The Australian newspaper that released the controversial ‘angry baby’ Serena Williams cartoon has hit back at ‘self-appointed censors’ by republishing it on its front page

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  • The controversial Serena Williams “angry baby” cartoon has been republished by The Herald Sun.
  • The Australian newspaper slapped the drawing on the front page of its Wednesday edition alongside the headline: “Welcome to PC World.”
  • The paper’s editor had previously tweeted his support for the cartoonist, while the artist himself said “the world has just gone crazy.”

The Herald Sun has defended its Serena Williams “angry baby” cartoon by republishing the drawing on the front page of its Wednesday edition.

The cartoon, drawn by the newspaper’s editorial cartoonist Mark Knight, was initially published on Monday. He portrayed Williams with exaggerated features like oversized lips, a big nose, and wiry hair. She was also seen jumping up and down near a broken tennis racket and a pacifier.

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