October 2, 2022
Tiktoker is justified after saying Anitta's skin tone doesn't match the dress she's wearing at the VMAs: 'I have nothing against it'

Tiktoker is justified after saying Anitta’s skin tone doesn’t match the dress she’s wearing at the VMAs: ‘I have nothing against it’

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Wang received a lot of criticism, including netizens who suggested that the influencer was racist and xenophobic.

Tiktoker is justified after saying that Anitta's skin tone doesn't match her VMAs dress.  Photo: tiktoker/Instagram official profile clone.
Tiktoker is justified after saying that Anitta’s skin tone doesn’t match her VMAs dress. Photo: tiktoker/Instagram official profile clone.

tiktoker Taylor Wang caused a stir on the web after giving his opinion on Dress worn by Anita For the VMAs, the World of Music Awards focused on music videos, the 2022 edition of which was held last Sunday (29), in New Jersey, in the United States. Commenting on the pop star’s outfit, he said that the color of the dress did not match the singer’s skin tone.

After a backlash, a file A digital influencer who had to explain his analysis. The fashion devotee initially assessed that Anita’s skin tone did not match the dress she was wearing, a production by Elsa Schiaparelli brand, noting that the piece looked sloppy, and perhaps the star did. I didn’t have the money to buy a better brand dress.

“I hate the look. This dress is by Schiaparelli. But I think the fabric and color don’t match her skin tone. The dress looks dirty. It’s all off topic.” Her hair and makeup are awful. She probably bought this dress with her own money and was on a low budget to buy better things from Schiaparelli.”tiktoker launched in his first comment.

It didn’t take long and Wang received a lot of criticism, including netizens who suggested Tiktoker was racist and xenophobic. So, in the same note, the influencer decided to justify himself and explain his remarks: “I don’t have anything against her skin tone, but it’s all against the dress… I don’t wear yellow. I look horrible with yellow because it doesn’t match my skin tone. And I said the dress looks dirty because the shade of velvet red looks dirty so easily.”Said the influencer who has more than 800,000 followers on the social network. He added: “It has nothing to do with the color of her skin. I’m sorry some people misunderstood me. People call me racist and xenophobic. I don’t know where this comes from”.