It all started when Sydney posted a series of images and videos to mark the “surprise festival” launched for her mother’s birthday. In the background of one video, several people could be seen wearing MAGA-style hats.
In the original set of photos, a man wearing a Blue Lives Matter t-shirt could clearly be seen standing behind Sydney, though it appears that Sydney deleted the photo from the Instagram carousel.
As the backlash intensified and Sydney’s name began to trend on Twitter, she wrote: “An innocent celebration for my mother’s 60th birthday turned into an absurd political statement, which was not the intention. Please stop making assumptions.”
Well, when GQ asked Sydney about the controversy in their recent cover story, she replied, “Honestly, I feel like nothing I say can help the conversation.”
“It’s been turning into a wildfire and nothing I can say will get it back on the right track,” he continued.
Speaking about the general public scrutiny, Sydney said: “I’ll see people say, ‘She needs to get media training. Why, do you want to see a robot?’”
“I don’t think there is any winner,” he added, before confirming that he “sadly” reads the comments.
You can read the full profile here.
|Hire Us For website setup, design, tech support or any type of online work.||Send Email|
|Follow Us On Google News||Google News|
|Follow Us On Facebook|
|Follow Us On Pinterest|
|Follow Us On Tumblr||Tumblr|
|Follow Us On Telegram||Telegram|
|Follow Us On Linkedin|
|Download Free Games||Download Free Games|