Without going back. maren morris didn’t hold back when he hit brittany village (née Kerr) – country singer’s wife jason villagen — for his comments about transgender children.
“I would really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girl life 🤎✌🏼,” the beauty blogger wrote via Instagram in August 2022, along with a makeup tutorial she shared with fans at the time.
The “Dirt Road Anthem” singer, who married Brittany in 2015, replied, “Lmao!! I’m glad they didn’t too, because you and I wouldn’t have worked out 😂.”
However, not everyone was so amused by Brittany’s comments, with many critics criticizing the comments as transphobic. “You would think that celebrities with beauty brands would see the positives of including LGBTQ+ people in their messaging.” papa casadee she wrote via Twitter a few days later, referencing both Brittany’s post and her line of hair extensions. “But instead, here we are, listening to someone compare her ‘tomboy phase’ to someone who wants to transition. Really nice.”
In response to the “Wasting All the Tears” singer’s post, Morris wrote that it was “so easy, like, not to be human scum,” before adding that Brittany should just “sell her clips and shut it down, Insurrection Barbie.” . ”, referring to the January 2021 riots on Capitol Hill after the presidential election.
The YouTube personality then addressed her controversial comments via her Instagram story, arguing that parents should not allow their transgender children to transition until they are legal adults. “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,” she wrote at the time, later adding: “Love is protecting your child until he is mature enough as an adult to make his own life decisions.”
Morris, for her part, explained the next day that she was furious about Brittany’s post and felt the need to say something to remind young LGBTQ+ people that they have support. “You guys have been so sweet and supportive of Cassadee and I today,” the “Circles Around This Town” singer said in a video shared on her own Instagram Story. “I will say we can handle this sh*t. We’ve been dealing with idiots, you know, for years saying incredibly stupid things. [to] U.S. … I am so sick of looking at absolute horses on the internet and people getting away with it, let alone being celebrated for it.”
She continued: “But I would say check out your trans friends. Control your gay friends. Anyone who’s into country music and had to look at those bulls today and feel subhuman. Control your friends.
The Grammy winner also shared links to LGBTQ+ support resources from The Trevor Project on her Instagram story, as well as an article from american scientist magazine containingcurrent medical information and statistics on gender-affirming care in case you were interested :).”
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