Actress Zoe Salanda On The Red Carpet At The GLAAD Media Awards: Boycotting Dolce & Gabbana Is The “Stupidest Thing” – Video



Actress Zoe Saldana who was in attendance at last weeks ever irrelevant GLAAD Media Awards had a few choice words to say about the Dolce & Gabbana  “synthetic children” and gay adoption remarks.  But they were all supporting D&G and her remarking that her boycotting Dolce and Gabbana over the remarks   “would be the stupidest thing.”

Said Saldana:

“No! Not at all, that would be the stupidest thing if it affected my fashion choice…People are allowed to their own opinion, however, I wouldn’t have chosen to be so public about something that’s such a personal thing. I’m certainly not going to stop wearing Dolce, and I’m certainly not going to be refuting when they are adopting synthetic children, however they wanted to say it. I do think things are lost in translation…

“My husband (Marco Perego) is from Italy and if I judged him based on the words that he misuses in our English language he wouldn’t be here today. It’s like ‘Look people, have a drink, relax, it’s okay.’ Obviously it caused some sensitivity, but then again if you continue to follow the news, you see they all kinda hugged it out, so why are we making a big deal about it?”

Oh God forbid that anything comes between her and fashion. Would Salanda still be defending them and wearing their brand if their ‘personal opinion’ was the traditional view that called mixed race children abominations?  And to say this on the red carpet at the GLAAD Awards? A organization that is supposed to defend the LGBT community from defamation.  The woman’s either a total fucking idiot or a world class bitch.

I’d boycott her.  if she ever did anything worth boycotting.

Ally my ass.

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