Christian Wilkins has fired back at critics of his flamboyant ARIA Awards dress.
After being attacked with death threats by a hateful troll on Instagram, the socialite gave a smart response, insisting he looked ‘hot’ in his dress.
“Okay, let’s say you didn’t like my dress, I don’t care,” the 28-year-old wrote.
“I probably don’t like the short-sleeved chino combo,” Christian continued.
“But these types of comments towards me or anyone else on my page are extremely irrational, inappropriate and I will not stand for them on my page.”
Christian Wilkins has fired back at critics of his flamboyant ARIA Awards dress after receiving death threats online from vile trolls
The reality star ended by asking, “Aren’t there bigger problems in the world than me wearing a dress?” I’m sorry I looked good.’
In the vile comment Christian responded to, the troll said he wished the star would “get AIDS and die.”
Christian, the son of entertainment reporter Richard Wilkins, left little to the imagination in the see-through dress at the ARIAs earlier this week.
‘Aren’t there bigger problems in the world than me wearing a dress? I’m sorry I looked good,” Christian said
In the vile comment Christian responded to, the troll said he wished the star would ‘get AIDS and die’
The raunchy look caused some backlash online, with viewers at home commenting that it may have been too revealing for the awards show.
‘Not allowed on TV. I don’t want my kids to see that,” one person wrote on social media.
“He might as well be naked!” said another shocked viewer.
‘Why was the ARIA presenter for the children’s music awards almost naked or wearing a naked looking suit. Is this what we want our children to aspire to?’ a third wrote.
Christian, the son of entertainment reporter Richard Wilkins, left little to the imagination in the sheer dress at the ARIAs earlier this week
The flamboyant reality star is known for wearing revealing outfits
Despite the backlash, some viewers complimented Christian’s risqué ensemble and style.
‘I love your self-confidence and your confidence to be yourself. Your parents sure blessed you,” one person wrote.
‘You are a very unique person. Please be yourself, it doesn’t matter what anyone says,” said another.
‘Absolutely gorgeous. Christian, you sure are a beautiful fashion icon,” said a third.