Stefano Gabbana, one half of the design duo behind Italian trend label Dolce & Gabbana, isn’t any stranger to scandal. The 55-year-old has been within the information loads previously few years over his controversial help for Melania Trump (and for mocking those that criticized him) and his feedback about homosexual mother and father and infants conceived by means of IVF. Now, for some motive, the designer is taking purpose at a stunning new goal: Selena Gomez.
On Tuesday, the style web site Catwalk Italia posted an Instagram of Gomez sporting 5 crimson attire and implored followers to select their favourite look. Gabbana commented on the put up, “è proprio brutta!!!” which, translated from Italian, means, “she’s so ugly!” in response to *Mic*.
The feedback triggered prompt outrage, prompting many Instagrammers to come back to Gomez’s protection and name out Gabbana for cyberbullying. “this isn’t cute 👎🏻I’m speechless, study to not choose others 👎🏻,” one commenter wrote to Gabbana. “Disgrace on you, you’re bullying,” one other mentioned. Others wrote, “that is a disgrace to listen to such phrases from a well-known designer such as you,” and “SHAME ON YOU! How dare you insult the bodily look of somebody lovely. Selena is at all times sporting your model and I’m certain that would be the final time. You disgust me.”
Gabbana, nevertheless, appeared to relish the eye, responding to the backlash solely with, “hahahahaha.” Along with commenters calling out Gabbana for bullying, nevertheless, some Selenators flooded the feedback with harsh messages directed towards Stefano, during which they referred to as him names, insulted his designs, and extra.
Other than the opposite controversies he is been embroiled in, Gabbana sadly has a historical past of body-shaming celebrities. After Woman Gaga carried out on the 2017 SuperBowl, the designer posted a zoomed-in image of the singer’s uncovered abdomen, criticizing her weight. Later, he apologized and mentioned he was “fallacious” and blissful to see “lastly one thing actual not retouched.”
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