Olympic runner Usain Bolt has again proven himself to be the best beyond a doubt at this year’s summer Olympics in Rio, which has prompted a lot of attention to get shifted his way. As the fastest runner to ever be timed, a lot of memes and photos of him mid-race have been shared all over the internet.

Well, Ellen DeGeneres joined in on the viral fun when she posted a photo of herself photo-shopped onto Usain Bolt’s back, jokingly saying she would run errands like that from now on. But social media users exploded with racism accusations, saying the photo was insensitive. Ed Lover doesn’t agree, however. Click on the audio player to hear his thoughts on imore in this edition of the Early Morning Evening News on the Ed Lover Show.

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Why Ellen DeGeneres Wasn’t Racist For Posting That Usain Bolt Photo [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO] was originally published on EdLoverShow.com