Lewis Hamilton Blasted For Telling Nephew Not To Wear A Dress

Published: Tuesday 26th Dec 2017 by David

Should little boys wear dresses made for the girls?

The above is a question that rages on Twitter this morning after the brilliant sportsman Lewis Hamilton shared a video of himself online hours ago.

What happens in it? A conversation between he and one of his nephews in which Hamilton asks why the child is wearing a dress made for little girls.

 

A gender role based drama below…


Drama ensued.

So, let us know…

Was Lewis wrong?

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  1. Mami December 26, 2017

    I mean…..its hard for me to bash him over THAT & maybe it’s because that would be the response of most men so it’s no surprise to hear him say it. Me personally…..I don’t have a problem with a boy wearing a princess, would NEVER say “boys shouldn’t wear……” because you can wear whatever TF you want to..unless you’re still a KID living by your parent rules & beliefs.

  2. China December 26, 2017

    Lewis Hamilton……is Light Skin………so i’m sure having a D_ick in his mouth has crossed his mind.

    • DS December 26, 2017

      I wasn’t gonna say anything… but he’s given me gay vibes in the past. You know what they say… those that are too concerned with something usually have something to hide…

  3. Bad_B December 26, 2017

    This is a really sensitive topic. Kids rely on adults to guide and shape their gender roles because some kids dont ‘naturally’ pick up the right gender roles. But we live in a society were right and normal are being questioned and even a 2 year old is now empowered to make his or her own choices. Society is really pathetic nowadays. As a parent i would do the same if my 2 yr old boy wants to wear a dress. I dont want my son to be bullied and confused with himself by the time he gets to high school because i didnt give him the right directions. If im not going to tell him that a dress is for girls in a friendly and constructive tone, guess what he’ll hear it from his peers in high school. And it wont be friendly.

    • MUSICHEAD December 26, 2017

      I agree with you. Enough said.

    • 👧 + ✈ = 💀 December 26, 2017

      I agree

    • iSpeakTruthNoFallacy December 26, 2017

      STRAIGHT FACTS ONE HUNNID

    • SuxMyCockiness =o December 26, 2017

      That would all make sense if the boy was actually his son, but it’s his nephew. If the boy wants to wear a dress and his parents let him it’s no one else’s business. I personally don’t think dresses are just for girls, and a lot of girls don’t want to wear them themselves. Honestly I agree with some of the other commenters as far as Lewis sounding like he’s joking. Either way, there are just some things you shouldn’t put on social media if you can’t deal with the potential backlash.

    • TRUTH SERUM December 26, 2017

      Preach!!!!!

    • Fkn up You Phobes December 26, 2017

      Smart- bully yout own kid FIRST before the other bullies get to them in school. SOUND LOGIC 😒👍🏽

      • Totally December 26, 2017

        Bullying? Lol. Please. Is telling a boy he needs to hold the door for a girl bullying too?

  4. The Wig Snatcher December 26, 2017

    That’s the whole queeeer millennial bullshiit bullying like the hypocrites they are. They don’t want to be bullied but will bully people on Twitter because their are too pusssy to do in front of people faces 1:1.

    • Mr Man December 26, 2017

      I wouldn’t say it’s a millennial thing because we now know that many old folk were secretly longing to wear dresses (Bruce Jenner) but didn’t out of fear. The white Hollywood gays are the ones trying to convince everyone that gender doesn’t matter ignoring the fact that things aren’t that straight forward for men of colour who Believe gender roles are important because they have been emasculated from all angles historically. Black men can’t afford to be “gender fluid” or as “care free” as European men because being a strong alpha male was the only way for a man to survive and protect his family against the world’s demons. Look at what happened to Terry Crews. The second white people sense weakness in a black man they attack and this is why so many of us are militant. The problem comes when our need to be “strong men” hurts the strong women we should be cherishing and uplifting.

    • Fkn up You Phobes December 26, 2017

      Wrong- THIS IS THE CLAP BACK COMING FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS THAT ARE FED UP WITH THIS MISTREATMENT & HARRASMENT FROM HOMOPHOBIC FCKS LIKE YOU WHO SHOULD MIND THEIR OWN DAMN BIZ

  5. Naldo December 26, 2017

    Idk but by his tone of voice it sounds like he’s joking to me.

    • Lake Erie December 26, 2017

      I said the same thing. I doubt he’d post the video in an angry space. Plus we don’t know how he looked at the boy while saying it. But based on the boys reaction, seems like a playful interaction to me.

  6. Whoops December 26, 2017

    The only real problem I see is that he recorded it and posted it on the internet.

  7. Mr Man December 26, 2017

    I am for being an individual but as a young man who struggled with my identity I believe that gender roles, when applied with respect, can help guide a child. That being said, archaic roles can hinder a child’s progress if a boy who is a brilliant painter is forced to play football or a girl who loves science is forced to bake cookies. It’s all about balance and from the point of a view as a Christian, raise them the way God says they should.

