On Wednesday, December 2, the “I Acquired So Excessive That I Noticed Jesus” singer, 20, took to Instagram to point out assist for the Grammy nominee, 26, who made historical past in November by turning into the first-ever man to appear solo on the cover of Vogue. He wore a Gucci ball robe for the picture shoot, and Owens, 31, later made headlines for publicly questioning his masculinity.
Cyrus shared one of many photos from the shoot on her Instagram Tales alongside the controversial caption, “He wears this costume higher than any of u nappy ass heauxz.”
After receiving backlash from her followers, the Nashville native issued an apology for utilizing the racially insensitive time period.
“I’m mortified that i used a time period with out realizing the context and historical past, however i do know now and i’m horrified and really sorry,” she wrote on her Instagram Tales on Thursday, December 3. “I’ll by no means use it once more. thanks for educating me. i by no means meant to offend anybody. i’m so so sorry.”
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Someday after Vogue unveiled Kinds’ December 2020 cowl on November 13, Owens tweeted, “Convey again manly males,” claiming that society can not “survive with out” them.
“The East is aware of this. Within the west, the regular feminization of our males on the identical time that Marxism is being taught to our youngsters is just not a coincidence,” she added. “It’s an outright assault.”
The previous One Course member responded to the political commentator by way of Instagram on Wednesday, sharing a photograph of himself in a frilly swimsuit with the caption, “Convey again manly males.” He additionally addressed the controversy in an interview with Selection, saying, “To not put on [something] as a result of it’s females’ clothes, you shut out a complete world of nice garments. And I feel what’s thrilling about proper now’s you may put on what you want. It doesn’t need to be X or Y. These traces have gotten an increasing number of blurred.”
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