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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: Download the OWN Bold Moves 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


  • Aurora Skywalker
    Aurora Skywalker 4 months ago

    I would have walked out of that place minus the hand bag and take my business elsewhere

  • Brandy theus
    Brandy theus 3 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!

    BIG SHAKA 3 months ago

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

  • natasha meliffi
    natasha meliffi 3 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! 🙄😑

    BIG SHAKA 3 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

  • Jakyung Rhee
    Jakyung Rhee 10 months ago

    Louis Vuitton??

  • Travon Stephens
    Travon Stephens 4 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.

  • joll cheist 1
    joll cheist 1 3 months ago

    Italy is 95% racist

  • Olivia Love Worthy
    Olivia Love Worthy 4 months ago

    After the "Oprah Winfrey conversation," I would have walked out, stating: "Big mistake, big, huge!"

  • Amar Patel
    Amar Patel 2 months ago

    Bruh she shoulda just bought the store and fired her 😂

  • Bro Capitalista
    Bro Capitalista 10 months ago

    This used be so normal in France and Italy!!! 90s, early 2000

  • Girl Fight Talk
    Girl Fight Talk 3 months ago

    But did Oprah's white audidnce understand what was going on?

  • D R
    D R 3 months ago

    Funny, while they are watching Black ppl, white ppl are robbing the store blind.

  • Che Sullivan
    Che Sullivan 4 months ago

    About a few years ago, it happened to my friend and I, she happens to be a billionaire, and we were st a famous jewelry store, we were wearing jeans with holes!!!no one will wait on us, so we asked for the manager and he took care of us, she purchased an emerald and diamond ring ,valued at 235,000. As we were walking out she said to one of the sale ladies ,just want u to know that u just lost commission on 235,000!!!!never judge the book by the cover!!!

  • Liz P
    Liz P 1 month 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.

  • Carmel Pule'
    Carmel Pule' 7 months ago

    When as a young man in 1956 I landed in England, and lived at Chatham , I required to buy a suit, but since the ready made ones did not fit me well, I was to have one tailor made. My mother taught me how to chose the cloth, as she was a tailor herself and as soon as I told the Hepworth salesman the cloth I wanted the suit to be made from, he paused for some time, looked at me, contorted his face and shouted, " DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH THAT COSTS?" . Without looking at him I proceeded to feel the cloth and I quietly said, " Sir, the cost does not matter." At that very moment the salesman realised what he did and he looked at me, paused a little, looked down and said, " Sir, I do apologise, Sir, I do apologise". He did not know what to do after than but kindly offered me a cup of tea and biscuits. I tried to ease his pain by telling him that my mother was a tailor and I knew the texture of the best cloths and those which I could just afford. He appreciated me helping him out of the predicament he got himself into. Even English Gentlemen make mistakes............ but I have not been back in England for 50 years and I do not know if the manners of English salesmen are as I remember them back then.

  • natasha meliffi
    natasha meliffi 3 months ago

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

  • KING M
    KING M 3 months ago

    None of the white devils in crowd will ever have this experience, it’s funny to them because they are privileged enough to go anywhere and not be discriminated against.

  • Jacques De la Harpe
    Jacques De la Harpe 3 months ago

    Shallow Oprah again...with an audience full of shallow woman.

  • Tonya Richellé
    Tonya Richellé 4 months ago

    Black folks will never learn. Stop buying their products. Why would you consistently patronize businesses that don't respect you or your dollars. Channel, Louis, Gucci, etc. Have some dignity, damn!!!!!