Candace Owens Will Do Anything For Attention, Report Shows
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Candace Owens Will Do Anything For Attention, Report Shows

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Candace Owens (Image: Twitter)

In a seven-part listicle, NewsOne broke down what may be understood as the con artistry of Candace Owens

In light of Chrissy Teigen’s past cyberbullying, including the supermodel telling a non-binary teenager to kill herself, “conservative” firebrand. Candace Owens thought it was safe to criticize Teigen while the negative publicity is still hot—big mistake.

In what could be her biggest setback response on social media, Owens thought she’d address her concern about Teigen’s toxicity, saying she would have been “happier” if Teigen apologized, NewsOne reported.

The only problem with Owens’s concern is that it is more likely fake, considering how she mocked those with suicidal thoughts and did far more deplorable and shady things than Teigen.

When Meghan Markle, who leans toward the left, was having suicidal thoughts, it was reported that Owens made fun of her. Owens also mocked the deaths of Kurt Cobain and Anthony Bourdain, further cementing that she does not care about Teigen’s remark but was looking for attention.

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NewsOne continued to unravel more of Owens’ dirty laundry, exposing her for being two-faced, misrepresentative, capitalizing on ideologies that turn a profit for herself not because she genuinely believes in it.

“There are true conservatives out there who have been involved in politics for years, but Owens does not appear to be one of them. She is clearly in this for fame, attention and is following the money,” the article stated.

In addition to capitalizing on pop trends, Owens has gone after pop singer Demi Lovato, who has a past of having suicidal thoughts, who recently announced they identify as non-binary, Newsweek reported.

“Announcing that your pronouns are they/them is just poor grammar. I don’t care your reasons—please stop trying to make low academic achievement a thing,” Owens tweeted.


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