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Tamera Mowry defends husband against racism claims

'NOT A RACIST': Tamera Mowry has responded to accusations made about her husband

TAMERA MOWRY has defended her husband’s character after he was accused of being a racist.

The Real panellist used the “Girl Chat” portion of the TV show she co-hosts to speak up on the controversy surrounding her husband, former Fox News reporter Adam Housley.

Former Sister Sister actress Mowry said: “My husband is not a racist.”

A clip of Mowry’s outburst on the show was posted on The Real Instagram page.

In response, one commenter said: “I don’t understand why Tamera feels the need to protect her husband. If her husband is not a racist then he is not a racist. The more she continues to come at people the more it appears he looks guilty, actions speak louder than words. There are other things to be focused on.”

Another said: “I'm pretty sure more people are/were offended and believe he is racist based on his tweets from 2012 about Trayvon Martin more [than] the fact he works for Fox news [just saying]...But of course you’re going to defend your husband, what wife wouldn't.”

Housely took to Twitter to mount his own defence. He said: “This is just for clarification so if you see any stupid people spewing lies...per usual...have them refer to this tweet. @TameraMowryTwo and I did not support Trump or Hillary and nowhere has there ever been anything said to prove such.

“No I am not racist, or insensitive, or any other crap you spew. Yes I love people from all walks of life. I love to cook, be with my kids, coach soccer, tell stories, music of all types, people of all types.”

The news correspondent and former professional baseball player said that similar accusations against him and negative comments were a regular occurrence.

He said: “If you look this happens about once [every] year or so...people me racist. Misrepresent me and my wife. Every once in a while we have to fight back. It’s sad really, nobody reaches out to find the truth, or take the time to find out who we are as people.

“It’s just easy to what you can from afar to try and tear down love. I know this...and I’ll leave it here. My wife is an amazing woman. We have thousands of friends from all walks of life who know us and know our hearts. Haters be damned.”

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