Actor, Omari Hardwick has come under fire for his double kiss with Beyonce which left the ‘Crazy In Love’ singer looking unimpressed. The incident happened during a commercial break at the NAACP Image Awards over the weekend.
The video was published by It’sYaboyTrag onto Twitter.
— It'sYaboyTrag (@ItsYaBoyTrag) March 31, 2019
Beyonce fans are furious with the actor. One user said “2nd kiss was unnecessary & uncomfortable. Don’t do that again. We women so often get touched, kissed, groped & poked in instances exactly like this (at an event, at work, etc). WE DON’T LIKE IT. It’s time to no longer let these moments of discomfort slide. I’m glad that my tweet was able to start a conversation on something so important to me and the many females in my life. Respecting the physical boundaries of women. There is so much to this conversation and so much work that needs to be done. From serious and crippling
#metoo and #timesup cases all the way down to casual instances like this that make us women just down right uncomfortable!”
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