Harry Styles isn't slowing down on embracing feminine style, whatever Candace Owens might think.
Mikhaila Peterson was responding to a report that said Penguin Random House Canada's decision to publish her father's new book prompted an outcry among employees.
"YouTube removed an entire episode of the Candace Owens show because we said that men are not women, and women are not men. I honestly cannot even believe how absolutely bats*** woke you have to be to believe basic truth to be 'hate speech,'" the conservative commentator tweeted on Friday.
After signaling support for the Proud Boys, Facebook deleted the "Headstrong" band's account. Lead singer Christopher Taylor Brown wasn't happy about it.
"I meant: Bring back manly men," the conservative pundit tweeted amid backlash for her comments about Harry Styles.
"There is no society that can survive without strong men," conservative commentator Candace Owens wrote in response to Styles' new magazine cover on Saturday.
A Twitter spat has erupted between conservative commentator Owens and actress and director Wilde over boyband member Harry Styles' unconventional dress sense.
The conservative activist was outlining a law and order standpoint similar to that touted by the Trump campaign before appearing to misspeak her message.
"It's so evil & Machiavellian— I almost respect it. Almost," Candace Owens tweeted on Tuesday.
"I want to just say something to defend 50 Cent because I am just seeing so much ignorance in his comments from the majority of Black people saying they're done with him and it's because he's rich and he's betrayed them," Owens said on Instagram. "No, it's because he's smart and you're not, okay?"
The conservative commentator said it was "plainly ridiculous" to argue that long voting lines amounted to voter suppression.
The president said his "pro-police" campaign is necessary for Blacks and Latinos to feel safe in Democratic-run cities.
The conservative author said policing was "being confused with criminality" by protesters rallying against the grand jury ruling.
Kanye West thanked conservative commentator and author Candace Owens for writing a book urging Black Americans to leave the "Democrat plantation" by becoming Republicans, as his Independent presidential campaign continues.
The feud between the two women has escalated following with the conservative pundit boasted she has "broken" the "WAP" rapper.
The post has resulted in a wave of backlash, with some people sharing a years-old photo of Snoop alongside President Donald Trump.
GoFundMe removed conservative activist Candace Owen's campaign in which she called George Floyd a "thug."
"The campaign has been removed because of a repeated pattern of inflammatory statements that spread hate, discrimination, intolerance and falsehoods against the black community," the crowdfunding platform said.
"I do not support George Floyd and the media's depiction of him as a martyr for black America," the activist said in a video shared to Twitter on Wednesday.
The conservative commentator criticized the former NFL quarterback at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday.
"Based on the hierarchy of what's impacting minority Americans, if I had to make a list of 100 things, white nationalism would not make the list," the black conservative commentator told lawmakers.
Lopez received an enormous amount of pushback for his comments and apologized on Wednesday for what he described as an "ignorant and insensitive" interview.
Candace Owens, a Trump supporter and founder of "Blexit," made the offer after Cardi B spoke supportively of Bernie Sanders.
"Just had a LOVELY chat [with Harris] about how I will NOT be voting for her in 2020 because I love @realDonaldTrump," Owens tweeted.
Candace Owens appeared to defend white Americans from "racist" verbal attacks, calling out "Squad" congresswoman Ayanna Pressley for referring to Kellyanne Conway as "Becky" earlier this month.
Candace Owens mocked pictures showing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez breaking down outside Texas border detention facility, stages "photoshoot."
Candace Owens, founder of the "Blexit" movement, said on Fox News host Laura Ingraham's show that welfare "socialized" black communities.
In a segment about the supposed censorship of conservatives by the likes of Facebook and Twitter, Fox News host Laura Ingraham displayed an image of white supremacist Paul Nehlen.
Owens was responding to Omar's criticism of Israel.