Terry Gross Needs to Retire...Like Now!
Terry Gross is mean and outdated. She keeps throwing jabs at her guests during interviews and somehow manages to sound petty, jealous, and downright racist of every star or celebrity of color she invites onto her show. Take a listen, for instance, on her interview with Octavia Spencer in her new Netflix role as Madam CJ Walker. It’s evident Terry seems peeved by Octavia’s success and openly mocks her for her achievements, as if Octavia Spencer didn’t work 1000+ percent to get to where she is today. I mean, what does Terry think of herself? She is just a bitter, old woman who has reached the end of her career and is doing anything and everything to maintain control of a show that’s needed a kinder, better, and more relatable host for decades. NPR, if you’re listening, can you please force Terry Gross to retire already, or at the very least, teach her some manners and how to be a compassionate host?
NehaPatelsPlaylist via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/20
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