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People Are Trying To Stop Gigi Hadid From Coming To China For The 2017 VS Fashion Show

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Gigi Hadid announced on Instagram yesterday that she would be strutting her stuff on the runway of the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show which will be held in Shanghai, China for the very first time.

Hadid was super excited to tell her followers of the news, calling it “forever and ever a dream.”

The seemingly exciting announcement was met with rage from skeptics, particularly residents of China, who recalled a video her sister Bella uploaded earlier this year. The video shows Hadid squinting her eyes to mimic a Buddha cookie on their table.

Hadid’s boyfriend Zayn Malik, who is Asian, commented on the controversy by tweeting, “trust me… she likes asians ;)”

The model has not commented Β on the situation since it happened in February.

But upon discovering that Hadid would be coming to Shanghai for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, her Chinese followers let their voices be heard by flooding the comments section of her post calling her a racist and letting her know that she isn’t welcome in their country. The comments were also cluttered with snake emojis.

Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Candice Swanepoel, Jasmine Tookes, and Stella Maxwell will return for this year’s fashion show along with new modelsΒ Frida Aasen, Victoria Lee, Vanessa Moody, Nadine Leopold, Bruna Lirio, Gizele Oliveira, Aiden Curtis and Alexina Graham.

The star has disabled comments from her Instagram post, but the hateful comments are still present on Twitter.

But of course, there was a lot of love for Hadid in the mix of all the hate.

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show will air on November 28.

COLLEGECANDY Writer
Favorite pastimes include-but are not limited to: binge watching celebrity interviews with Ellen DeGeneres on YouTube, reading cheesy romance novels and looking at the many pictures of photogenic bowls of mac and cheese on Instagram.
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