YouTuber Attacks “Lesbians”, “SJWs” And “Blacks” In Controversial Rant
21 February 2017, 15:37 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:24
It all started after one selfie.
Hunter Avallone is one YouTuber who's more than happy to share his honest, unfiltered and somewhat controversial opinions with the world. Having recently featured him on the site for denying the "entire existence of transgender people", it looks like he's making headlines again after a Twitter outburst last night saw him throwing attacks at practically anyone who disagreed with him.
Things kicked off when Hunter shared the selfie below, accompanied with the caption "lesbians are questioning their sexuality now". Not long after this, his notifications were full of people pointing out how sexist and ignorant the caption was by assuming that he was so sexually appealing to women that they would soon be "questioning" their sexuality if they didn't identify as heterosexual. From there, he went on the offensive by criticising everyone who dared call him out.
He proudly claimed that "dykes don't get sarcasm" (and tried to prove it in a poll) in addition to fat-shaming certain Twitter users by saying that he would "delete [his] account when [they] delete 10 pounds". Strangely, in the midst of all this drama, he also tweeted out the link to his latest YouTube video, in which he tells "SJWs" to "stop hating white people" because "blacks aren't discriminated in this country anymore".
After other YouTubers such as Elijah Daniel calling him a "virgin homeschooler", Hunter finished all his attacks by saying rather proudly that "one sarcastic caption on a selfie triggered all of Twitter". In the tweet below, he even spotlights some of the individuals he considers to be victims to "mass triggering".
After being verified on Twitter on Valentine's Day, we must admit it's a shame to see YouTubers like this promoted on social media. Whilst freedom of speech certainly reigns online, we would recommend people who oppose Hunter's controversial opinions to not get involved with further disputes.
But what do you think about Hunter's Twitter attacks? Let us know in the comments blow.