Harry Styles clapped back at the conservative pundit for criticizing his fashion sense! As you might know, Candace Owens took to her social media to claim that the world needs ‘manly men’ to survive but that Wester society is trying to get rid of them.
Alongside her argument, Owens reposted the Variety cover the former One Direction singer was on, making it very clear she was specifically talking about him, or at least using him as an example of manliness being a thing of the past.
It’s been weeks since and while many have responded to her since, including social media users and other celebs, it is now Harry’s turn to do it!
That being said, the singer simply posted a pic from his Variety photo shoot of him in a frilly suit, eating a banana.
In the caption, he mockingly wrote ‘Bring back manly men’ and that was enough for fans to decide that he had ‘ended’ Candace Owens by just quoting her!
candace owens when harry styles does something: pic.twitter.com/rsi4ysmMRN
— ella. (@fuckyeahzouie) December 2, 2020
Here are some of the reactions his post got: ‘HARRY STYLES SHADING CANDACE OWENS IS EVERYTHING TO ME.’ / ‘harry styles deciding to end candace owens career with a single ig post.’ / ‘what harry said: ‘Bring back manly men’ what he meant: ‘f**k you candace owens.’ / ‘harry styles just dragged the fuck out of candace owens.’ / ‘HARRY STYLES WAS ONLY 26 WHEN HE ENDED CANDACE OWENS.’
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“bring back manly “Bring back
men” manly men.” pic.twitter.com/08cPkeP4fH
— iza ♡’s isa, caroy & cami (@91BRlGHT) December 2, 2020
Another user went into more detail writing: ‘It’s the way Candace owens really thought she did something by tweeting shit about harry wearing a dress but look at how he is shading her by posting a picture of him wearing a feminine suit with the caption ‘bring back manly men’ I’m so embarrassed for her.’
While talking about his fashion not following any gender norms, Harry told Variety: ‘To not wear [something] because it’s females’ clothing, you shut out a whole world of great clothes. And I think what’s exciting about right now is you can wear what you like. It doesn’t have to be X or Y. Those lines are becoming more and more blurred.’