One of his colleagues went on Thursday for the BBC radio, because the presenter published a tremendous outrageous racial entry to Prince Harry and Princess Meghan Princess born this week.
The 61-year-old former presenter of BBC Radio 5 Live, a news and sports program, telephone and chat program, on the Twitter Portal, uploaded a picture of a man and a woman holding an elegantly dressed chimpanzee. The image that has been erased since then was labeled “a royal baby leaving the hospital”.
Prince Harry – II. Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter, Charles Crown Prince and late Diana’s second-born son – married Meghan Markle last May.
The former actress, for the first time, was an African-American-rooted American citizen in the British royal family as a creditor of one of the high-ranking members of the throne list.
The child of the prince couple, named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, was born on Monday.
Danny Baker’s Twitter record has triggered an outrageous reaction, and on Thursday afternoon, the BBC announced that it had terminated the presenter’s employment. According to the British public service radio announcement, Baker is “a brilliant presenter, but his actions are incompatible with the BBC standards”.
Baker, whose Saturday morning program was extremely popular, apologized on Thursday for several Twitter posts, and called the publication of a “tremendous mistake”, but denied that he was led by racist motivation. In one of his entries he wrote that it was a “funny picture” but “of course not in the context”.