Elvis loved being around Black people, says Priscilla Presley.

Elvis Presley, according to his ex-wife Priscilla Presley, "was not a racist."  

The 77-year-old matriarch discussed the #MeToo movement and eras of culture during her appearance on Piers Morgan Uncensored.

Even though Elvis is known as the "King of Rock and Roll," concerns about cultural appropriation are a part of his legacy.

It was widely believed for a very long time that Elvis was racist. He wasn't prejudiced. 

He has never displayed racism. Elvis had friends from all over the world, including Black acquaintances. 

He cherished the company of Black musicians, "Noting Elvis' ties with Fats Domino and Sammy Davis Jr., Priscilla said.

"He genuinely enjoyed being with everyone, including Black people. He had no prejudice at all. In no way was he racist, "Priscilla carried on. 

"This is a scary time, I guess. It looks like we're looking for something in everyone to use against them, which is terrible."