The blonde Barbie dream house of Fox News' millennial chapter had an opinion on Twitter about Gillette's new commercial on toxic masculinity. While Lahren is famous for her controversial opinions, this seems like a bizarre hill to die on. Even if there was a universe where Gillette was going too far to prove that treating women like garbage isn't a good look, the worst case scenario is that men would be scared of treating women like garbage. Tomi, why are you so angry about this? Who hurt you?
It's unclear what Fox News would be discussing if Gillette didn't run this ad as their coverage in the last week has been 90% complaining about a razor commercial and 0% worrying about Trump's temper tantrum shutdown. In case you have yet to see Gillette's bold attack on cat-calling, bullying, and sexual harassment, here it is:
Tomi Lahren posted a series of jaw-dropping throwback shots Thursday, one showing her rocking a sleeveless blue mini dress during her time with The Blaze. The 26-year-old Fox Nation host looked gorgeous as ever as she posed wearing the fun royal blue number that had a cut-out in the chest and hit above her knees. She completed the great look with loose hair and brown lace-up high heels.
She captioned the post with a message about looking back at her time with the outlet, “As I put the finishing touches on my book (on sale in July) I figured it was only appropriate to throwback to my time at TheBlaze. It started rough and ended even tougher but I wouldn’t be the woman I am today without that experience. I love you for what you put me through. #TeamTomi #NeverPlayDead #throwbackthursday.”
In this day and age, you've got to be quick on your feet. From Tekashi 6ix9ine to 50 Cent, there are many trolls currently residing inside the hip-hop hemisphere and social posts are bound to get deleted quickly. When it comes to The Game's attacks on news personality Tomi Lahren, his messages actually stayed up for a decent amount of time. However, the rapper is now claiming that Tomi Lahren had two of his posts removed from Instagram after he shared a photo of her "B4 plastic surgery."
Yesterday, we reported on the scathing shots that Game sent at Lahren, referring to her as a "sick tangerine." He wasn't finished there though because he decided to end the day with a few extra blows. The West Coast presence posted a photo of an unrecognizable, younger version of Tomi Lahren to prove that she has had lots of cosmetic work done on her face. "Got room for another face up there I see," commented Game on the size of her forehead. He also called on Dog the Bounty Hunter to find her seemingly non-existent eyebrows.
Obviously, Game took serious offence to the reporter commenting on 21 Savage's legal woes. He's not the only rapper to lash out with Nicki Minaj and Cardi B also tweeting her about the matter. Take a look at the photo below.
Tomi Lahren said Wednesday on Fox News that schools are pushing progressive values earlier than ever ― and that’s why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other Democrats want the voting age reduced.
Noting a poll in which the majority of respondents rejected Pelosi’s endorsement of lowering the minimum voting age to 16, “Fox & Friends” guest co-host Jedediah Bila asked Lahren if Democrats were backing unpopular issues. The host from the Fox Nation streaming service answered in the affirmative and used the occasion for her eyebrow-raising take on education.
This week, The Game renewed his beef with news reporter Tomi Lahren. The right-wing woman has regularly taken aim at hip-hop artists and their political beliefs, firmly believing in conservative values and voicing her strong opinion on television. When Lahren finally decided to respond to Game's disses from a few months ago, the rapper spit back with some heat, writing a novel on social media for us all to read with a smile on our faces.
"Listen here semen chugger, as long as you have that forehead & that baby giraffe wee wee of a nose, you’ll never win," said the artist. Obviously, Tomi wasn't too pleased with the insults, calling on feminist women and men to back her up. After the post was removed from social media, Game made sure the Instagram police heard him loud and clear, calling out the powers that be in a story upload.