Emily Ratajkowski: Melania Trump is NOT a Hooker!


Emily Ratajkowski is standing up for Melania Trump.

We know, we know: that’s not a sentence you expected to read today.

It’s not a sentence we expected to write, either.

But the model and actress wrote on Twitter last night that she was seated alongside an unnamed New York Times reporter at a New York Fashion Week on Monday when he said the following:

“Melania is a hooker.” 

Emily Ratajkowski Side Pose

And Ratajkowski, who supported Bernie Sanders in last year’s Presidential election, was not about to let this comment go unanswered.

“Whatever your politics, it’s crucial to call this out for what it is,” Ratajkowski wrote, adding:

“Slut shaming. I don’t care about her nudes or sexual history and no one should.”

Last July, The New York Post published old photos of Melania Trump nude, with other sources confirming that the First Lady posed for some very revealing shoots back in the day.

In 1995, Trump posed naked for a steamy girl-on-girl shoot for Max Magazine, a now-defunct French men’s monthly.

Five years later, she appeared topless in an especially seductive spread in British GQ.

But Ratajkowski is right, of course.

Appearing in those types of photos is very different than accepting money in exchange for sex.

Moreover, why the heck is some journalist slamming Melania Trump? Her only real sin in all of this national drama is having bad taste in men.

Ratajkowski concluded her tweets by referred to these kind of “gender specific attacks” as “disgusting” examples of “sexist bullshit.”

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The First Lady, meanwhile, jumped on Twitter in response to Ratajkowski’s defense ad showed her appreciation to the model.

“Applause to all women around the world who speak up, stand up and support other women!” Trump wrote to her 6.81 million followers on Monday evening, adding Ratajkowski’s handle and the following hashtags:

“#PowerOfEveryWoman #PowerOfTheFirstLady”

Melania Trump Aboard Air Force One

A rep for The New York Times released a statement on Monday in response to Ratajkowski’s Tweet.

“At a party last night, a Times reporter who does not cover Washington or politics referred to an unfounded rumor regarding Melania Trump,” the statement read.

“The comment was not intended to be public, but it was nonetheless completely inappropriate and should not have occurred. Editors have talked to the reporter in question about the lapse.”

Ratajkowski also re-Tweeted a lengthy message shared by a Teen Vogue writer named Brittney McNamara.

It defended Melania Trump against these kinds of sexist attacks and even went into depth on how sex workers in general should not be marginalized in this kind of manner.

Emily Ratajkowski retweet

Read the message shared by McNamara above and then sound off below:

Do you admire Ratajkowski for sticking up for Melania Trump?

Or do you think the First Lady deserves all this scorn and derision because she is married to Donald Trump?




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