Farrah Abraham's latest Instagram update doesn't appear to be going down too well. Her ultra-tiny neon bikini put on a full cleavage and side boob display, but fans don't appear to be digging the shoot. The comment received over likes within three hours of being posted. It also launched over a dozen replies. The comments slamming Abraham now appear to be outweighing those sending out praise.
Farrah Abraham's Side Boob Bikini Snap Slammed, 'I Thought This Was A Drag Queen'
Farrah Abraham's Side Boob Bikini Snap Slammed, 'I Thought This Was A Drag Queen' - The Inquisitr
It's a quote that many of RuPaul's devout fans live by, and it feels inherently inclusive. The implication is that drag is paint for a blank canvas; anyone can do it, so long as they have the drive—or, in RuPaul's words, the "charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent. But something RuPaul recently said seemed to contradict this mantra. In a new interview with The Guardian , RuPaul essentially implied drag queens who identify as trans and are transitioning wouldn't be allowed to compete on Drag Race. When asked how a transgender person could be a drag queen, RuPaul harped on physical body parts. These quotes feel reductive, to say the least.
Fans and Drag Queens Weigh in on RuPaul's Controversial Comments About Trans Contestants
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