Magda Szubanski throws down trolls for their ‘pile’ over her role in the Victorian government’s COVID-19 ad
Magda Szubanski hits back at cruel trolls and their ‘orchestrated pile’ for her role in the Victorian government’s COVID-19 campaign, saying ‘they’re choosing the wrong person’
Magda Szubanski has been knocked down by trolls for participating in the Victorian government’s COVID-19 campaign.
And on Tuesday, the 59-year-old continued The project about the impact to which it has been exposed.
“They (the trolls) are doing a pile,” she told her of the online campaign.
Defiant: On Tuesday, Magda Szubanski hit back on cruel trolls for their ‘orchestrated stack’ for her role in the Victorian government’s COVID-19 campaign. Shown as Kath & Kim’s character Sharon Strzelecki
“ This has happened to me so many times when you spread a message that they don’t like, and I think a lot of people are pretty shocked to find out there are so many people who actually don’t believe COVID is real. ‘
The comedian said trolls used bizarre phrases like ‘COVID hoax’ and ‘deep state’ in their posts, accusing her of being part of ‘a plan to create a new world order’.
“Look, you know what, as long as everyone wore the masks, kept a social distance. This is based entirely on the fact that science knows that when we have a lockdown, it (the virus) shuts down much, much faster. ‘
Hit back: Magda brushed off the criticism, saying, ‘This has happened to me so many times when you spread a message they don’t like’
She said defiantly, “I just want everyone to return to normal life. But yes, sure – is it an orchestrated stack? Absolutely, I have no doubts about that. ‘
Magda also went to challenge trolls and said, ‘You know, they pick the wrong person with me because they never met my mom. They’re nothing compared to growing up with my mom, ”she joked.
On Saturday, Magda posted a video to her Instagram of the Victorian government’s COVID public health campaign, in which she played Kath & Kim’s character Sharon Strzelecki.
Doing her part: Magda is one of many famous faces who participated in the Victorian government’s COVID public health campaign
Former My Kitchen Rules chef Pete Evans called the ad “ the most offensive and outrageous ” he’d ever seen in a social media post.
Evans, who believes the paleo diet can cure cancer and autism, also claimed in his post that the Victorian government “ doesn’t want to help people get well ” – and many of his supporters felt this was a subtle reference to Szubanski’s weight.
After being inundated with abuse about her size, Szubanski tweeted that she was ‘tired of skinny people’ like Evans, thinking they are better than everyone else.
His own opinion: Former My Kitchen Rules chef Pete Evans branded the Victorian government’s public health statement as ‘the most offensive and outrageous’ he’d ever seen in a social media post
Sick Of: After being inundated with abuse about her size, Szubanski tweeted that she was ‘tired of the skinny people’ like Evans who thought they were better than everyone else
“Frankly, I’m sick of ruining the deaths of skinny people (yes Pete Evans and your followers), assuming they are morally and spiritually superior,” she wrote.
“Embarrassing me and claiming that fat people have no place in the public health discussion offends not only me, but all the fat nurses, doctors, ambos, etc. who give so much,” she wrote.
Evans later responded to Szubanski’s tweets on Tuesday, clarifying that he had no intention of ‘fat-shame’ her.
Purify the air? Evans later responded to Szubanski’s tweets on Tuesday, clarifying that he had no intention of ‘fat-shame’ her