This comes after it was deemed racially insensitive.
A 1988 episode of hit TV show Golden Girls has been removed, in a bid to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
The episode that has been pulled is called 'Mixed Feelings.' In the episode, the son of Dorothy (Beatrice Author), Michael (Scott Jacoby) wants to marry a woman an older Black woman, Lorraine (Rosalind Cash).
The couple are against a few odds as Dorothy criticises their age difference, while Lorraine's family disapproves of their daughter marrying a white man, therefore the two families try to stop the wedding.
When the bride-to-be's family arrives, Dorothy's friends Rose (Betty White) and Blanche (Rue McClanahan) are trying out a new mud face treatment. The ladies then greet the family with their masks still on, before saying: "This is mud on our faces, we're not really Black."
Hulu Just Removed The Episode of Golden Girls Featuring Them in Mud Masks How The Heck Is This Offensive It’s Freaking MUD MASKS For Gods Sake. This Bullcrap Has Gotten Out Freaking Hand. Stop With This Nonsense. #GoldenGirls pic.twitter.com/FU2oFhztvr— Joel Corbin aka ?? in Paradise (@4RealJoelCorbin) June 28, 2020
Some Twitter users agreed it was uncalled for and were impressed the Golden Girls episode was removed from American TV streaming app Hulu.
"The joke in the end is an awkward situation with a black person where one of them has to clarify 'we aren’t really black,'" one said.
But others disagreed.
"OMG I am so mad that they pulled one of the funniest episodes of GOLDEN GIRLS EVER...they were not in black face at all and as a black person I loved that episode it showed unity I’m so pissed with #Hulu I stand by my #GoldenGirls it wasn’t BLACKFACE."
While another added: "I remember when I first moved here to Australia, I would search up the #GoldenGirls & binge-watch their clips & their episodes. Moving to a new country was tough & comedy sitcoms were my go-to for comfort. To see it cancelled is disturbing & appalling. #CancelCulture #auspol."
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