'Aunt Viv' Throws Shade to Lori Loughlin After 'Full House' Actress is Released After Serving 2 Months in Prison
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‘Aunt Viv’ Throws Shade to Lori Loughlin After ‘Full House’ Actress is Released After Serving 2 Months in Prison

Janet Hubert
(Image: Twitter)

Actress Janet Hubert is no stranger to controversy and will never be known for holding her tongue. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum and original Aunt Viv made a statement pertaining to white privilege when fellow actress Lori Loughlin was released from her stint in jail.

Loughlin, who was caught up in a bribing college admission scandal to which she gave a guilty plea, was recently released after serving almost two months for a sentence many consider light because she is a white woman. Hubert sent a Tweet in reference to the former Full House actress about her privilege, alluding that a Black woman wouldn’t be afforded the same opportunity.

Other Twitter users chimed in as well.


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