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Bice responded to that by taking a screenshot of the post and putting it up as two photos, writing about how he was 'tired of the racist double standards that have infested our society' in a new post about the incident. ', He also took issue when they laughed after the woman referred to him as 'that white boy.'. He also added that he spoke with the manager at the Popeyes’ location and insisted that the employee who called him “white boy” — a woman named Shawana — not be fired. Published: 10:28 EDT, 4 January 2017 | Updated: 14:15 EDT, 4 January 2017. ', Bice, who was runner-up on the fourth season of American Idol, then pointed directly at the camera and said: 'America, you should be ashamed. He also said that he was 'not a racist' and 'not a bigot' in the interview, this despite retweeting a negative comment about the Black Lives Matter movement after the Popeyes incident. Both of those retweets also came after Bice wrote in his first post: 'Unlike Popeye's I don't discriminate against people. Singer Bo Bice is speaking out after he claims he was the victim of racist behavior while visiting a Popeyes at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia last week. “Also, we will require re-training of our associates to ensure this isolated incident does not occur again. #Patriots families who died so you have the #Freedom to carry that sign in #Protest don’t agree.”. “The fact that I have to come on TV and calm down a notch, and look like a petty little brat by tweeting and Facebooking this just to open up dialogue so we can have an adult conversation is ridiculous,” he said in his interview on Fox5. The interview with Fox led to Bice getting another apology as well, with the group that manages that particular location Mack II, saying: 'The company does not condone the behavior of one of our associates and we took corrective action as soon as we were made aware of the incident. They did not respond to a request for comment from DailyMail.com about the reason behind that decision. It seemingly all comes down to the Golden Rule. Bo Bice, the singer who became famous when he was the runner-up to Carrie Underwood on the fourth season of “American Idol” in 2005, took to social media after he claims that he was attacked on the basis of his race by employees at a Popeyes restaurant at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in …

'You took CORPORATE POPEYE'S side Facebook, but you should have checked the validity of their complaint. At some point, the star took his complaints to Twitter as well, posting the photo of the Popeyes employees.

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', He later added: '[T]his is the behavior that is running rampant in our society and these sites and companies silence what they don't want people to know about and they are the ones who are running the show.'.

Get push notifications with news, features and more. He then followed up his second Facebook post with the Fox interview, in which he again complained about not receiving an apology.