New York Times mixes up Angela Bassett and Omarosa

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 19, 2018

Angela Bassett was mislabeled as Omarosa Manigault Newman in the New York Times.

On Tuesday, the Times apologized for some early print editions that featured a picture of the "Waiting to Exhale" and "Black Panther" star at the 2018 Emmys alongside a caption that confused Bassett with former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman.

The mistake was pointed out on Twitter by Buzzfeed journalist Julia Reinstein, and acknowledged as a genuine error by the New York Times communications Twitter account.

"We regret running an incorrect caption from a photo wire service in some early print editions". "We will issue a correction in tomorrow's paper". At least one Twitter account holder in CT ran a photo from an edition of the Tuesday Times without the image in question, and with the caption changed.

Actress and activist Angela Bassett was at the centre of much of the Emmy Awards chatter on Monday night after the 60-year-old actress appeared onstage to present an award alongside Tiffany Haddish, looking like she hasn't aged a bit.

They OWE the divine Ms. Angela Bassett a HUGE apology, not to mention retraction of that horrendous print. Ms. Bassett far, far, FAR outweighs Omarosa in EVERYTHING!

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