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Freelancer and social media expert Anu Narayanswamy has been slammed after a series of inflammatory posts on her Facebook page.
The posts included a picture of a white boy with his hands in a fist and a caption reading ‘white boys can be good too’.
The posts sparked a backlash from users, many of whom called her a ‘traitor’ and said the post was offensive to minorities.
However, Ms Narayanesh did not apologise and said she would be taking the post down.
“I am not sorry for it.
I am going to take down it, and I am taking it down for the people that it offended,” she said.”
We are not racists and we don’t want to be racist.
We are going to remove it, it’s going to be removed.”
Ms Narayani said she was not aware of the racist intent behind the posts.
“What I am sorry about is the comments on Facebook,” she told the ABC.
“My post was not about racism, but just a question, what do you think of my post?”‘
This is the best time’Ms Narayananesh is known for her work on fashion websites and fashion trends.
She is a frequent contributor to magazines including Fashionista, and was a finalist for the prestigious New York Fashion Week in 2016.