VIDEO: Rap Artist ‘The Game’ Launches Horrific Attack On Tomi Lahren. Tomi Strikes Back.

Just a head’s up. The following article contains very graphic, offensive language.

Rap artists already don’t have a stellar reputation for being the nicest individuals on the block when it comes to how they treat the ladies, but the attack that rapper “The Game” — Jayceon Terrell Taylor — launched against conservative pundit Tomi Lahren is taking things to an extreme.

However, Lahren isn’t the kind of gal who pulls on her pigtails and cries herself to sleep. She’s plenty able to defend herself and punch back twice as hard, which is precisely what she did.

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Taylor posted a photograph of Lahren when she was 16-years-old next to a recent headshot, accusing her of having nine plastic surgeries and sleeping around with various men in power to further her own career.

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“[L]isten here semen c****er, as long as you have that forehead & that baby giraffe wee wee of a nose, you’ll never win !!! You’re a racist s*** who s***ed & s******** her way into her job & position only to misuse your platform & degrade the very culture you you praised so much before your mediocre rise to media fame,” Taylor wrote.

The rapper continued, accusing Lahren of being a “racist,” calling her a “b****” and telling her to “shut the f*** up.”

“[Y]ou can never UN-S****** all the d***s you s***ed on the way up,” he wrote. “Oh’ & keep your mouth closed, I can smell the unborn babies from here,” he added.

Lahren later posted a video on Fox News’ Fox Nation and an Instagram post with a response:

“This is for you,” she started an Instagram post, using the same side-by-side photo of her that Taylor used. “On the left is an unflattering high school photo of me. On the right is me now. Same big forehead, same ears that kinda stick out, same eyebrows, same Tomi. The difference? Tomi today has the guts and the confidence to post that high school photo you mocked.”

The commentator continued, “Because guess what, I don’t do what I do for your approval or praise. I do it for the millions of young girls (on both sides of the political spectrum) who deserve to see a woman like me stand up for herself and not take s*** from jerks like you.”

Lahren went on to say that women their beauty is not defined by physical appearance, but by their confidence.

She finished strong with the following statement:

“So yeah Game, you can make fun of me and demean me but end of the day, you’re just a classless rapper who degrades women for attention. I win. Game over. #TeamTomi#stillconfident #neverplaydead”

 

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Hey @losangelesconfidential here you go. This is for you. On the left is an unflattering high school photo of me. On the right is me now. Same big forehead, same ears that kinda stick out, same eyebrows, same Tomi. The difference? Tomi today has the guts and the confidence to post that high school photo you mocked. Because guess what, I don’t do what I do for your approval or praise. I do it for the millions of young girls (on both sides of the political spectrum) who deserve to see a woman like me stand up for herself and not take shit from jerks like you. And ladies, I hope you see this and know that beauty isn’t about your hair, makeup, eyebrows, weight, or any of it. Beauty radiates when you have the confidence to stand up for and love yourself regardless of who tries to pull you down. So yeah Game, you can make fun of me and demean me but end of the day, you’re just a classless rapper who degrades women for attention. I win. Game over. #TeamTomi #stillconfident #neverplaydead

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What’s really ironic is how few women on the left have come to Tomi’s defense. Many of these same individuals are part of the #MeToo movement who would consider what this “rapper” said to be highly offensive and possibly even sexual harassment.

They claim to be feminists, but when a conservative gal is getting bashed, well, that’s okay. The only women worth defending are the members of your own political tribe it seems.

Good on Tomi for sticking up for herself. No one should have those kinds of things spoken about them, just because they have different politics than another human being.

Source: Daily Wire

Michael Stanley is a professional writer with 10 years of experience who has previously written for Young Conservatives, Allen West, and many others.
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