The actress did so on her talk show “The Real” Tuesday, Sept. 18, amid continued accusations against her spouse, who worked for 17 years as a correspondent for Fox News.
“There are some people who think that my husband is racist because he worked for a certain channel,” said Mowry, whose mother is Black and father is white. “I’m gonna look in that camera right there and let everybody know my husband is not a racist!”
YouTube commenters who viewed the program, however, disagreed with Mowry’s assessment of her spouse.
“Girl BYE! Tam, your husband is racist. Especially his views on July 4 was very questionable.”
“Tamera, honey, sweet little angel, God’s beautiful creation.. I hate to break it to you sweet pea but Your husband is a low key racist. You shaking your head like a bobble head is not going to change the fact that Adam is a racist. Don’t @ me, I said what I said and I meant it!”
“And yes you can be racist and be with someone of color…”
“I’m sorry but if you CHOOSE to work for Fox News, a channel that is known for being very racist, it must mean you agree with some of their views and their corporate culture. Maybe he is not a full out racist like some of the cohosts on that channel but he must agree with some of their views to be working and to be friends with them. 🤷🏿♀️”
In August, he retweeted a Twitter user who said, “Being married to a person of another race doesn’t automatically make you not racist. (Example: Adam Housley & Tamera Mowry).”
“And the winner of the new idiot of the day goes to….drumroll….this clown #enjoyyoirsadlife,” he added in the retweet.