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  • Published on Sep 2, 2015

  • When Oprah was in Rome with Gayle King and Gayle's daughter, Kirby, they went shopping for Kirby's birthday. Hear what happened that led to a first for Oprah. For more on #oprahwinfreyshow, visit Find OWN on TV at #OWNTV #oprahwinfreyshow #Oprahwinfrey SUBSCRIBE: Download the Watch OWN App: About OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network is the first and only network named for, and inspired by, a single iconic leader. Oprah Winfrey's heart and creative instincts inform the brand -- and the magnetism of the channel. Winfrey provides leadership in programming and attracts superstar talent to join her in primetime, building a global community of like-minded viewers and leading that community to connect on social media and beyond. OWN is a singular destination on cable. Depth with edge. Heart. Star power. Connection. And endless possibilities. Discover OWN TV: Find OWN on your TV!: Our Fantastic Lineup: Connect with OWN Online: Visit the OWN WEBSITE: Like OWN on FACEBOOK: Follow OWN on TWITTER: Follow OWN on INSTAGRAM: Follow OWN on PINTEREST: The Store That Refused to Sell Oprah a Handbag | The Oprah Winfrey Show | Oprah Winfrey Network


  • itsme!!
    itsme!! 3 years ago

    Smh. She made it humorous but its really sad. 

  • Brandy theus
    Brandy theus 5 months ago

    The story is actually sad to me because what if that was someone other than Oprah?! Noone should have to face discrimination. Noone!

  • Travon Stephens
    Travon Stephens 6 months ago

    This was stupid. Why did she have to be somebody to get respect. She was a customer respect should have been given right when they came in.

    BIG SHAKA 5 months ago

    I'm not begging racist to take my hard earned money

  • O Negative
    O Negative 3 months ago

    I buy my bags at Walmart. I don't have these problems.

  • Caleb
    Caleb 2 months ago

    In Italy but the accent she mimicked was very French.

  • Amar Patel
    Amar Patel 3 months ago

    Bruh she shoulda just bought the store and fired her 😂

  • Liz P
    Liz P 3 months ago

    This wasn't a funny story. This was a story about a racist shopkeep in Italy who probably thought that black people couldn't afford Louis Vuitton. She should have walked out and never bought another Louis Vuitton handbag again and made it known why.

  • natasha meliffi
    natasha meliffi 5 months ago

    What the hell is funny about this story?? She basically got kkk'd but in a rich modern way!

  • Prince Pretty
    Prince Pretty 7 months ago

    You know the audience was hoping for Louis Vutton bags after listening to the story.

  • natasha meliffi
    natasha meliffi 5 months ago

    I genuinely thought she was gonna talk about this in a serious manner with some real concern, instead she made it about not being recognised rather than it being about the guy being racist towards blacks, Americans, black Americans whatever! As the saying goes: A spade is a spade! 🙄😑

  • Gary Nelson
    Gary Nelson 5 months ago (edited)

    She seem more upset that the sales person didn't recognize her than the real underline issue.

  • Tracy Javid
    Tracy Javid 6 months ago

    In 1996 I got my degree after years of studying at university. I decided to buy myself a Louis Vuitton purse/wallet as a celebration gift with some cash my parents had given me. Before this the closest I had ever been to LV was seeing their stuff in Vogue. So me and a friend went to the Bond Street shop in London. After about twenty minutes of being totally ignored and other people being seen to before me, who had come into the shop after me I said to the sales girl "can I see this purse", and I swear, just lime pretty woman film, this girl said, "these purses are very expensive. I was so shocked I laughed at her, and walks out. Undaunted I headed for Harrods where you are guaranteed good service, and I knew they had a Louis Vuitton outlet there. Instead I ended up buying a Gucci purse at Harrods. I still, to this day could not walk into a designer shop, I really felt like cheap goods that day. How people just price you up is sort of at the same time shocking and stupid. I shouldn't have taken them so seriously.

  • ThePanamanianMike
    ThePanamanianMike 3 months ago

    There's nothing funny about this. Our people are begging to give people our money who don't respect us.

  • Levels2this
    Levels2this 2 years ago

    This is actually pretty upsetting. What if she were not Oprah? This is the type of discrimination we should not encourage. She should have left that bag right there.

  • Bettyxox2
    Bettyxox2 3 months ago

    If I were you I would have waited for the moment that he said it’s okay to get the bag in the window and then say “sorry, I changed my mind.” and walk out.

    BIG SHAKA 5 months ago

    Black people will purchase everything from everybody else then when they go to a black business they always want a hook up it's sad people

  • kriss mg
    kriss mg 4 months ago

    I spent a week in Italy a few years ago and was surprised go discover they are extremely RACIST. I didn't know and was shocked by some of my experiences there. Oprah, you should have walked out of that store without spending a dime. It was straight up racism! The fact that they changed their minds when they discovered who you are is not good enough!

  • Sunspot Dawn
    Sunspot Dawn 2 days ago

    The story was total bs.

  • Holly Hood
    Holly Hood 3 years ago

    Many years ago a similar incident happened to me in Victoria's Secret. A salesgirl refused to give me a price on an item and had the audacity to say I couldn't afford it anyway. I left the store in tears. Then I decided to call the manager on the phone a block away. I have to give this manager her due credit. Not only did she make this ignorant girl apologize, but she personally escorted me throughout the store while I made my purchases. To this day I remain a loyal customer.