I don't know what the hell is going on with John Legend and Christine Teigen, but them and Donald Trump are tweeting at each other over some nonsense that I do not care about. Then I saw Christine was trending on Twitter under something like "foulmouthedhousewife" and I had to look into it, mostly because I like swear words.
Low and behold, she called Trump a "pussy ass bitch" and I was actually laughing pretty hard at this. Then I looked around Twitter and saw a TON of right wing MEN whining about Christine using bad language, as if everyone has to be so fucking proper all the time.
I don't care what her and the president are fighting about. I don't care who uses foul language. None of that matters. However, if you're a grown up and your only argument against some random ass celebrity is to criticize her language, well then you need to come up with a stronger argument then that. Otherwise, take the L.
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Using profane language doesn't matter. Most of us watch movies or listen to music with it, so unless you're turning off all media, then shut the fuck up.
I don't really care for Christine, but when she said this about Trump and grown ass men were crying about it, I was thinking wow, you're all a bunch of pussy ass bitches.
So what exactly happened? It looks like Trump tagged people in a message about Christine, but didn't tag her, so she wrote "lol what a pussy ass bitch. tagged everyone but me. an honor, mister president."
So.... ok. Who cares?
Well, apparently a lot of people who don't ever say "what the fuck" care. Losers.
The funniest part of Christine's message was the replies that people came up with. One person said "Pussy Ass Bitch of the United States" and had a funny pic of Trump, but she deleted it. PABOTUS.
I don't care who you vote for in politics, but let's not call each other out for saying a few cuss words.
That's not what we should be focused on.
Let's take a moment to laugh, say whatever we want, and then focus on the real issues at hand - not the celebrity drama or bad words.