The Trans social media personality opened up about the criticism of her brand partnership.
While talking about her sponsored brand partnerships with Nike and Bud Light, Dylan shared that people have been criticizing her because according to her haters, she is someone who is very easy to target.
Mulvaney sat and spoke with “Onward with Rosie O’Donnell” podcast, and said, “The reason that I think I am so…I’m an easy target is because I’m so new to this.”
“I think going after a trans woman that’s been doing this for like 20 years is a lot more difficult. I think maybe they think that there’s some sort of chance with me … But what is their goal?”
The 26-year-old Dylan who earned millions of followers on social media platforms including TikTok, and Instagram after her transition into ‘girlhood’, began a debate as the big brands, Nike, and Bud Light introduce her as their new spokesperson.
“These people, they don’t understand me, and anything that I do or say then somehow gets taken out of context and is used against me and it’s so sad because everything I try to put out is positive,” she told. “It’s trying to connect with others that maybe don’t understand me. It’s to make people laugh or to make a kid feel seen.”
The Trans activist posted a promotional video for Bud Lights on her Instagram account this month, where she shared with her 1.8 million followers that she is feeling super proud after becoming the newest spokesperson of the brand.
Couple of days later, Dylan shared a promotional post for Nike while announcing that she has finally started working with the brand.
According to the New York Post, when her post went viral it received immense outrage and negative remarks from critics who claims that the brands are pushing ‘gender propaganda’.
“Fellow trans woman Caitlyn Jenner slammed Nike for going ‘woke,’ and country music singer John Rich pulled cases of Bud Light from his Nashville bar.”
In a response of heavy criticism, Nike stated that issue and requested people to act ‘kind’.
“You are an essential component to the success of your community!” the company wrote in a statement. “We welcome comments that contribute to a positive and constructive discussion: Be kind, be inclusive, encourage each other. Hate speech, bullying, or other behaviors that are not in the spirit of a diverse and inclusive community will be deleted.”
Sharing an emotional response post on her Instagram account, Dylan wrote with her video in which she was singing the song, ‘No One is Alone.’
“It’s hard to see the light now, just don’t let it go this song felt fitting for the week I’ve been having. All is well! Cheers.”
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