Via Huff Post: Musician Raury, from Atlanta, was given the opportunity to walk the runway for D&G — but was grossed out that the gay designers have ties to Trump. In fact, they've made many right-wing statements that are in stark contrast to the trendy, millennial vibe of their work.
So he decided to do something about it, waiting until the end of the show to remove his D&G jacket to reveal he had written PROTEST D&G and other messages on his body.
Raising his fist in the air, he looked serene in the moment, and later wrote on Instagram:
I never felt so alone, so terrified, yet so alive... Found myself in tears when I realized the people understood, and I'm not just screaming in the dark anymore ... if ur in this industry remember that there is a god, and god protects the good... so do the work when aligned to. following my heart from this day forth knowing that I am living truth... If it ever means my end so be it. (GQ story in Bio) The future is now
Perfectly summing up how inauthentic and morally bankrupt D&G are, the company is cynically selling #BOYCOTT DOLCE & GABBANA T-shirts.
The kids are all right. I just hope I live long enough to see the people my age and older who are destroying the U.S. go bye-bye.