Delta Goodrem, Marlon Wayans, Instagram


Delta Goodrem's response to Marlon Wayans' joke about her dancing is "Flawless."

The pop star and the actor attended Beyoncé and Jay-Z's concert at the Rose Bowl Sunday, though it seems unlikely that Wayans knew his seatmate is famous in her native Australia. He even Instagrammed a photo of himself making a funny face next to Goodrem, writing, "Man I got the most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN dancing next to me at the jay and bay concert...This bitch dancing to AC/DC."

The photo earned nearly 27,000 likes in 24 hours—and Goodrem's fans took Wayans to task on Twitter.

The Haunted House star, 42, explicitly efended his comments on Twitter Monday, writing, "Ok so let me start by saying suck it long, hard and til y'all mouths hurt to all these sensitive ass people. Secondly, I ain't apologizing for a joke... I love that all these people calling me racist cuz I stated a fact. She can't dance. Apparently neither can u. Now f--k outta here. one day people are gonna understand... I simply don't give f--k. And I refuse to succumb to this new world order if not having an opinion," he tweeted. "All comedians, say what u say and let it be said. Never say sorry for a fact, just say fuck off. Be you, be true."

Wayans tweeted the picture again, writing, "This s--t is even funnier second time around after all the controversy surrounding it!" Goodrem, 29, showed she had a sense of humor by tweeting a very famous video of Seinfeld's Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) dancing terribly. "Had a blast last night," the singer wrote.

With that, Wayans tweeted, "All those trippin and Delta is fine." The ribbing didn't end there, however. He shared a new version of the Instagram pic, writing, "In Black and white...Still can't dance. I'm gonna annoy u annoying sensitive asses with collages and repost of this for floodin' my damn timeline all day."

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