AnnaLynne McCord mocked for her poem on Russia-Ukraine war: ‘Worse than petition’

The ‘90210’ actress was criticized for her original spoken word poem where she addressed Putin blaming the Russia-Ukraine conflict on his mother


                            AnnaLynne McCord mocked for her poem on Russia-Ukraine war: ‘Worse than petition’
AnnaLynne McCord and Vladimir Putin (Photos by [email protected]/Omer Messinger/Getty Images)
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Actress AnnaLynne McCord penned powerful spoken poetry while appealing to Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the “special military operation” on Ukraine. The two minutes 20 seconds poem was posted by the actress on her Twitter account but she soon got mocked for her stunt as many dubbed it as worse than Gal Gadot’s ‘Imagine’ video that sparked a backlash in 2020.
 
The ‘90210’ actress was widely criticized for her original spoken word poem where she addressed Vladimir Putin blaming the Russia-Ukraine conflict on his mother. In the poem shared on social media, McCord appears to suggest that she could have influenced Putin positively if she had been his mother. “I’m so sorry that I was not your mother. If I was your mother you would have been so loved. Held in the arms of joyous light. Never would this story’s plight, the world unfurled before our eyes. A pure demise. Of nation sitting peaceful under a night sky”, recites the 34-year-old actress.
 
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 AnnaLynne McCord mocked for sharing self-written poem

AnnaLynne McCord was severely mocked on Twitter after she decided to speak her mind with her latest poem. The spoken word was shared after Putin decided to attack Ukraine on February 24, 2022. In the poem, she says, “If I was your mother, the world would have been warm. So much laughter and joy, nothing would harm. I can’t imagine the stain. The soul-stealing pain that the little boy, you must have seen and believed and the formulation of thought quickly taught that you lived in a cruel, unjust world.”
 
She continued, “Is this why you now decide no one will get the best of you? Is this why you do not hide nor shy away from taking back the world? Was it because so early in life all that strife wracked your little body with fear?”  She adds, “Oh, dear Mr. President Putin, if only I’d been your mother, perhaps the torture of unwrit youth would not within your heart imbue ascription to such fealty against that world that seemed so cruel.” Despite the major backlash, the video of AnnaLynne McCord reciting her poem is very much active on social media.

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‘This is worse than making a petition’

While slamming the actress on her spoken word poetry, one user stated, “Just sing "imagine" next time. It's easier than whatever this is.” Another chimed in, “Sad day for me, too. I will never make anything this funny.” Whereas, one posted, “I just laughed so hard I pulled a muscle in my back. Someone call my husband and tell him to get his a** upstairs to pull me into the next room.” One posted, “So when are they going to Russia to meet with Putin. Maybe if they take AnnaLynne McCord with them to give him a hug this can all be over by Sunday” as another mentioned, “This is worse than making a petition.”
 
The next one shared, “What in the turducken of performance art is annalynne mccord making a spoken word to vladimir putin? i’m so scared rn.” One individual tweeted, “Was going to do a dance to stop Putin but I think this 90210 actress nailed it.” Meanwhile, one user added, “They should seriously play this on a loop on loudspeakers all over the Ukraine. The Russians would run back home and most likely Putin would kill himself.” One stated, “I would pay a lot of money to un-see this.” And, another said, “Annalynne McCord stepping on gal gadot’s neck rn.” One said, “That AnnaLynne McCord video better not give Gal Gadot any ideas.” And, the next one concluded, “I never thought anything would top Gal Gadot's "Imagine" video but AnnaLynne McCord's weird slam poetry abt lovingly daubing Butt Paste on Putin's baby bottom or whatever the actual fk she was on about has truly taken the cake. Hats off, AnnaLynne!”

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Vladimir Putin, President of Russia arrives during the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics at the Beijing National Stadium on February 04, 2022 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

 


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