Skai Jackson SLAMS "Grown Men" For Constantly Asking When She Is Turning 18
"Can y’all grown men stop asking “ when are you gonna be 18” AND LET ME BREATHE... bye." Skai tweets.
5 February 2020 by Fonticha Tran
HOLLYWOOD - DEC 14: Skai Jackson at the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" World Premiere,
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On February 3, Skai Jackson slammed "grown men" for constantly asking her when she's going to turn 18 on Twitter.
Check out Skai's tweet below:
I "Can y’all grown men stop asking “ when are you gonna be 18” AND LET ME BREATHE... bye."
Skai's tweet comes after a Twitter user with the username "below-average sized p*nis" tweeted out:
I "is skai jackson 18? (asking for a friend)
To which Skai responded with a simple, "No. Bye."
How did fans react?
Fans quickly flooded Skai's comments section, insisting that Skai "expose" people like them. A fan also pointed out that even when Skai turned 18, it would still be inappropriate for older men to sexualize her, whilst another expressed concern that once she turned 18, she would more sexualized tweets targeted at her.
I "drake’s been texting skai jackson, i see"
For those who don't know, Anna is referencing the controversy surrounding Drake and his tendency to text underage girls. Most notable names include Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) and American singer-songwriter, Billie Eilish (before Billie had turned 18.)
Skai, however, immediately responded with:
I "No he has not."
Unfortunately, it's common for young female celebrities to receive sexualized tweets about themselves on social media. Most recently, a sexualized tweet about Billie Eilish who had just turned 18, went viral on Twitter. Fans have since defended Billie and slammed the Twitter user for the inappropriate tweet.
In other news, Skai has recently created a second account, @nyc.prima, where she posts business or personal promos for a price. This comes after fans persistently asked Skai to promote their pages, etc. (Read more about it here).
Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates.
Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.