It seems that by everything Meghan Markle does, her antagonists see a way to criticize the late actor in one way or the other.
The Duchess from Sussex has sparked a new row of plagiarism later she delivered the keynote address for the Girl Up summit held earlier this week.
The former member of the British royal family was accused of stealing a quote by Apple CEO Steve Jobs during her speech during which she urged women to bring about change also work towards an equal community.
“And sometimes those voices can look on the outside and somethings they can appear to be painfully loud, but you can do your own voice to down out that noise. Because that’s what it is: It is just noise,” she had said.
“But your voices are those of truth and hope, and your voices can and should be much louder,” she added.
Many critics pointed out that while the duchess’s words may have come from a good place, they still resembled the words of the late tech mogul.
During a commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005, Jobs had said: “Don’t be trapped by dogma ‒ which is living by the results of different people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your inner voice.”
Social media users turned their guns towards Meghan because one shared Jobs’s quote and commented: “What did you say into your Girl Up speech, Meghan? I can’t hear you!”