In a recent appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Australian actor talked about his role in the film "Does not it Romantic."
"I'm proud to be the biggest girl ever ever to be a romantic comedy star," said Wilson.
Twitter quickly stated that other larger-size actresses such as Ricki Lake, Queen Latifah and Moique Nique (all of which are now more svelte than in the past) have starred rom-coms.
Wilson defended his attention with thweets himself.
"Yes, of course, I'll know about these films but it was suspicious if: 1. Technically, these actors were more than filming those films or 2. In technically, those movies are scored / billed as a rom-com studio with an individual leader, "the star" Perfect Pitch "tweeted. "So there's a little gray area."
That caused Mo & Ns to Wilson tweet.
"Hei my little sister Let's let us not allow this business to erase our talent with giving gray and technical areas," said Nique Mo. "Take a moment and know the story. DO NOT A PART OF MAKING FOR. I wish you and the best."
He talked a lot about the social media that Wilson made dissatisfaction for a color actress such as Mo & Nique and Queen Latifah who had come to an end.
Wilson responded to Moique Nique, saying "I have not been able to eliminate the successes of anyone else and I decorate you with Queen Latifah, so much x I support all extra size girls and Everything we do with each other. "
After blocking a few people who tweeted their complaints, Wilson went to Twitter again Monday to offer an apology.
"In a few moments, well-planned, hoping to pick up my daughters as much as size, my negligence to show proper respect for those who climbed this mountain before me as Mo & Nique, Queen Latifah , Melissa McCarthy, Ricki Lake and probably many other people, "he said. "With the help of some compassionate and thoughtful responses from others on social media, I now realize what I said not only is wrong but also extremely hurt."
Wilson went on to say, "To be part of a problem I was hoping to help me make it much more embarrassing and difficult to recognize."
"I block people on Twitter because I was hurting the criticism, but that's the people that I really need to hear, not less," it ended. "Again, I'm sorry."