Kevin Frazier slammed for suggesting The Talk's Sharon Osbourne 'get educated by Black women' after racism allegations

KEVIN Frazier was slammed for suggesting The Talk's Sharon Osbourne "get educated by Black women."

His comment comes following racism allegations against the daytime talk show host.

The 56-year-old is facing backlash from fans after he suggested that a number of prominent black women in Hollywood team up to help Sharon, 68, “learn” about race.

Kevin interviewed Sharon during Tuesday's episode of Entertainment Tonight following her on-air fight with co-host Sheryl Underwood.

The women previously got into a screaming match when Sharon defended her friend Piers Morgan for making controversial comments about Meghan Markle, 39.

The fight led the show to take a brief hiatus as an "internal review" is taking place.

Kevin took to Instagram to promote his interview with Sharon, while he tagged her, Meghan and racial justice advocate and actress Amanda Seales.

He also tagged The Talk alum Holy Robinsons Peete- who accused Sharon of calling her "ghetto"- and The Bachelor host Chris Harrison, who is in the middle of his own racism scandal.

Kevin suggested the group participate in a "summit," stating: “At some point we all have to reach a point where we can sit together and have a tough conversation about race. I don’t know what happens next for Sharon Osbourne, but I do know it’s time for a meaningful conversation, a learning moment. She is ready.”

While Sharon liked the post, many members of the Black community didn't agree with Kevin's idea.

According to Page Six, Amanda replied: “You must be outta yo gotdamn mind. How bout you put your energy into providing a safe space for those on the show who have been terrorized by her rampant racism/classism/xenophobia."

Kevin fired back: “Been doing that for years… I wanted to hear your thoughts that’s why I tagged you, I respect your opinion, not trying to get into a scrap.”

The Insecure actress responded: “Well, you missed the mark this time, BROTHA."

Meanwhile, Sherri Shepherd responded to the post: “Don’t think Sharon is anywhere near ready.”

Kevin soon deleted the post, though attempted to explain his intentions in a follow-up Instagram post.

Alongside a photo of him on set of Entertainment Tonight, Kevin wrote: “I was suggesting there be a place, in the mainstream where people (like Sheryl and Holly) could actually express their feelings without being muted or muzzled (and I can tell you that there were people who worked to mute Hollys [sic] voice after she left)."

Holly, 56, seemed to appreciate Kevin's idea, as she responded: "Thank you for acknowledging the way I was treated after being let go from ‘The Talk’ in such an unnecessary, mean-spirited way. Sharon was a part of that. She knows it. No matter what she says.

"Now it’s all coming out and I don’t think she is close to being ‘ready’ for any kind of accountability. That’s just my opinion."

Meanwhile, Amanda continued to slam Kevin for his posts as she shared his original post and told him to “cut the kumbaya tactics. It’s so easy to protect Black women.”

The actress said in a five-minute clip: “It is not the responsibility of black folks to educate white folks on how they cannot be trash ass folks. Ok, they f**king made up racism. Why the f**k we gotta teach you how to not be racist.

“To expect us to do that and to, as a black person, try and rally up folks into that space is… just foolish and also not respectful of our time and of our energy.”

After Amanda said that Sheryl, 57, and Holly have been “at the brunt of this woman’s racist bullsh**t,” Amanda continued: “Basically you’re asking victims to come and have a nice little sit down with their attacker, so that this bitch can feel better? No, we are not on the rehabilitate white people train.”

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