Not too way back this yr, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard had been embroiled in a harsh authorized battle with competing defamation claims. On the coronary heart of the battle had been claims of home abuse, with all sides accusing the opposite of assaults. The case stirred intense public curiosity with innumerable articles, TikTok movies, and suppose items concerning who was proper or wrongm or what proof was legitimate or not. However the coronary heart of the matter remained home violence, which is unacceptable in any regard.
Someway, home abuse has grow to be a dressing up for Halloween this yr, with Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly dressing up as Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, with one photograph even depicting his hand round her neck, and the caption, “However are these even costumes.”
Yesterday, Lexus Amanda, who has been courting and dwelling with Pasquale Rotella, founder and CEO of Insomniac Occasions, posted a photograph on Instagram of the 2 of them of their Halloween costumes, dressed as Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, full with make-up on Lexus round her eyes and lips, implying she’d just lately been “overwhelmed” and was bruised.
Already it is a tasteless and incorrect selection, however given the current publicity of many alleged abusers and individuals who have allegedly dedicated sexual abuse inside our personal digital music scene, dressing up in a dressing up to make a joke of home violence exhibits he’s egregiously unattached to the scene which he claims to carry up and promote.
The costume started gaining traction on Twitter early this morning, calling it “indicative of how deeply the roots of sexism and misogyny run in dance music.” It’s quickly gaining consideration on social media, though Lexus has already deleted the photograph from her Instagram feed.
Feedback on Lexus’ publish appeared overwhelmingly optimistic and in help of the costume, although a number of had been very clearly calling her out for the tasteless stand up. Though, as many as popped up, they appeared to vanish simply as shortly, main us to imagine feedback had been actively being deleted.
Within the quote tweets on Twitter, most are echoing the sentiment that the costume is tasteless and expressing that home violence will not be a joke, even in a state of affairs wherein such a case was coated by the media advert nauseam.
Pasquale Rotella and his accomplice making gentle of IPV with their tasteless selection to decorate up as Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is indicative of how deeply the roots of sexism and misogyny run in dance music. sexual assault and home violence is a joke to those folks. a dressing up. pic.twitter.com/bfatuNJcTJ
— staley (@stalesmcgalesss) November 1, 2022
I like dance music tradition however the degree of assault, sexism, and misogyny on this business is wild.
— kimberly (@kimmyhendrixx) November 1, 2022
Other than this simply being a shitty costume concept in each potential approach, the utter lack of social consciousness to do that with what’s been happening within the EDM scene this previous month is simply subsequent degree silly. Like, WTF are you doing? https://t.co/uobII0uDXF
— Zoat (@zwcampo) November 1, 2022
Rattling, fairly tasteless for positive.
Like out of all of the issues you can gown up as and select that is fairly bizarre tbh. https://t.co/kJfuAMyMOe
— Kelly (82%) (@momma_kellz) November 1, 2022
Your EDM has reached out to each Insomniac and Dwell Nation with requests for remark. A consultant for Insomniac confirmed receipt of the request, although we’ve got not but obtained any response from Dwell Nation. We’ll replace the article if that adjustments. Neither Lexus nor Pasquale have but acknowledged the criticism to their costume, other than Lexus deleting the photograph.
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