Naomi Campbell Flipped Fur Protesters The Bird At A Dolce & Gabbana Event

April 13, 2018 / Posted by:

I don’t know why anybody in this day and age would try to come for Naomi Campbell and think it’s gonna turn out well for them. According to Page Six, a group of animal rights protesters tried it at a Dolce & Gabbana concept store opening in New York. The protesters carried signs that read ““Fur Is Dead” and “Dolce & Gabbana blood on their hands”, the latter being a lot of lettering for one sign so I hope they had good penmanship. When Naomi shantéd up to the door, they screamed at and heckled her. Funeral services for the protesters will be held over the weekend.

I’m just kidding. Of course Naomi didn’t murder their physical bodies. She murdered their souls by giving them the middle finger accompanied by, I’m sure, a look so devastating that it reached deep into their bodies and liquefied some important part of their essence. It could also be that Naomi was just waving at them and that her middle finger is permanently at attention, and being the dominant Naomi finger, all her other fingers naturally just bow down to their master.

Naomi wasn’t even wearing fur. I hope it was worth it for them, because the hex they now carry will be passed on to all future generations of their bloodline. I also hope they like frog babies, because heckling Naomi Campbell is how you get frog babies.

Here’s a clip from the D&G show in question. There’s no footage of the incident because it was too powerful for celluloid and self destructed.

Haha, they had the nerve to use #realpeople. That’s cute D&G.

Oh, and PETA darling Pamela Anderson’s son Brandon Lee was a model that night. How’s that for symmetry! I hope he got heckled too. It’s only fair.


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