Serena Williams Rocks Embroidered Gown At Wimbeldon Dinner, Will Dance With Djokovic
You may recall that way back yesterday, J.K. Rowling got into a Twitter row with some dude who was trying to body shame Serena Williams. Getting into an argument with a millionaire author who can buy and sell you, and knows dark magic? Not wise.
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) July 11, 2015
So then Williams shows up at the Wimbeldon Champions Dinner wearing this. Game, set, match?
— Tennis Photos (@tennis_photos) July 12, 2015
All that's left now are some photos of her dancing with men's champ Novak Djokovic. It's all been cleared.
Hey @serenawilliams Novak just asked me for a permission to ask you for a champions dance tonight. Get ready!
— Jelena Djokovic (@JelenaRisticNDF) July 12, 2015
But it seems that the Serena-isn't-feminine critics haven't been completely vanquished. David Frum, editor at The Atlantic and a former George W. Bush speechwriter, tweeted a theory that Williams is taking steroids.
Steroids? Oh no, no, no. “Body image issues.” http://t.co/40W01g14n7
— David Frum (@davidfrum) July 11, 2015
He followed that with three tweets discussing the theory, then deleted them. Then he offered the lame excuse that he though the tweets were private, and that's why he deleted them.
Most egregiously of all, he misspelled Mark McGwire as "McGuire." And you're an editor at a major magazine? OK.
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