Ugh, social media’s outrage machine is going off once again and this time, the target of its ire is Draya Michele.
Don’t get it twisted, homophobia ain’t cool, in the least, but we’re pretty sure it isn’t the ideology behind the former Basketball Wives star’s new clothing line.
Draya recently posted a picture of herself on Instagram wearing a hoodie with the abbreviation “F.A.G.S.” Affectionately, it stands for FineAssGirls and some of the letters are backwards making it hard to read.
Twitter definitely pointed out Draya’s um, mistake.
Uhhhh has anyone told Draya about her clothes’ initials??? pic.twitter.com/aSczqL1Znv— Official Wardell Stephen Curry Stan Acct 🇲🇽🇵🇷 (@__jay__g) December 9, 2017
It’s not supposed to be funny but.. pic.twitter.com/zrTv3Znkg8— bye. (@byegirll) December 9, 2017
It is curious as to why Draya or her team didn't think this over, but whatever. There are bigger issues out there to tackle.
What do you think about Draya Michele's new line? Let us know in the comment section below.
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