Undefeated champion boxer Floyd Mayweather was recently called sexist after posting an Instagram message directed toward women.
The post read: “How a female dresses is her advertisement. If a female shows half of her body, she’s asking to be disrespected. If she dresses classy, expect to be treated like a lady. How you’re addressed lies on your attire. Sexy is a spirit, not an outfit.”
More than 75,000 followers responded to the post with varying reactions. Many agreed, but there were others who disagreed for different reasons.
Wendy Williams is one of those who could appreciate Floyd’s point, and she discussed it with her fans, co-signing with his message that people are often judged based on how they look.
“He does has a point. That goes for men too. How you dress is how the world will receive you. If you want to sag your pants, then that’s how the world will receive you. If you have on a suit and tie, it’s a whole different perception. For girls, if you dress slutty, be expected to be treated like a ‘thot.’”
Watch Wendy’s commentary below.
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