#MadisonBeerIsOverParty trends but fans back singer in ‘Lolita’ pedophilia debate: 'Don't be sorry'

A fan asked her if she romanticized the relationship in the book and she said yes


                            #MadisonBeerIsOverParty trends but fans back singer in ‘Lolita’ pedophilia debate: 'Don't be sorry'
Madison Beer (Getty Images)

Madison Beer is the latest celebrity who seems to have fallen into the cancel culture trap on Twitter. It started when the 'Good in Goodbye' singer opened up about her opinions about the book ‘Lolita’. Apparently, a fan asked her if she romanticized the relationship in the book and she said yes. Slamming her on the microblogging platform, one fan said, "Wow, Madison Beer really said she romanticized a book about pedophilia and y’all aren’t even gonna say anything. #madisonbeerisoverparty #madisonbeer."

Clarifying her stance in a set of now-deleted tweets, she said to a fan, "I also have said I romanticize Hannibal Lector, who plays a killer in a film. He's a character in a film and that's not real. I don't romanticize KILLERS in real life. It's a fake made up thing." In another tweet, she said, "I said I romanticize it because to me it's about a taboo relationship, not about the age. That's just how it reads to me. The movie has a much different take and I just liked the storyline. I'd never condone peadophilia y'all... it's a fake story and a made up book."

However, some weren't ready to listen to her defensive statements and in no time, #MadisonBeerIsOverParty started trending on Twitter. When people weren't ready to listen to her, she posted an apology. "100% which is why I’m sincerely sorry that I misspoke. I didn’t see it like that, and now I do. I clearly didn’t read into the book or see it the same way and I apologize. I do not romanticize inappropriate relationships, it was just a book to me. I am sorry," she tweeted, responding to a fan who said, "This is such a sensitive topic, and like you said I’m sure we all have different interpretations of this book. it can just be triggering for some people bc of past experiences yk?"

Madison Beer (Getty Images)

However, many fans supported her freedom to express her opinions and said: "Don't be sorry!" "Don’t be sorry u didn’t misspeak u literally just said u liked a book and ppl are starting drama cause they have nothing else to do. period," one fan said, and another wrote, "That's literally the only tweet we needed. we are your fans and we have your back always, but that means we have to call you out when you mess up too. thank you for apologizing."

Beer again tweeted, "I love u guys & I’m sorry. i misspoke and would never condone inappropriate relationships of any kind. I’m sincerely sorry for it seeming like I do. Let me make it clear - I do not. Have a good night." When one fan said, "Just be careful w what u say uk, u gotta think even longer before u speak bc of the platform u have," she replied, "Yes and I need to b mindful of other people’s experiences and I apologize sincerely. I’d never want to hurt anyone."

Many other fans found it extremely nonsensical. "Ugh this is so stupid man I love chucky and other slashers from movies, I enjoy when they kill and stuff because that’s what they r MOVIES, just like the BOOKS, we enjoy we like that kind of weird stuff so what? We don’t defend killers in real life is that so hard to understand??" one tweet read. Another fan countered, "Enjoying movies and books about dark things isn’t the problem tho..she said she romanticized a relationship of a 12 year old and a 40 year old man to her audience of mostly young teenage girls who look up to her and take her opinions seriously."

Madison Beer (Getty Images)

Nevertheless, social media users couldn't stop calling her names. "Y’all should’ve cancelled this b***h when Madison tried to ruin her ex’s career.Stop letting people that r attractive get away with shit. She is a shitty person always has & always will be. ANYWAYS STAN A REAL QUEEN, KIM TAEYEON #madisonbeerisoverparty," one said and another posted, "Madison is a liar that says the r slur, the n word, uses the blm movement as a photoshoot, and romanticizes a book about p*dophilia... but u don't want to talk about it bc she's pretty? yall took the term simp to the next level #madisonbeerisoverparty."

This is not the first time Beer has been targeted on social media. Earlier, she was slammed for photoshop rumors, when she said, "Who the f*** made me the beauty standard. I don't understand. I don't have to be the beauty standard. I'm not perfect," and also came clean about the nudes she sent to her boyfriend when she was 14. 

Stressing on how she has been canceled multiple times, many bashed her. "She romanticized r*pe, has said the n-word multiple times, and has used the r slur on many occasions, and people are still gonna come up with excuses because she’s “pretty” #madisonbeerisoverparty," one Twitter user accused and another said, "#madisonbeerisoverparty hasn’t she been canceled multiple times can we wrap this s**t up for good yet GET HA OFF THE TL !!"

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