Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Lewis Hamilton Apologizes for Gender Shaming His Nephew


Race car driver Lewis Hamilton apologizes for shaming his nephew for wearing a princess dress...





15 comments:

Anonymous said...

SMH. People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

Anonymous said...

backward ass world.

Jordan Synclair said...

He's GAY himself Pr Distraction.

Anonymous said...

dont retract no straight man wants to see a male relative child in a dress. stop this gay pandering and let us grow strong black men. and for all those who dont like my opinion i do not care

Anonymous said...

Interesting = reasons why he would put himself on the line?

Anonymous said...

People kill me. Why apologize for something you know is the fucking truth??? I told my gay niece to stop that gay shit and trying to act and dress manly.

Anonymous said...

Wow, we live in a society that, nvm....

The One said...

Did he dress himself?

a google user said...

@731 you got that right

E-STROKES said...

He was right. This strong arming shit is gonna turn folks against gays etc. It already is.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I see some of y all are going to wonder why your niece, nephews, and children are running the streets, high, or killing themselves. No one is forcing you to accept or make your child gay. But also no one is making make them feel like shit or feel unloved while y all hide are your bones in the closet. Do better.

Anonymous said...

I would have done the same thing. Do not encourage this incorrect type of homosexual behaviour in children. Lewis is a f@g (gay for pay = f@g in my book!) so I really find it hard to believe that he belittled anyone. I wonder how many trans things he's had in his bed?

No said...

Cross dressi g does not equal gay! Prolly a serial killer.

✿✿Dotty✿✿ said...

The problem is that little kids are constantly learning new things. IF a boy wants to dress up like a princess and someone tells them that doing so means that they will be gay they now equate it to mean that they ARE gay when they aren't Some things that kids do are done out of innocence. Why not tell the boy "Princesses are a costume for girls, but would you like to be a Prince? How about a King with a big crown and scepter?" The kid may not see something as shameful. People just need to learn how to manage the situation better without making the child feel that they are now in a specific category.

its itty baby said...

@9:30pm 😂🤣😂😂😂

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