Sydney Sweeney on political backlash: 'Stop making assumptions'

Sydney Sweeney on political backlash: ‘Stop making assumptions’

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Feeling the heat. Sydney Sweeney she didn’t expect a political backlash when she posted about planning a surprise party for her mom Lisa Mudd Sweeney60th birthday of.

“Guys, this is wild. An innocent celebration for my mother’s 60th birthday has become an absurd political statement, which was not the intention,” he said. Euphoria star, 24, wrote via Twitter on Saturday, August 27. “Please, she stop making assumptions. Much love to all ♥️ and Happy Birthday Mom!”

Sydney shared photos from the celebration on Saturday. “No better way to celebrate my mom than a surprise hoedown,” he captioned the post on his instagram gridwhich included a snapshot of her with her mother, grandmother and a man wearing a T-shirt with a Blue Lives Matter flag.

More photos were shared on her Instagram story, where the White Lotus star revealed line dancing, embroidered denim jackets and a rodeo-themed cake, but did not include partygoers wearing red MAGA-inspired hats. The caps weren’t actually supporting Donald Trump, but instead said “Make Sixty Great Again” in reference to Lisa’s birthday. Fans found the photos on her brother Trent Sweeney’s Instagram and speculated that Sydney intentionally avoided the photos with the parody hats.


“We are really going to see the fall of Sydney Sweeney. I know his team is freaking out,” another person tweeted.

Some fans noted that Sydney’s family’s political beliefs do not indicate anything about their own views. “Has it ever crossed anyone’s mind that Sydney Sweeney might totally disagree with her parents’ politics, as does a huge proportion of Millennials/Gen Z?” another added. “She is no more responsible for her family’s ideas than you are. Leave her alone.”

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previous handmaid’s tale The star has been open about her family’s sacrifices for her career. Sydney shared a video of herself crying over her Emmy nomination while on the phone with her mother in July.

“I would not have been able to pursue my dreams without your support in that decision,” he told the Los Angeles Times earlier this month while talking about the clip. “I was 12, 13 years old and my mom and dad gave up everything they knew so I could pursue my dreams. We lost friends, we lost our home, we lost everything looking for him.”

She continued: “I had no connections. I don’t come from money. And when you’re 16 and you don’t really like yourself, and you’re trying to figure out what the hell is going on with your body and your makeup and your hormones, and people tell you that you’re no good. enough, that weight is so heavy. But I had parents who, no matter what, believed in me.”

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