Meghan and Harry’s lie about chasing paparazzi in New York has been exposed to the entire Hollywood world by Whoopi Goldberg, and the cast’s reaction was not unexpected by the star of ‘The View’

In a recent development that has captured significant attention in Hollywood, Whoopi Goldberg has publicly expressed skepticism about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s claims of a “near catastrophic” car chase by paparazzi in New York City. The incident, which reportedly took place on May 16, involved the couple and Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland. According to a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the pursuit lasted over two hours and involved several near-collisions with other drivers, pedestrians, and even two NYPD officers.

However, Whoopi Goldberg, speaking on “The View,” questioned the plausibility of such a high-speed chase occurring in New York City. Goldberg remarked that the city’s traffic conditions make sustained car chases highly unlikely. She humorously noted that if car chases were feasible in New York, “we’d all make it to the theater on time”.

oldbergs cornments reflect a broader skepticism among some who believe that the couple may have exaggerated the severity of the incident. She suggested that such dramatic descriptions are more fitting for cities like Los Angeles, known for its high-speed pursuits

This incident has prompted a wave of caution among celebrities when discussing Meghan Markle. Many in Hollywood are now more careful, likely due to the polarized opinions surrounding the couple and the potential for backlash when taking sides. The skepticism voiced by Goldberg and others adds to the ongoing debate about the challenges faced by high-profile figures in maintaining their privacy and safety amidst relentless media scrutiny.


As the conversation evolves, it highlights the delicate balance celebrities must navigate between sharing their e..periences and managing public perception, especially in an era where media narratives can quickly sway public opinion.