Gracie Wood Video – Two recordings that show the girl of WSPA commentator Amy Wood utilizing bigot and homophobic language have surfaced across various online media and sites Thursday.
The two recordings were first posted by the Instagram account @saucecarolina. The record expressed in an immediate message that it would not uncover the underlying wellspring of the recordings. The Herald-Journal won’t post the recordings on our site because of their bigot and homophobic language.
Wood’s girl, Gracie, has not made an announcement.
Amy Wood presented an assertion on her Facebook page Thursday late evening saying ‘sorry’ for her little girl and family for the “terrible, appalling, and contemptible things my girl said on the recordings so many of you have seen.”
Wood likewise said her family would be cooperating to learn and develop further in their convictions of balance and consideration.
The Herald-Journal additionally endeavored to call WSPA senior supervisor Kenny Lawrence for input on the video.
The primary video was posted on Wednesday, while the subsequent video was posted Thursday night.
Gracie is well known on Instagram and is a vocalist and lyricist. She appeared her own melody, “You Ain’t My Boo” on Spotify and had almost 30,000 supporters on Instagram prior to erasing her record. Her Twitter account has additionally been taken out.
This isn’t the initial time a Spartanburg youngster has turned into a web sensation in a disputable video. In May 2021, “American Idol” candidate and Dorman High School understudy Caleb Kennedy left the show subsequent to arriving at the Top 5. His takeoff came after an old Snapchat video started flowing on the web.
Numerous Spartanburg occupants saw this as a workable second for adolescents to comprehend the reason why words and images matter.