Click to view - Dad Of Maybelline’s First Male Model Owns Homophobic Idiot With Amazing Response [ Viral Thread ]

Manny Gutierrez has already gone down in history as the first male Maybelline ambassador in the history of the company. On top of that, it looks like he’s about to go down in history as the proud owner of the world’s best dad.
Why? Well, it all started with the following tweet from a certain Matt Walsh. Walsh, a self-titled “christian columnist and political incendiary” writes for conservative magazine The Blaze. He tweeted the following homophobic message about parenting, using a photo of Gutierrez to illustrate his point.
In response, Gutierrez’s dad left the most epic comeback the internet has ever seen. In fact, it was so good, that the make-up artist extraordinaire had to share it with his 546,000 Twitter followers along with the following comment:
In full, Gutierrez’s dad’s message, which was sent to Gutierrez over text, reads:
“Mr Walsh, this is Manny Sr. Let me first begin by telling you that I’ve always been there for my son and will ALWAYS be there for him. Not only am I proud of what he has accomplished but I’m more proud of the person he has become.
“I know the words you speak are from lack of knowing anybody from the LGBT community. If you did, you would soon realise they are some of the most real and kindhearted individuals that walk this planet of ours. Going forward, I would choose your actions and words wisely. Just like you would do anything for your family, I would DO for mine. Good day Sir.”
In response to Gutierrez’s dad’s message, Walsh took to The Blaze to attempt to explain his behaviour. In the process, he managed to call Gutierrez’s lifestyle “confused and disordered” and kind of compared him to a liquor store robber:
“As I said in the article I wrote on the topic last week, it’s certainly possible that a boy could be raised by a good father and still end up living a confused and disordered lifestyle. That very well could have been the case with Manny. I have no idea. Maybe he’s the exception to the rule. Could be. Who knows?
“That’s why I never said ‘This dude, specifically, was raised by a crappy dad.’ Rather, I said ‘this sort of dude is why dads — plural, universal — need to raise their sons.” Much like I might point to a liquor store robbery in the inner city and say ‘this is why inner city kids need dads at home.'”
So what have we learned from all this? I’d say that we should leave make-up artists alone and let them get on with creating incredible beauty tutorials in peace. How else are we going to discover the perfect contour technique?


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