- Mahershala Ali: ‘I had to protect myself from people’s fear of me’ The Guardian
- Green Book writer apologises for old tweet about Muslims, 9/11 The Indian Express
- 'Green Book' screenwriter apologizes for 9/11 tweet about Muslims CANOE
- How the Middling Green Book Became an Oscars Front-Runner The Atlantic
- 'Green Book' writer apologises for anti-Muslim 9/11 tweet Malay Mail
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Green Book co-writer Nick Vallelonga has apologized for a 2015 tweet about Muslims and 9/11 that has resurfaced a few days after the film won a Golden Globe Award.
LOS ANGELES — Green Book co-screenwriter Nick Vallelonga has apologized for a 2015 tweet about Muslims and 9/11 that has resurfaced a few days after the film won a Golden Globe Award.In the tweet, he said then-U.S.
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