Gay comedian Robert White says Big Narstie’s TV spat did not seem offensive to him


Gay comedian Robert White has defended Big Narstie and urged people “to give [him] the benefit of the doubt” after the grime singer and rapper was seen pushing him during Britain’s Got More Talent on May 30th. There, the pair discussed how they felt about making it through to the final while the other guests were sharing their impressions from the show. When all the chatting was over, though, pop singer Anne-Marie took to the stage to perform ‘2002’ and just as the show was ending, White could be seen moseying up to Big Narstie as if to initiate a dance between them, but Narstie shoved White away. White insists that it was just a case of a gag gone wrong and that people shouldn’t hate Narstie for it, it was a joke and nobody’s feeling were hurt. “Big Narstie hi-fived, shook and then made up. No bad feelings from me.” White tweeted following the incident. “To me the visual joke was obvious; the tiny guy dancing with the big guy, but not everyone thinks in comedy, so I think you should give the benefit of the doubt.”Big Narstie retweeted White’s messages.


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