Megyn Kelly blasts ‘non-breasted’ Dylan Mulvaney over Nike sports bra ads

Megyn Kelly lashed out at Dylan Mulvaney over the “non-breasted’ transgender social media influencer’s deal to pitch sports bras for Nike.

“Nike sponsoring Dylan Mulvaney now for a f–king sports bra,” Kelly said during Tuesday’s edition of “The Megyn Kelly Show” on SiriusXM.

“I’m sorry, Dylan doesn’t have breasts.”

“Dylan’s been taking some sort of a hormone that has turned Dylan into some … I don’t know what’s happening there, but those are not breasts.”

“And Dylan doesn’t need any sort of a bra — never mind a sports bra,” according to Kelly.

She said that women who “know what it’s like to wear a bra” would not “be inspired to buy one based on non-breasted Dylan Mulvaney prancing around in a Nike sports bra.”

Mulvaney has become a lightning rod for criticism after the influencer entered into marketing partnerships with the apparel giant and Bud Light’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch.

Kelly also went on to say Mulvaney is not an ideal spokesperson because the influencer “appears to have an eating disorder.”

“Just gonna say it,” Kelly said, before adding: “Dylan is about 40 pounds soaking wet.”

“So this should not be anybody’s spokesperson for anything.”

“If there were a woman who looked like that, she couldn’t get an endorsement because they say she clearly is unwell,” Kelly said.

On Wednesday’s show, Kelly said: “Look how many sponsorships Dylan Mulvaney is getting now, even for bras and women’s facial cream, aging facial cream.”“Like why? Did we run out of biological women to sell bras?”

“I started this whole journey very compassionate towards the trans community,” Kelly said, noting that she has relatives who are transgender.

“I saw the bullying, and I saw how tough it was… before it was a thing, before it was okay, when it was still very stigmatized,” Kelly said of the trans experience.

She added: “I had nothing but compassion. I feel differently now. I feel like it’s gone too far.”

“They’re getting rid of male and female on birth certificates,” Kelly said.

“Doctors in the hospital are not allowed to ask whether you’re a man or a woman or tell their residents… it’s considered offensive. We can’t say ‘breastfeed.’ That’s offensive.”

Kelly criticized “the parodies of us [women] by people like Dylan and others.”

“These people who are all over TikTok more and more saying, ‘What’s normal is trans… cis, that’s what’s abnormal… What’s normal is the freedom of being a trans person and choosing.’ No, wrong!”

She added: “So I am less and less compassionate by the day, and it seems like that makes me even more so.”The Post has sought comment from Mulvaney’s representatives as well as from Anheuser-Busch and Nike.

The two brands have come under fire in recent weeks from conservative critics who decried the decision to feature Mulvaney in ad campaigns.

Mulvaney, a TikTok influencer with more than 10 million followers who transitioned from a man to a woman during the COVID pandemic, recently started promoting Nike and Bud Light products on her social media accounts.Last week, she unveiled her paid partnership with Nike by posing in a sports bra.

The posts were seen by her 2 million followers on Instagram.

“Alert the media — I’m entering my workout era,” Mulvaney wrote.

Her Bud Light partnership prompted high-profile names such as Kid Rock and Travis Tritt to vow a boycott of the beer.The backlash has also reportedly sparked concern from beer distributors that the controversy could hurt beer sales.

Squabbles have broken out at bars and distributors are canceling events featuring the iconic Budweiser Clydesdale horses.

The 26-year-old Mulvaney is also a pitchwoman for the Kate Spade fashion brand, which has also been criticized by conservatives.Mulvaney recently posted a TikTok clip showing her shopping at a Kate Spade retail location in New York’s Rockefeller Center.

The influencer is reported to have earned more than $1 million promoting products such as Ulta Beauty, Haus Labs, Crest, InstaCart, and CeraVe.



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