Bob Marley's son hits back at Lenny Henry's Glastonbury Festival diversity comments

Bob Marley's son hits back at Lenny Henry's Glastonbury Festival diversity comments

Sir Lenny Henry's comments about a lack of diversity at Glastonbury Festival has been called out by Bob Marley's son, Ziggy. The 63-year-old actor and comedian had said that you won't "see any black people" at Worthy Farm and that he is "always surprised by the lack of black and brown faces at festivals" and that this was "still very much a dominant culture thing." Speaking to TalkTV’s The News Desk tonight, 53-year-old musician Ziggy has challenged that view. Ziggy said: "I've stopped looking at skin colour. You know, I don't really focus on that anymore. We look at humanity. We're all human beings." He went on to add: " So, I don't really focus on the colour of people's skin." Ziggy also expressed his excitement at playing at Glastonbury …
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