Quite recently, 55 year old Italian fashion designer Stefano Gabbana, made a comment on Instagram regarding the appearance of Selena Gomez. Stefano said, that Selena Gomez is “è proprio brutta” — which roughly translates into “she’s so ugly.” Fellow Disney starlet Miley Cyrus, rushed in to defend Selena’s beauty. Selena has been in and out of hospitals for treatments and various other procedures in recent years.
This is what Miley said, “What that dick head said (if it’s true) is f—ing false and total bull s—. She’s fine as f—” A photo was posted later, showing Miley and Gomez together from earlier in their careers. The pair are now 25 years old now.
Many agree that Gabbana was out of line with his comment. Now, people are calling for a boycott, with anything to do with Stefano Gabbana and his fashion. Gabbana has a history of slamming different female celebrities, on social media sites.
The backlash is already pouring in, as other celebrities have commented about this. “13 Reasons Why” star Tommy Dorfman commented as well. He said, “You’re tired and over. Your homophobic, misogynistic, body-shaming existence will not thrive in 2018,” the actor wrote beneath the post. “It is no longer tolerable or chic. Please take many seats.”
There aren’t many who feel the same way about Gomez. She was recently named one of Maxim’s 100 Hottest stars on Thursday. The entire thing feels very superficial, as people continue stating their opinions about all of this.
Actress Jaime King said, ‘Wait, what? Dolce & Gabbana’s co-founder literally just called Selena Gomez ugly…’ King said, ‘Because they are ugly humans who cannot handle the beauty of S that radiates from her Soul and her physical being. #boycottdolceandgabbana.’
Perhaps the message will catch on for a while, leading to some positive changes for everyone.
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