Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 4.7K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! It is alleged Dylan Mulvaney has secured another major partnership deal with Nike which comes shortly after he secured a deal with Bud Light that saw a large part of America criticize him for partnering with him. However, the deal is not for menswear, Dylan man who is referred to as a woman in America because he dresses and tries to behave like he is now a sports bra model for Nike. We write alleged because Nike hasn’t made any account of the deal so far, however, the talk is viral and on all channels. In actual fact, this could simply be an influencer gig. More Articles You Would Love Clavon Leonard’s Latest Unisex Collection ‘LIFE’ Is All About Opening A Fresh Chapter In Your Life PICS: Guinean Beauty & Fashionista Mariama Diallo Stuns In New Fabulous Swimwear Shots However, the news has upset a lot of Americans as they feel Nike has joined the movement where mental men are canceling the roles of women in the country. Recently, males in America scooped the titles for best women’s wrestler and best women’s weight lifter. And more recently, the US First Lady Jill Biden awarded the International Women of Courage Award to a full-grown man in a wig called Alba Rueda. Initial reactions to Mulvaney’s latest deal appeal have riled some social media users up in the same way. “Meet NIKE WOMEN’S Newest Ambassador…a biological man,” wrote influencer Oli London, sharing Mulvaney’s video clip of her wearing Nike’s gear. “Dylan Mulvaney is now being paid by Nike Women to promote sports bras—even though he’s a man! Another day, another company slapped all women in the face by mocking them and paying a man to take their place!” he wrote. Author and Republican influencer Brigitte Gabriel replied to London’s tweet with fury. “This is disgusting. I am already boycotting Nike thankfully!” London agreed, suggesting people need to stop giving companies like Nike money. “Go Woke = Go Broke,” he wrote. Mulvaney announced her new sponsorship deal to her 1.7 million Instagram followers on Wednesday via her stories and grid. “Alert the media—I’m entering my workout era,” she wrote as she posted a number of pictures and videos of her wearing the sports bra. The comments section on Mulvaney’s Instagram post was overwhelmingly positive, as her fans sent compliments and messages of support. Twitter, on the other hand, saw a great number of people, including London and Gabriel, criticizing her and Nike. Verified users weighed in within the comment section of London’s post stating they’ll never give Nike money again, or questioning Mulvaney’s gender identity. “I can’t,” broadcaster Megyn Kelly wrote to her 2.7 million Twitter followers, retweeting the video of Mulvaney working out in Nike gear. “Nike using a man to promote women’s clothing is parred for the course for a company who sponsors a BLM cop-hater and uses Chinese slave labor to make their products to begin with…” wrote comedian Tim Young. Mulvaney’s presence online has caused a huge reaction in recent days. Her partnership with Bud Light caused a great many people to speak out, including Kid Rock who shot a machine gun at crates of Bud Light. Mulvaney and Drew Barrymore were both criticized after a recent segment on The Drew Barrymore Show. Barrymore knelt before Mulvaney during their interview, to which Candace Owen called out the actress and talk show host for her “desperate behavior.” In any alternative case, most people would have thrown away all their Nike gear, but this will do little to no harm to the international conglomerate that has a monopoly on sportswear. In fact, it will only strengthen its name in the popularity and PR sector. Of which any damage caused can be rekindled by hiring the next Colin Kaepernick. Read More Like This On Outside Africa Prejudice In Fashion UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. 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