October 13, 2019

Parents outraged after 'Gru' poses with OK sign | USA TODAY

Parents outraged after 'Gru' poses with OK sign | USA TODAY

The parents did not initially see what happened with the actor, but after looking at vacation photos later, they noticed the controversial symbol.
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Tiffiney Zinger said it was painful telling her daughter she couldn’t use a family vacation photo for her second grade class project – the image was marred by what appeared to be a symbol of hate.

The photo shows the 6-year-old girl, who is biracial and has autism, posing with an actor dressed as the movie character Gru from “Despicable Me” during a Universal Orlando breakfast event attended by the Zinger family in March. The character formed an upside-down “OK” symbol with his fingers, recognized by some as a hate symbol, on the girl’s shoulder, according to a photo and video reviewed by USA TODAY.

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  1. Nick Lopez

    This story is Despicable. You are propagating nonsense and giving a voice to idiocy USA Today. These parents should be ashamed of themselves for getting someone fired over NOTHING. Shame on you all okay👌 👌 👌 👌

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