Kat Von D Addresses The Nazi & Anti-Vax Rumors In New Video — But Twitter Isn’t Thrilled With Her Response!

Kat Von D is sick and bored with her and her household being known as Nazis, so she’s clearing the air! In a YouTube video that went dwell on Thursday, the tattoo artist introduced she needed to handle claims that she’s anti-Semitic and an anti-vaxxer. Related: Kat Von D Reveals She Had 2 Miscarriages Before Welcoming Son Leafar For those that have been following Kat’s profession, you’ll know that these rumors have been following her round, with phrase of her being a Nazi sympathizer popping out almost 9 years in the past! So, it solely made sense she began her 11-minute publish saying: “Just to set the record straight from the beginning, I am not anti-Semitic and I am not an anti-vaxxer.” The momma of 1 went on about how “hurtful” it has been to be labeled a Nazi, explaining: “Out of every comment that I’ve gotten, the ones that are calling me and my family Nazis are the ones that don’t sit well with me. I mean if anything, they’re extremely offensive and just super hurtful. Not just to me, but to my family.” Per the make-up mogul’s account, she blames the rumors on a “threatened” male Miami Ink costar, who she says would sexually harass and even assaulted her on the set of their TLC actuality program. Related: Kat Gets Backlash Over New Eyeliner Name — Hits Back With Rant Of Her Own Adding that the community supplied her personal spin-off — LA Ink — after she stop the unique program over the “hazing,” the 37-year-old continued how “paranoid” the unnamed forged member grew to become: “He thought he could cancel my show by going to the network and showing this 8 x 10 with a forged anti-Semitic message on it… He ended up following through with this threat and went to the media with this forged 8 x 10… Overnight, I was just falsely branded as an anti-Semite… I remember the network’s publicist told me to just stay quiet and let it go away.” Von D continued that TLC stood by her, recognizing it wasn’t her handwriting, however that didn’t change how she felt concerning the accusations: “It was really hard to have people out there in the world believe that something that wasn’t true. And eventually, I just broke and I went onto MySpace because it was the MySpace days, and I ended up writing a blog and truthfully denying it. But other than that, nobody really knew the truth and I had never really talked about it or told my side of the story… I just can’t keep letting other people write this narrative that’s so inaccurate… The last thing I’ll say about this topic is, yes, I probably should have talked about this back when it was happening, but in all honesty, I did not have the support I have now.” When switching to speaking about her son with the identical title as husband Leafar, Kat revealed she was a bit skeptical after studying the substances in vaccinations. “I am not an anti-vaxxer. What I am is a first-time mother. I am one of those moms that reads everything. Anything that is going in my baby or on my baby, I research like a complete and total nerd. After doing a bunch of research and reading the ingredients, naturally I experienced some hesitancy.” Interestingly sufficient although, the entrepreneur didn’t reveal whether or not she and her husband had determined to have Leafar vaccinated: “Since then, we have decided as parents, to consult with our pediatrician and just let him educated us and guide us. I’ve learned my lesson and I’m choosing not to make our decision, or any of our baby’s health records, public.” You can watch her video in full (under): [embedded content] Her controversial model, Kat Von D Beauty, has since taken to Instagram Story on Thursday to share their assist for his or her founder: Kat Von D Beauty sends their founder their assist after her Nazi and anti-vax denial. / (c) Kat Von D Beauty/InstagramDifferent reactions on Twitter have been much less sort. Take a glance: Kat Von D telling her viewers she’s Latina as assist for why she’s not anti semitic is laughable. — Emmy Lou (@EmilyASandler) March 14, 2019 Towards the top of her video Kat von d’s eyeliner transferred onto her lid like a illness to an unvaxxed baby pic.twitter.com/rrvQu3NADB — SimSim 🧜‍♀️ (@jaevla_klisje) March 14, 2019 kat von d’s apology video simply made me dislike her much more, she didnt tackle all of the nazi “art” her husbands made & began her protection with “im latina” lol simply bc ur a racial minority doesn’t imply ur not anti-semitic, & she principally mentioned shes nonetheless anti-vax lmao what a joke — natalie (@natippo15) March 14, 2019 So if #katvond isn’t anti-Semitic… why has she been in relationships with a number of males who’ve a historical past of anti-semitism?? Whether or not the picture was solid is totally irrelevant. Who she chooses to affiliate with speaks volumes about her. — spillthetea (@ggspillthetea) March 14, 2019 @KATVONDbeauty OHHH so that you imply you remorse telling everybody that you simply didn’t plan to vaccinate your child as a result of it precipitated such an uproar. Pockets feeling a bit empty? Not an antivaxxer however nonetheless don’t plan to vaccinate. Sure. Ok. Got it. #katvond #antivaxxer — JennaHarris (@jhairesss) March 14, 2019 Kat Von D deleted this publish however now she’s saying she’s not an anti vaxxer in a video she posted…. wtf??? pic.twitter.com/rvQn2sQRyJ — brynne (@BrynneMaghan) March 14, 2019 What do U take into consideration the controversy?? Sound OFF within the feedback (under)! [Image via Kat Von D/YouTube.] … Read extra at perezhilton.com/kat-von-d-nazi-antivax-rumors-video/