Sun Media columnist Sue-Ann Levy is being accused of racist comments on Twitter once again.
On Tuesday night, Levy tweeted about Toronto city Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam's attire. Wong-Tam, who represents Toronto Centre-Rosedale, came to Canada from Hong Kong as a child.
Wong-Tam rebuffed the Tweet by correcting Levy's presumptions about the origins of her wardrobe:
Although Wong-Tam appeared to take the comment in stride, other Twitter users pounced on the remark.
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This is not Levy's first time being accused of racism in her tweets. Last October, Levy tweeted "Obama says he 'will stand' with Israel if attacked and they are a 'true friend.' His nose is growing again." The kicker was her inclusion of the hashtag "#MuslimBS."
Levy was characteristically unapologetic, even after a deluge of tweets accusing her of racism and Islamophobia. The Toronto Sun, however, felt fit to respond with their own tweet:
Councillor Wong-Tam has also been at the receiving end of Levy's criticism before. In an October 2011 column, Levy dubbed Wong-Tam "Wrong-Turn" for "her contrarian stance to anything that is good for taxpayers."