Balenciaga Fans Destroy Thousands of Dollars of Designer Clothes In Protest Amid BDSM Pedophile Photoshoot

"I'm not giving this sh*t away. I'm burning everything, because if you wear this, you represent pedophilia."

Image Credits: Infowars.com.

Former Balenciaga fans filmed themselves burning and shredding up designer clothes from the fashion brand over its BDSM pedophile photoshoot scandal.

YouTuber Omi In a Hellcat declared Balenciaga was dead to him before burning all the shoes and clothes he bought from the Spain-based brand.

“Cancelled. And if you wear this bullsh*t, don’t come around my kids ever again,” he stated as he kicked his shoes into a pile.

“I’m not giving this sh*t away. I’m burning everything, because if you wear this, you represent pedophilia, and I don’t f*ck with it.”

“I’m the biggest Balenciaga fan. But these gotta go. Cancelled,” he added before burning apparel valued at thousands of dollars in his backyard grill.

Another Balenciaga patron, Chloe Hennessey from East London, filmed herself cutting up her luxury £600 hoodie, and a t-shirt and sunglasses worth £1,700 total.

Hennessey learned of the scandal after posting a video of herself on social media wearing her Balenciaga glasses.

“I actually love Balenciaga. They used to be my favorite brand,” she said. “I had been home with my son as he’s been sick, so I didn’t know what was going on, when I posted the video. I was really confused about people calling me a pedophile.”

“After I started investigation my whole TikTok was flooded with videos about what happened. I felt sick to my stomach.”

That’s when she decided to destroy her Balenciaga gear.

“People have asked why I didn’t just donate my stuff, but if I did someone else would be wearing it and promoting them,” she explained.

“Obviously I’m not rich, so it was annoying to have to get rid of all of it, but taking a stand is so much more important in my opinion.”

A TikTok user with 65,000 followers recorded herself tearing up her black leather bag, which she said cost $1,500.

@singlemomattorney Disgusted with everything else that has come to light since the release of their campaign #cancelbalenciaga #momsoftiktok #balenciaga ♬ Spooky, quiet, scary atmosphere piano songs – Skittlegirl Sound

“This is basically my everyday bag. It’s not going to be anymore,” she said before cutting the strap with scissors.

Other users across TikTok are also filming themselves destroying Belanciaga merchandise.

@vivalapinkposh Used to love this brand but i do not and wil not support this !!!! #cancelbalenciaga #balenciaga #balenciagas #blackfriday #savethechildren ♬ Kai Cenat "I Don't Care" – Club Remix – Corey Floca

@mcstojan_14 #balenciaga #canceled #fyp ♬ Disco – MC Stojan

@alexis_adjei Hell is hot. #balenciaga #balenciagacampaign ♬ son original – 🤟🏾💚

The culture war against the brand has been heating up in recent days.

MAGA rapper Bryson Gray recently wrote a song encouraging people to renounce Balenciaga and destroy their merchandise.

A street artist also vandalized a Balenciaga store’s shop windows in Central London with clean stenciled text that reads “PEDOPHILIA.”

The brand has been scrambling to mitigate the fallout, giving numerous statements of apology over the last week and even filing a lawsuit against the production company that set up the Supreme Court child porn document photoshoot.

“We sincerely apologize for any offense our holiday campaign may have caused. Our plush bear bags should not have been featured with children in this campaign,” the brand stated last week, adding it strongly condemns the “abuse of children in any form.”

The brand also deleted content across its social media platforms.

Despite its effort to lessen the blowback, even Kim Kardashian, one of its top brand ambassadors, issued a statement scolding the company and claiming she’s “re-evaluating” her relationship with the brand.

“As a mother of four, I have been shaken by the disturbing images. The safety of children must be held with the highest regard and any attempts to normalize child abuse of any kind should have no place in our society — period,” she said.

Don’t expect the mainstream media to honestly cover this story, because outlets like the New York Times are claiming – despite an admission of guilt and an apology from the brand – that the Balenciaga scandal is just a “Q Anon conspiracy.”


Twitter: @WhiteIsTheFury

Truth Social: @WhiteIsTheFury

Gettr: @WhiteIsTheFury

Gab: @WhiteIsTheFury

Minds: @WhiteIsTheFury

Parler: @WhiteIsTheFury



WATCH ALL SHOWS

AUDIO