Singer Blake Shelton has a number of impressive titles, Country music star, judge on NBC's "The Voice", and People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive", but some rather ugly social media posts have surfaced from Shelton's past and may add some unflattering new names to that list.
Whispey neckbeard confirms he's a real man, and not a caramel macchiato fan— Billy: An online persona different from the person (@Your_Pal_Billy) November 15, 2017
Ken... all this means is he could probably run for president soon— Shawn (@shawnsJays) November 15, 2017
I'm scratching my head over how he thinks gay men are attracted to lesbians. 🤔— Tom tilts for men (@Defiler_Wyrm) November 16, 2017
I really don't understand the Chuck Taylor thing. Is that some obscure stereotype that has eluded me?— Name cannot be blank (@Henke2020) November 15, 2017
I know these things are bought by publicists, and it's silly to care, but it feels like People could've put like 2 more minutes of thought into this.— Ken Tremendous (@KenTremendous) November 15, 2017
In the year of ultimate gaslighting, this is just one step too far.— Anil Dash (@anildash) November 15, 2017
only reason why blake shelton voted sexiest man alive cause everyone else a sex offender— young sosa (@chulomang) November 15, 2017
"...I deeply apologize to anybody who may have been offended."— K. Scott Bailey (@KevBaile) November 15, 2017
That's not how this works, Blake. That's not how this works at ALL.
Excusing your bigotry as "humor" and apologizing IF anybody was offended (shouldn't we be?) is as gross as who you REALLY are— Amanda (@AMO78) August 20, 2016
H/T - Twitter