When you make some off hand comments, and the shoe starts to fit someone, you might just become that persons’ springboard to internet infamy.
Last month, there was a lovers spat that went viral, which involved a fine young hoe, Madison Witham, and her ex-boyfriend, Justice Champion. The incident was described and discussed in the following articles.
- Fox News: Teen who accused boyfriend of slut-shaming her prom dress reveals photos of gown (May 5, 2018)
- Daily Mail: US high school student, 16, who dumped her slut-shaming boyfriend after he said her prom dress ‘showed too much skin’ finally reveals the offending gown – but says she WON’T be attending (May 25, 2018)
This is rather old news by now, so I trust that the reader is familiar with the altercation.
I don’t think anyone has pointed this out yet, but there is a discrepancy between the facts offered by the hoe and her ex.
She offers screenshots of text messages showing a man saying,
“You look like a slut b, no offense.”
She claims this message was sent by Champion, ascribes avarice on his part, calls it ‘slut shaming’, and thereby uses it to denigrate his honor.
But in the version from Fox, Champion offers his own screen shots of their chats, in which he responds to the dress rather enthusiastically by texting,
“It looks great”.
Also notice that in those texts shown by Witham, the male respondent calls her ‘b’ in each message. (I presume ‘b’ is short for ‘baby’, a term of endearment.) However, in the text shots offered by Champion, he never calls her by the nickname, ‘b’.
Are you with me here? There are two different men!
I get the strong impression that Witham had a backup man (not Champion) who sent the “You look like a slut” message. She claimed that message was from Champion, and tried to use that message to defame Champion in an arrogant power play that she probably thought was humorous. But beyond her expectation, the news went viral, and then she was unable to back out of the lie without being ousted, so later, she had to decline going to the prom with Champion.
In a follow up message, Witham responds with,
“I’ll stick with the dress and get myself a new man, bye.”
This statement shows that she is quite familiar with the habit of employing her hypergamic desires (with a pinch of hamster fantasy added) to ditch any particular man she is with in favor of the next one, or the last one, or the one next door, or whoever he might be. Her general mindset is that men, and probably sex as well, are just a smorgasbord cafeteria for her tingle indulgence. If she is having a bad day with one guy, she’ll use a little dreadette game to ‘put him back in line’.
So here we have the situation where she is chatting with and probably sleeping with (at least) two different men. She takes offense at the mere mention of the word, ‘slut’, and she dumps the guy who didn’t say it. Then she takes advantage of the feminist narrative, hamster spins a false narrative to restore her so-called honor, and becomes an internet celebrity in the process.
So this is the story of a tramps’ brilliantly evil Machiavellian behavior and abuse of feminine power. As long as a society ignorantly rewards and rubber stamps such pseudo-virtue posing with sensational attention and affirmation, society will be in downgrade.
On a more positive note, we see Justice to the Champion of this showdown, in that he can now move towards finding a more worthy woman than Withman.
- Dalrock: Shame on him who thinks evil of it. (May 24, 2018)