'At least they're not single': Steven Crowder shredded for making fun of gay couple in podcast
TENNESSEE, NASHVILLE: Steven Crowder faced some serious wrath online after he appeared to mock a couple in the wake of his own divorce from his wife Hilary. The 35-year-old political commentator took to Twitter on Tuesday, April 25 to post a brief clip from the most recent episode of his podcast, ‘Louder with Crowder'.
In the video, Crowder could be seen laughing at a gay couple’s TikTok, where two individuals were seen sharing kisses after one of them gave their partner a hormone shot. "Well, I was supposed to say yeah, isn’t that beautiful. But what’s beautiful about injecting your spouse with a hormone that’s foreign to their body," Crowder said at the end of the Tiktok, adding, "Whatever is being injected if there is a man and it is estrogen, cancer - it is bad, and if it is testosterone, who knows, possibly cancer. Definitely some right rage." The video soon garnered immense social media attention, with many users slamming the newly-single YouTuber.
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This is the straightest thing I’ve seen all day. pic.twitter.com/IoZSBI1XhW— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) April 25, 2023
‘This is why you’re getting divorced’
"At least they're not single," one user wrote, while another said, "They aren’t getting divorced, at least, you can’t say the same." "At least they are together, tho...... right @scrowder?’ a third user quipped while sharing a meme template that read, "My wife is leaving me, change her mind. I am begging you." Another user chimed in, "So you search people to hate on, you push this facade that your life is so great, yet even after the news of your divorce you go back into full attack mode, I think you are not as happy as you seem to give off, maybe focus on your own relationship which obviously didn't last instead of attacking couples going strong."
At least they're not single...— 🇮🇹🇺🇸 Anis Jerbi 🇺🇦🇹🇳 (@ArtistAJ17) April 26, 2023
So you search people to hate on, you push this facade that your life is so great , yet even after the news of your divorce you go back into full attack mode, me thinks you are not as happy as you seem to give off, maybe focus on your own relationship which obviously didn't last…— Rickey Williams- Empathy,Sympathy,Understanding (@MavethTheReaper) April 26, 2023
They aren’t getting divorced, at least, you can’t say the same 🥺— Miguel Migs (@MlGUELMIGS) April 25, 2023
At least they are together, tho...... right @scrowder ? pic.twitter.com/kJuFA6jXHA— iFiberOpticTV 🇺🇲 (@iFiberOpticTV) April 26, 2023
Why did Steven Crowder and Hilary get divorced?
The backlash against Crowder came after he announced his divorce from Hilary during an episode of his popular podcast on Tuesday, April 25. He explained that Hilary filed for divorce sometime in 2021 after nearly a decade of marriage. "I have been living with a proverbial boot on my neck going on years now," Crowder said, adding, "Since 2021, I've been living through what has increasingly been a horrendous divorce." Crowder also clarified that his marriage ended because the two of them naturally grew apart, and not because of adultery or abuse, according to Daily Mail.
Steven Crowder drops the news on @rumblevideo that he is going through a divorce, basically accuses Candace Owens of extortion & hints he might take legal action if needed for anyone discussing his divorce in a way he deems too far. pic.twitter.com/s5EXPUC3Pk— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) April 25, 2023
"And no, this was not my choice. My then-wife decided that she didn't want to be married anymore and in the state of Texas, that is completely permitted," said Crowder, who is also a former contributor at Fox News. As MEAWW reported earlier, the pair's feud reportedly began in January after Crowder declined a $50 million deal to join Candace Owens at the Daily Wire as he believed that the media company is guilty of "big tech-like censorship." Crowder called it the most heartbreaking experience of his life and considers the divorce his "deepest personal failure."
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