A star-studded PSA for the “I Take Accountability” marketing campaign — that includes “influential voices from the white group [taking] accountability for turning the racist tide in America” — is now being parodied by the white solid members of standard Netflix collection, “Expensive White Individuals.”
The marketing campaign was instantly met with criticism for its overly dramatic supply and for celebs “making this about” themselves, prompting “Expensive White Individuals” solid members John Patrick Amedori, Wyatt Nash, Caitlin Carver, Erich Lane, and Sheridan Pierce to shoot their very own model because the tone-deaf characters they play on the collection. The present largely focuses on each delicate and overt racism skilled on faculty campuses.
“The white college students of Winchester additionally need to take accountability. We tried to cease them. #DearUsPeople,” learn the clip’s caption.
The actors went on to make exaggerated facial expressions whereas holding their palms over their hearts as somber piano music performed within the background, mocking these concerned within the authentic PSA together with Sarah Paulson, Aaron Paul and Kesha.
“I take accountability for being white and fairly and fascinating to males of all races,” stated Carver, who performs Muffy Tuttle. “For not posting the black sq. quickly sufficient, however for leaving it up far too lengthy.”
Nash, as Kurt Fletcher, defined, “I take accountability… for being hilarious although individuals are PC now.”
Channeling her internal Karen, Pierce, who performs Abigail, added, “I take accountability… for having requested to see many managers.”
The unique clip was additionally in comparison with Gal Gadot’s “Think about” montage in the course of the coronavirus outbreak, which additionally sparked outrage.