Drag Race Star Tatianna Was Suspended From Twitter After Shading Right-Wing Commentator Tomi Lahren

Tatianna went off after Tomi made some considerable ‘choices’.

Drag Race Star Tatianna

Drag queen Tatianna was placed in ‘Twitter jail’ after she came for notoriously far-right commentator Tomi Lahren.

Tomi Lahren was tweeting a vague response to Taylor Swift’s recent show of support for the left and the LGBT+ community, when the RuPaul’s Drag Race Star chimed in with her two cents.

Tomi said:

“Let’s be clear, I’m not with Taylor and I’m not with Kanye. I’m not for celebrities that pop off of sh*t they don’t understand.”

Tati, however, was quick to point out that Tomi is a vocal supporter of Donald Trump, who would also fall under the category of “celebrities that pop off of sh*t they don’t understand”.

The drag queen tweeted:

“@TomiLahren But wait you dumb fucking bitch…wasn’t Donald a fucking reality star? Aren’t you out here to become a fucking celeb? Trash ass bitch.”

Tatianna soon found herself temporarily suspended from the social media platform. The Same Parts singer took to Instagram to share a screen grab from the site, informing her that she had violated Twitter rules against abusive behaviour.

Tatianna shared the screen grab and said:

“I didn’t threaten or harass…just responded to a dumb ass tweet from a trash ass bitch lol.”

When the 12-hour ban was lifted, Tati shared a gif echoing her joy:

Tomi Lahren has been called out in the past for her controversial far-right views. The Daily Beast has referred to the commentator as a “right-wing provocateur”. In July 2016, the climate-change denier compared Black Lives Matter to the Klu Klax Klan. Later that year she released a video of herself criticising Colin Kaepernick for taking the knee during the National Anthem. Tomi believes “left-wing feminists” are not “real women”, and when she accidentally revealed she was pro-choice, she was suspended with pay from her show TheBlaze. She refuses to identify as a feminist, but claims to support women’s empowerment.

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