Last week, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was the subject of many a report after a Virginia restaurant called Red Hen refused to serve her over "moral grounds." This didn't just spark great debate over whether the restaurant owner was right to ask Sanders and her party to leave, but also triggered comments from the likes of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Claudia Jordan that were construed by many as "fat shaming." As far as singer John Legend is concerned, none of that matters when compared to the plight of the thousands of children separated from their parents due to the Trump administration's immigration laws.
As reported by TMZ, Legend commented on the matter on Wednesday as he and his wife, Chrissy Teigen, were leaving a Beverly Hills restaurant. When asked by the publication's reporter about his thoughts on Jordan's perceived "fat shaming" of Sanders, he went straight to the point and made a profanity-laced statement about how people should be more concerned about how more than 2,000 immigrant children should be reunited with their parents.
"I don't care about f**king Sarah Sanders," Legend continued.
"Reunite the f**king kids with their families. Then we'll talk about Sarah Sanders and her f**king dinners."
"She called them out, and she needed to."