Donald Glover is speaking up about the racism he and the Atlanta crew encountered in London. It is worth mentioning that the third-season of the critically- acclaimed TV show is set to premiere on March 22.

Stephen Glover reminisced on the making of season four and the cast’s time shooting “Atlanta” in London. While in London, though, Stephen recalls the cast being subjects of racial profiling as the group of accusers believed the cast had guns.

Stephen, who’s Glover’s brother and one of the co-writers on the show, talked about the incident during a recent appearance on the Television Critics Association winter press.

“This group of people walks up. And maybe one of the kind of notices Donald or recognizes him. And she stops, and they start asking if they know anywhere around here to get something to drink. I think we were talking to them for a second. It’s this girl and two or three guys.”

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