Popular American comedian, Terrence K Williams, has come under severe criticisms for claiming that US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris slept her way to the top.
The comedian who is a fan of Donald Trump stated on his Twitter handle that Kamala, who will become America’s first female vice president and first black veepee, is not a role model for girls claiming she is using President-Elect Joe Biden as a stepping stone to become the next US president.
He tweeted: “Kamala Harris slept her way to the Top! Now she is using Joe to become President because he won’t last long. She is not a great example for young girls around the world. STOLE THE ELECTION.”
This tweet has since sparked reactions as some Twitter users shaded the comedian. Newsmen present some of their views below:
Adédọ̀[email protected]_0 wrote: “You get! If it was that easy, it would have happened long time ago.”
Mayra Velez [email protected]_UPR wrote: “Wow! This is too low even for you. We can disagree with the politics of someone, but resorting to these type of insults makes you look really bad.”
Address me as [email protected]_RGP wrote: “It’s not low when you’re very low to the ground. It’s on par.”
[email protected] wrote: “Huh it’s really kind of fun to watch your relevancy vanish in real time.”
[email protected] wrote: “That’s why i call Terrence the black male Sarah Palin. Lost and forgotten very soon.”
[email protected] wrote; “OOoo! What a good way to describe him. Just so long as he doesn’t end up on a season of ‘dancing with the stars’ but wait, you actually have to be at least kind of famous to get on that.”
Cindy [email protected] wrote: “Terrence , I was thinking the same thing today. After all the women in my age group have gone through to get to this point…and it wasn’t pretty believe me! To have someone like that in her position is a slap in the face to women like me who have fought to make it better.”
Rebecca [email protected] wrote: “This is such misogyny and just looks like desperation. So low.”
Earth Wind [email protected]_klnx wrote: “No need to give him the attention he so much desires. Just report his silliness.”