Kelly Rowland is still reeling from the racist row on Sesame Street The singer, 41, launched after a video posted on social media over the weekend went viral

showing the performer in a Rosity costume at Sesame Place in Philadelphia appearing to blatantly ignore two young black girls reaching out for a kiss and embrace

moments after the entertainer became engaged to other white park visitors Although some viewers dismissed the interaction as a misunderstanding,

other videos of similar incidents involving black children surfaced online. Kelly told Entertainment Tonight: “I'm still upset. I was angry.

And I personally know that I would burn the place down. I've said it before and I mean it." Sesame Workshop said: "We have been in contact with Sesame Place,

our licensed park partner, and they have assured us that they will conduct bias training and thoroughly review the ways they deal with families and Guests."

Sesame Place also issued a formal apology and claimed to have invited the family involved back to the park  a gesture the girls' mother denies in the clip was made.

Kelly, who shared the video on her Instagram stories, added: “Did you see the ridiculous excuse they had? “When I saw it and it was an extension of what I learned