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Kelly Osbourne took to Twitter to make it clear that she did not make the weed comment that raised racism controversy between her friend Zendaya and her fellow "Fashion Police" host Giuliana Rancic.

"The Talk" host Sharon Osbourne's daughter said she does not condone racism so she is seriously questioning staying on the "Fashion Police" show.

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When the Rancic's comment on Zendaya's dreadlocks on the 2015 Oscars red carpet became controversial, Kelly tweeted, "I WILL NOT BE DRAGED INTO THIS! The situation is being rectified like ADULTS by both parties. I hope you can leave it to them & do the same!"

Meanwhile, Rancic has released a public apology saying while "Fashion Police" is a show that pokes fun at celebrities in good spirit, something she said, which is about Zendaya's dreadlocks making her look like she smells marijuana, crossed the line.

In the apology video, Rancic says, "This really has been a learning experience for me. This incident has taught me to be a lot more aware of cliches and stereotypes, how much damage they can do and that I am responsible, as we all are, to not perpetuate them further."

In response, Zendaya said in a long message she posted on her Twitter account, "Guiliana, I appreciate your apology and I'm glad it was a learning experience for you and for the network."

Zendaya tweeted earlier that people with dreadlocks do not smell marijuana.  

In 2014, President Barack Obama said he believes marijuana is not more dangerous than alcohol. In the same year, Washington entrepreneur Adam Stites made marijuana-infused soda and coffee called "Legal."

"It's much more approachable, as opposed to 'Hey, mom and dad, do you want a joint?'" Stites told KGW-TV.