    • Mr Man December 26, 2017

      To expand, my dad was very abusive and so I picked up very feminine traits because all of the kindest people in my life were my aunts who of course are women. I was bullied in school because I was camp and it caused a lot of confusion and I did a lot of stupid things because my self esteem and understanding of what it meant to be a man was horrible. As time has gone on I’ve become more comfortable with myself and have become more masculine, confident and assertive because I’ve learned how to be that way through my male friendships. I’m not saying I’m a better person because I’m less feminine but I am saying that my life is better because I can see where gender roles work and where they don’t. Now I’m into sport because I’ve grown into liking it not because I was forced to and now when I talk to girls it’s because I genuinely like them not because I’m trying to impress anyone. So, while it isn’t right to force your kids to be what they don’t want to be it’s also wrong to encourage your kids to confuse gender roles because you have no idea how it will affect them when they’re older.

      • Fkn up You Phobes December 26, 2017

        Confessions of self-hating power bottom. 😏

      • Mr Man December 26, 2017

        Haha!!!!! Notice how you referred to me as a bottom to insult me. That in itself tells me that you yourself don’t have respect for men who don’t fit traditional roles (aka submissive men).While you sit here and try to insult me ask yourself how many of the men dragging Lewis are attracted to men in dresses and how many lust over traditional alphas. I thought so. The truth of the matter is that straight acting men are placed at the top of the sexual food chain by the same people who say there is no real value in acting straight. This message was brought to you by my ten inch African love rocket and the tattered war zone that is your overused b***. Good day.

      • SuxMyCockiness =o December 26, 2017

        But gender roles are destructive in themselves. Men are pressured to be tough and hard to a point where they suppress feelings, which causes great amounts of stress. That’s probably why the Male suicide rate is more than 3 times higher than Women, well at least here in the US. People should be able to be who they want to be if it’s not hurting anyone else. Sorry to hear about your past and glad to hear you’re in a good place now, but what worked for you may not work for everyone else. The definition of a Man is not so black and white.

  8. Lake Erie December 26, 2017

    The world today is growing more sensitive by the day.. like literally. Seems like NO malice intent was behind this video. I don’t know Lewis Hamilton but based off the tone of this video. It doesn’t look or sound like he’s doing anything different from what occurs in MILLIONS of other households on a daily basis by other men and WOMEN. The only difference is he’s on camera for the saints of the world to judge. Smh. Unfortunately, he can’t really ignore this matter because of his status in the public eye. I wish he could though. So because of the sensitivity on this matter and how it’s been or could be spun. I just wish he didn’t post it. It may be for cool kicks with just the family but publicly it won’t take and as we see.. It didn’t..

  9. Faf December 26, 2017

    But he has a nose ring

    And why embarrass him in the comfort of his own home for likes and clout

  10. Caribbean Native December 26, 2017

    See that’s the problem with y’all being tolerant and accepting is 2 different things he have every right to tell his new hew not to wear a dress if he don’t want him to…..y’all doing the same….imposing your beliefs on every ✋

    • SuxMyCockiness =o December 26, 2017

      He’s not the parent though. Of course his opinion holds more weight than the average stranger, but if the childs parents are okay with it then that’s that. It was just dumb of him to post that video in the world we live in today.

  11. Achooo! December 26, 2017

    Live and let live. Don’t worry about anything that’s not affecting you

  12. Mr Man December 26, 2017

    Has anyone noticed that when two men are arguing about gender or sexuality the go to insult is “you’re a bottom.” It’s so telling and indicative of how people who claim to be progressives really see themselves. Notice how no one ever disses someone by calling them a top? That’s because even in gay s** there is a necessity for one person to play the dominant role and for one to lay down and take it. That’s why I’m laughing at that swine who thought they were dissing me by saying I was bottom. I have NEVER taken it up the a** and you wouldn’t be able to say with a 100 percent certainty that i have so how did you conclude that I was a “self hating power bottom” and not a “self hating power top.”? I’d love to know.

    • DS December 26, 2017

      Let it go. Sometimes ppl just say things to get a reaction or rise out of you. Don’t let it get to you by taking it personal.

  13. Jamie December 26, 2017

    He could’ve delivered it a bit more tactfully and tastefully, but he’s right about what he said. You try a nip it when you see it, and if it’s something that doesn’t stick, then so be it. It’s actually the kid’s father’s responsibility, but if he’s not present, Lewis did/said the right thing.

  14. Tom Johnson December 27, 2017

    This is some BS, society has gone mad when you can’t even raise your kid as a boy anymore. Yes , its his nephew but if any of my nephews came with that BS, I wouldn’t go for it. I am fine with gay people being gay but in my family , I strongly discourage it. I want good old fashioned grandkids from a man and a woman who love each other. That will be my standard. If someone wants to be gay, go for it, want to join a cult, go for it. But what I preach to my family got nothing to do with the outside world, Mr. Hamilton is perfectly justified and any outrage is over reach by the LGBT group and will be met by a push back. Cause I’m like WTF, are you for real?

  15. KING B!! December 31, 2017

    The F***** Brigade is gonna now try to convince everybody that wat he said was Wrong . That little boy should not be wearing a dress .. It’s not right … He needs to get that corrected now or he’s going to grow up all confused thinking it’s okay to be gay and wear dresses and it’s not .. I would’ve beat his a** and his momma for buying that shyt for him.. U f****** and ur gay agenda need to go somewhere and kill urself!!! Ughhhh… So f****** disgusting !!!

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