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People Are Shaming Simone Biles for Her Hair . . . Again

Simone Biles

You might think that being the most awarded U.S. gymnast of all time would excuse people from criticizing your hair. But for Olympian Simone Biles, the comments about her locs just keep rolling in.

According to Teen Vogue, the superstar athlete recently made her debut as a Houston Texans cheerleader and posted a picture to Instagram of her historymaking accomplishment as the squad’s first honorary member.

“I had such an amazing experience cheering at the Texans Game ❤️ Definitely a memory to last forever!”

I had such an amazing experience cheering at the Texans Game ❤️ Definitely a memory to last forever!

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In good social media fashion, some fans congratulated Biles on yet another accomplishment, while others took time out of their day to come for her hair.

Well, it turns out that Biles has had enough of the ridiculous criticism. The gold medalist took to Twitter to address the building controversy.

“I have 1 question to everyone commenting about my hair when I genuinely look happy in the photo,” Biles tweeted. “Do you look perfect ALL the time?  everything in perfect order.?”

“just came straight from a 4 hour practice w/my hair in a bun,” she wrote. “excuse my hair … hahah.”

Now to end with the positive.

“THANK YOU for being a positive inspiration to young girls,” __________drew____ wrote.

“I think you look so amazing! Congrats on the new gig:),” maggie_lil_lab shared.

“Way to inspire people the country and our state you could be bald and still be fabulous what’s wrong with people❗️,” wrote rockindadsbackup.

“Congratulations, you’re a great role model. God bless!,” shared.

Do you always, Ms. Biles.


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