Wasn’t she the one who got released immediately after the ad went up for anti-Israel, pro-Palestine, anti-Semitic post on social media?
@UncommonSense, yeah, someone dug up some of her old tweets where she is pretty much saying Israeli's are scum
@Boomhauer, From the tweets I saw, it was more about calling Israel an illegal state - she seemed to have taken the issue of Settlements around Eastern Jerusalem being regarded regarded as illegal under international law (which Israel contests) and tried to apply it to all of Israel.
@Nellybert , She also said they were a terrorist state so yea...not very nice.
@TheRatMan, Didn’t see that one. You can understand the Palestinian opinion of Israel as a nation (we did kinda take a big piece of their country and go “so, yeah, that’s theirs now”) but hating on anyone just because of their religion is dumb and if you’re trying to do any job which puts you in the public eye you really should think before you tweet.
These liberals never fail to amuse me
@UncommonSense, she decided to quit if i remember correctly.
@UncommonSense, there’s nothing anti Semitic about calling Israel a war criminal and calling them out as terrorists.
Sooo how can i tell if this shampoo works if i cant see your hair tho?
*puts wig over heyjob*
I hope this is a joke
@eleven, Sadly it’s no joke. Granted she quickly faced backlash after people found out about her political tweets which were heavily anti-Israel, saying the Jews run a false terrorist state against Palestine.
We've finally got to the point that being sensitive to absolutely everything outweighs even making sense
Watch out boys, hijabs take Traps to a whole new level.
All jokes aside she has lovely hair
I mean she could be modeling Hijabs? Edit: never mind, I didn't see the hair part.