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Australian newspaper reprints Serena Williams cartoon on FRONT COVER after ‘sexist’ and ‘racist’ claims

The cartoon has sparked a huge amount of controversy

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Australian newspaper, The Herald Sun, has reprinted their Serena Williams cartoon on their front cover after it was labelled as being “sexist” and “racist.”

The newspaper was titled ‘Welcome To PC World’ and also included cartoons of Kim Jong-Un and Donald Trump.

The Serena Williams cartoon sparked controversy and J.K. Rowling wrote: “Well done on reducing one of the greatest sportswomen alive to racist and sexist tropes and turning a second great sportswoman into a faceless prop.”

Mark Knight – The Herald Sun

The artist who drew the cartoon deleted his Twitter soon after the controversy began.

The artist stated that the cartoon “is nothing to do with race” but many have disagreed.

Fans have take to Twitter to express their feelings on the matter.