Kevin Samuels Calls Out Lizzo Over BBW Meme He Thought Was Nike Ad

YouTuber and relationship expert Kevin Samuels, is known for bashing Black women, and praising himself and other “high value men” while also peddling misogyny, and it has created a successful platform.

The controversial YouTuber often targets famous women as he criticizes their physical attributes, including but not limited to rating them on a scale of one to 10.

He is also known for offering relationship advice, mostly to Black women. And his “advice” typically consists of insulting the women, and telling them that their standards are “too high.”

Today, Kevin shared a black and white image of a “BBW” Nike ad and called out Lizzo for participating in the campaign—except, it was not a real ad from the brand and the model wasn’t even Lizzo.

“BBWs Don’t Be Afraid To Get On Top. If He Dies, He Dies! Just do it,” the meme read. Regardless of the words, the ad looked real. In the caption, Samuels added, “So now violence is okay? Or is it just one way violence from women to men? Oh, wait it’s just a joke, right? No major, or even minor, brand would dar do something like this if the genders were reversed.”

“Awaiting the outrage from women and demands to cancel @nike and @lizzobeeating.”

After being dragged for his errors, Samuels opted to keep the post up but changed his caption by removing Nike and Lizzo’s tags.

Here are some reactions on Twitter:

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