Twitter Cancels Actress For Attending ‘KKK Ball’ 20 Years Ago. The Temptations Performed At Same Event.

Twitter Cancels Actress For Attending ‘KKK Ball’ 20 Years Ago. The Temptations Performed At Same Event.


As Twitter erupted with accusations that “Office” star Ellie Kemper was a KKK princess for her participation in a 1999 debutante ball, a deeper dive into the elite St. Louis group at the center of the story revealed any number of celebrity connections, many of them African-American.

As the Daily Wire previously reported, the Veiled Prophet organization barred black membership from its 1878 founding until 1979, but it has no known connection to the KKK and had been integrated for 20 years by the time Kemper was crowned the “Queen of Love and Beauty” at age 19.

The accusations of “racism” stem from the wealth and influence of the group’s members and the fact that one of its original founders was Confederate officer Alonzo Slayback. A 2019 St. Louis Post-Dispatch described the Veiled Prophet events, which include a ball and a parade, this way: “The prophet crowns a queen every year; their last names include Kemper, Busch, Danforth, Schnuck, Schlafly, Chouteau,

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