In a follow-up post on Twitter, Mason explained why she ultimately decided to take the video down.“Not because I feel bad or because I’m afraid, because at the end of the day she is a human too, even though she thinks I am less than that,” she wrote.“Never let anyone judge you because of your race, Never.“We shouldn’t act as if my tweet never existed, this happens everywhere and there is NO excuse.Sophie Chang, Vice President of Ohio State’s Undergraduate Student Government, condemned Rust’s comments in the video.

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“Americans are a lot friendlier when you’re going out in bars and restaurants.

In Paris, people tend to be a little more closed off.

“I was quite simply very hurt, and angry with an ex-boyfriend and jealous of her.

Nothing more.”“Again, I say in the strongest possible terms that racism is despicable and I apologize for any hurt or pain this tweet caused this young woman or anyone else,” Rust added.

“More often than not, people are usually set up,” says the 28-year-old medical student.

“Filipinos love matchmaking.” And as for just going out for a good time, Fojas has learned, “In the Philippines, it’s either you’re someone’s significant other or you’re not. I’ve yet to encounter someone [who goes] on dates with multiple people,” she adds.

actually aired on Monday (September 18) following a strange, last-minute cancellation last Friday (September 15).

Viewers were perplexed last week when a brief continuity announcement at 10pm said that E4 was "unable to show expert Nadia Essex actually had to clarify that the episode wasn't cancelled because she'd died. When Monday rolled around, it was again Essex who announced that elements from Friday's episode would be condensed into the night's regularly-scheduled instalment."All the good stuff, the best bits from Friday, are going to go into tonight's episode," she said on Instagram.

Although it’s hot, hot, hot on the Caribbean island, a date there may be anything but.

So when Andre, a salesman, moved to New York City from Jamaica about three years ago, he quickly learned the new meaning of a “date.” “Back home, a date is just going out with someone — watching a movie, hanging out, getting food — and that’s it,” says the 32-year-old Canarsie resident, who declined to give his last name for professional reasons.

"So it's going to be condensed into an hour but it's going to be jam-packed full of all the great stuff…