Out Of Order? Little Mix Are Being Accused Of Bullying After Posting This ‘Spiteful’ Insta Video
"Call yourself role models and you like to empower women? Shocking behaviour! Hypocrites!"
Little Mix star, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, is being blasted on Instagram for posting a video which seems to mock an advert done by TOWIE star, Georgia Kousoulou.
In the original ad, Georgia promotes a website that sells goods and services for just five pounds, and in Leigh-Anne’s video which was shared on her band’s official Insta account, she acts out her own comedic version.
Georgia was upset by Leigh-Anne’s representation of her, and commented underneath the video saying, “I’m shocked and upset to see you have used your social media to make a video mocking the advert I did. I have always been a fan of Little Mix and part of that is because you always talk about ’empowering women’, not mocking them and bringing them down.
She added, “You are the last group of girls I would have ever imagined mocking a girl for trying to make a living.”
Fans of Georgia have been backing her up, commenting things like, “What a bitch!! She should apologise!” and “Call yourself role models and you like to empower women? Shocking behaviour! Hypocrites!”
While another wrote, “It’s vile that women who are supposed to be role models act this way – it’s nasty, spiteful and no way is this a joke… Just a sad bunch of women who don’t respect anyone but themselves #NoGirlPower”.
However, others are saying that Georgia needs to calm down. They’ve suggested that Leigh-Anne was only joking by making a parody of the ad and that it wasn’t meant to hurt anyone’s feelings. That being said, neither she nor the band have released a statement about the incident.
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