Tegan Zayne Says Wesley Woods Is A “Hypocrite” Who Is “Making A Name Off Of Drama” For Criticizing Colby Keller
Last summer, gay porn star Tegan Zayne made headlines when he spoke out against people for criticizing his co-star Colby Keller and Keller’s now infamous vote for Donald Trump, and today, he’s doing it all over again. After filming with Keller for Falcon Studios last July—right after Keller had angered fans and peers by comparing Hillary Clinton to Trump—Zayne took to Twitter (as seen above and below) to mock and marginalize those fans and peers by labeling them “brainwashed,” and looking to “make a scapegoat” out of Keller:
One of the most outspoken critics of Colby Keller and his vote for Trump was gay porn star Wesley Woods, who wrote an open letter in September of last year, calling out Keller for his vote, his “white male privilege,” and more. An excerpt of Woods’ letter, ICYMI:
I understand why [Keller] did it- he is a white man who can blend REAL QUICK with his surroundings- he (and I) have NOTHING TO LOSE. What a disgrace to others who do not live a life where that opportunity exists. He OPENLY and PROUDLY voted AGAINST anyone who feels marginalized. Colby, you and I will never fully understand how it feels to live a life of oppression.
It’s been seven months since the letter and nine months since Zayne originally took to Twitter to defend Keller, but Zayne is apparently still bothered, as he’s taken to Twitter yet again today with a bizarre rant aimed at Wesley Woods. Zayne launched his unprovoked tirade by responding to Chi Chi LaRue, who was simply promoting an upcoming gig with her and Woods:
Irony aside (Tegan Zayne, accusing someone else of trying to “make a name off of drama,” and “tearing people down who haven’t done anything wrong“?), it’s not clear how Wesley Woods was being a “hypocrite” for being critical of Colby Keller, or how he was “masquerading” as anything by merely sharing his own political opinions, which were in response to someone else who had shared their own controversial political opinions. Reality check: Strongly disagreeing with people, calling them out, and explaining why you think they’re wrong is not “tearing people down who haven’t done anything wrong.” It’s called voicing your opinion, just like the other person voiced their opinion.
Debate and disagreement are concepts generally taught and understood in elementary school, but in this Trumpian era, facts and opinions shared in those disagreements are now being labeled as “bandwagoning hate” (whatever that even means) by people like Tegan Zayne:
In his letter to Keller, Woods repeatedly called out white privilege and identified the negative effects it has, but according to Tegan Zayne—who, again, is bothered by Wesley Woods for calling out Colby Keller’s white privilege—calling out white privilege is actually a form of white privilege, in and of itself? LOL.
Wesley Woods, take it away: