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NFL Star Blasts Stylist Who Criticized His Wife’s Wedding Gown: ‘An Evil Thing To Post’

Last Updated 2 weeks by Amnon J. Jobi | Amnon Front Page

NFL star Christian McCaffrey responded to a stylist who publicly criticized his wife, Olivia Culpo, for choosing to wear a modest wedding gown.

The couple just got married last weekend. The San Francisco 49ers running back, 28, responded to stylist Kennedy Bingham’s video in which she questioned Culpo’s choice to wear a long-sleeved, high-neck Dolce & Gabbana ballgown to convey how seriously she took her vows.

Bingham described the bride’s wedding day look as “nothing” and having an “absence of personality.”


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Bingham also railed against Culpo’s interview with Vogue, where she discussed her decision to gown choice.

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“I wanted something that felt as serious as that commitment,” Culpo told the outlet.

Bingham said that while she thinks there’s “nothing wrong” with modest dressing, she felt uncomfortable with Culpo’s motivations. She said, “[the] way that [Culpo] was talking about this went beyond just wanting something modest for herself and pushing this idea of what she thinks all brides should look like.”

“It has been documented that it does not matter what women wear; they will be sexualized if someone wants to sexualize them,” the stylist insisted.

Bingham also said it was “weird” for Culpo to wear a modest dress because she always doesn’t dress that way. She accused the new bride of having a “conservative agenda.”

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She also mentioned in the clip that the wedding dress designer, Dolce & Gabbana, has come under fire in the past for supporting traditional families and rejecting what they called “chemical children, a rented uterus, semen selected from a catalog.”

McCaffrey didn’t mince words when reacting to the post. “What an evil thing to post online. I hope you can find joy and peace in the world, the way my beautiful wife does,” he commented.

Culpo also clapped back. “Wow what an absolutely evil person you are, I hope no one ever tears you apart in this way because it’s extremely hurtful. I love this dress and it was everything I ever wanted and more,” she wrote.

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Bingham replied, “So we just aren’t going to acknowledge how your words come across to other people or the background of the designers you’re supporting? Like I said, the dress is beautiful and you look stunning. It’s everything surrounding it I didn’t agree with.”

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