Standing firm. maren morris She’s no stranger to receiving criticism online about her looks, her parenting skills, or even her career, but she doesn’t let it get her down.
“If it’s confusing to you, it’s because you think we’re ‘fighting’ politics. They were not. This is not political”, the singer of “Middle” tweeted in August 2022, shortly after calling brittany villageThe alleged transphobia. “We’re calling someone out for being transphobic and thinking it’s funny. it is not.
Morris made headlines several hours earlier after criticizing jason villagen‘s wife about her controversial post comparing growing up from a “tomboy” phase to gender transitions.
“I would really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girls life🤎✌🏼,” the blogger, who married the Georgia native in 2015, captioned an Instagram beauty tutorial.
After both Morris and papa casadee criticized Brittany’s comments, the boutique owner doubled down on her position.
“Advocating the genital mutilation of children under the guise of love and calling it ‘gender affirming care’ is one of the worst evils,” the YouTube personality claimed in an Instagram Story statement at the time, tagging the account. Pope. “I will always support my children and do what I can to protect their innocence. The other day, [my son] Memphis wanted to be a dinosaur and tomorrow [my daughter] Navy will want to be a cat, they are children.
He continued: “Some parents want to be accepted by society so much that they are willing to make life-changing decisions for their children who are not old enough to fully understand the consequences of those actions. Love is protecting your child until he is mature enough as an adult to make his own life decisions.”
Brittany later shaded Morris’s involvement, dubbing her “Karen Morris”. The “Bones” singer didn’t take that shade lying down.
“You know, I’m glad he didn’t turn into a kid because we really don’t need another[ss]– hole in the world,” Morris wrote via an Instagram comment after Pope proclaimed that they had gotten under Brittany’s skin. “It sucks when Karen try to hide her homophobia/transphobia behind their ‘child protection.’ Weren’t they putting their kids in’[President Joe] Biden-is-a-fart’ t-shirts on social media? Sounds like a really safe way to protect them from millions of eyes! …Fk all the way to Insurrection Barbie and the fellow IBs trolling this comment section with their hypocritical, hateful asses.”
Ryan Hurd — who married Morris in 2018 — stood by his wife, saying on Twitter that he’s “very proud” of her advocacy efforts.
“Many people tell me that our career is over, as if the last time he talked about something is gone. Honestly, we’re pretty good here,” he tweeted her at the time. “Touring is good, we have a 2-year-old that we love, we’re fucking good and I promise you she’s not going to shut up now.”
Morris’s social media feud with Brittany isn’t the first time he has spoken out amid social media criticism.
“She doesn’t need anyone to come in and help her, but I felt like sometimes mom needs to know I’m watching her,” the “To a T” singer exclusively said. us weekly in August 2020 from his wife, noting that she can handle herself. “She took [her first mom-shaming incident after son Hayes’ birth] really difficult because that was a very strange situation and it was hugely out of proportion. When people see someone being attacked, they huddle together because they think it’s safe. It’s just weird.
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