Disney Channel Fave Says Exactly What You’re Thinking About Sexist Vine Star
Vine star Carter Reynolds is only 19, but he’s already surpassed the amount of controversy allotted for one person’s lifetime. (Like, he attempted to mouth-rape his underage ex-girlfriend, Maggie Lindemann, and proceeded to slut-shame HER after the fact — no one can make the argument that he’s a decent human.) So we weren’t at all surprised about his latest batch of tweets, in which he showed off his oh-so-sexist personality.
On Twitter, he boasted, “I just wanna take you out and show you off.” On another occasion, he said, “I need a girl for Coachella.” You know, because girls are accessories and nothing more.
While we’ve come to expect these kinds of remarks from the social media star, there’s, fortunately, a public figure/female role model who is unwilling to take his comments lying down. 17-year-old G Hannelius, best known for her starring role on Disney Channel’s Dog with a Blog, took to her own Twitter page to address his disgusting quotes:
These kinds of tweets legitimately make me sick to my stomach could not possibly be more ridiculous/superficial pic.twitter.com/UTEV5BYYQa
— Genevieve Hannelius (@G_Hannelius) April 18, 2016
Couldn’t have said it better, G.
Carter’s not the only bad-boy Vine star — all these Vine stars got into trouble with the law:
In March 2015, cutie Cameron was arrested for felony vandalism in Hollywood, California. According to reports, cops were called to his place twice in one day. The first time they came, it was quiet and no one answered the door, so the cops left. When they returned later that evening, it was reportedly because someone threw paint off the balcony of Cameron’s apartment and it almost hit a woman. When the police searched his apartment, they saw that it was covered in paint, which is what lead to the vandalism charges. He was later let out on bail and eventually all the charges were dropped.
"They said I was throwing paint cans and stuff, but if you watch the video it shows we had little acrylic paint things. No one threw paint," Cameron told TMZ back in May 2015. "All the charges were dropped. What we actually initially got charged for was vandalism at my own apartment because they knocked on the door and they looked and saw all the paint on the floor," he explained.
Photo: Instagram (@camerondallas)