Her name is Terry Mango, and she’s not happy with social justice warriors using media platforms to attack her for allowing her son to model this green sweater.
A lot of social media responses blasted Terry for allowing her son to model a sweatshirt that said “coolest monkey in the jungle.” Terry and her son are from Sweden, so they aren’t part of America’s culture of sensitive feelings on damn near everything they don’t come up with.
Liberals can swear, curse, call each other the n-word with no problem but let someone else do it or make fun of the black community, and they have beef. Even sports players attacked the company H&M for also creating that type of photoshoot. Some U.S. models said they wouldn’t work for the company anymore while others told their followers to boycott the company.
All of these responses and triggering has angered Terry who went to her Facebook page to respond to criticism against her, her son and the model agency. She claims to have been present when the photo shoot started, and everything went well. Some alleged the quote was photoshopped onto the sweatshirt but that turned out to be false.
“[I] am the mum, and this is one of hundreds of outfits my son has modeled. Stop crying wolf all the time, [it’s] an unnecessary issue here. Get over it.. That’s my son, [I’ve] been to all photoshoots and this was not an exception. Everyone is entitled to their opinion about this… I really don’t understand but not [because I’m] choosing not to, but because it’s not my way of thinking. Sorry.”
There’s nothing to be sorry for. If you don’t believe the same way these culture warriors do here in the states, it’s not your issue; it’s theirs. Everyone doesn’t go around thinking “race this or race that.” Many people have tried to move on and get on with their lives. They are trying to make their children’s lives better and prosperous while many live in the past being angry and stagnant.
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