to stand by his definition of racism, or will he retract his statement and apologize? Only time will tell. Until then, we can only hope that he seeks counsel from someone who can help him better understand the term 'racism' and its impact on people's lives.

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