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Kristen Stewart is just the latest white celebrity to get in hot water for her tone-deaf comments on the #OscarssoWhite controversy, thereby joining the ranks of such luminaries as Charlotte Rampling, Michael Caine and Julie Delpy. The only problem? Kristen Stewart never commented on #Oscarssowhite.

In a new interview with Variety from the Sundance Film Festival, the Twilight star can be heard castigating those who "sit around complaining" about inequality to "do something" -- and the comments have widely been put in context of the debate around the 2016 Academy Awards and its lily-white group of acting nominees. That would be hugely offensive! And yet anger was stoked by the vague wording of the article accompanying the video, which originally read "diversity" as opposed to "gender equality" before being corrected by editors. Bottom line: Stewart was talking about gender inequality -- not racial diversity -- in Hollywood when she made the following comments: 

"It's hard for me to speak to that, because -- it's awkward. I'm so fucking lucky and so stimulated and driven and not bored. And I have something in front of me all the time. So it sounds weird for me to sit around and be like 'It's not fair!' Guys make more money because their movies make more money. Let's start making more movies...If you're bored or if you feel like there's a lack of something in front of you, it's silly for me to say 'Go do something'...instead of sitting around and complaining about that, 'Do something.' Go write something, go do something for yourself. And then that's easy to say, like fuck, it's hard to get movies made. It's a huge luxury. Who gets to just make movies? But that subject is just so prevalently everywhere right now, and it's boring."

Here's a brief sampling of the outrage before the correction was made: 

And here's a sampling of outrage from those who still take offense at the comments in light of their new, correct context:

See? You can still be mad at Kristen Stewart after all. Just don't call her racially insensitive.

A former contributor to sites including MTV's The Backlot and Bloody-Disgusting, Chris Eggertsen worked in film development before indulging his love of pop culture writing full time. He specializes in horror, the intersection of social issues and entertainment and Howard Stern. He's on Twitter @HitFixChris.