PUBLISHED: 08:30, Wed, Sep 16, 2020 | UPDATED: 08:40, Wed, Sep 16, 2020
Jim Davidson, 66, went on an expletive-filled rant which was posted to his YouTube channel in view of his 71,000 subscribers. It comes after Diversity took to the Britain's Got Talent stage for a performance inspired by Black Lives Matter movement following the death of George Floyd.
In a post titled ‘Who Needs Diversity?’ Davidson ranted: “Diversity, what the f*** do you want?
"You just want to be famous all around the world - you don't give a f*** about George (Floyd)."
He went on: "You don't see white couples on adverts anymore, do you? Most TV presenters are non-white.
“The Golden Girls, you know that film The Golden Girls with all them old birds? That's being made by black people."
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Jim Davidson's foul-mouthed rant amid BGT row (Image: WENN)
Jim Davidson went on a foul mouthed tirade over Diversity's performance (Image: YOUTUBE JIM DAVIDSON)
Jim then appeared to be referencing an attack on a white woman, when he said: “There's loads of white people sticking up for you, sticking up for Black Lives Matter - young white girls walking around with banners.
"Well, I say most young girls, Gemma's sister is not holding up a banner as she was violently mugged by three black men. Perhaps Diversity can do a mugging thing."
During Diversity's powerful performance earlier this month, led by dancer Ashley Banjo, the former champions opened the performance by reciting a viral poem The Great Realisation by the singer Tomfoolery, about the BLM movement and police brutality.
During their performance, the group also narrated the death of George Floyd who died after police officer Derek Chauvin put his knee on his