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The transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, who cost Anheuser-Busch over $1 billion in sales last year after teaming up with Bud Light for a partnership back in April, is being slammed for celebrating International Women’s Day with the singer Lady Gaga.

Mulvaney Celebrates International Women’s Day

Mulvaney, 27, took to social media to post photos and videos with Lady Gaga as the two of them appeared to be attending an event with Haus Labs, which is the “Bad Romance” singer’s cosmetic brand, and the pharmaceutical company Clinuvel.

“I’m putting you on my vision board, for life,” Gaga gushed to Mulvaney in one clip, with the transgender influencer replying, “I love you.”

Unfortunately for Mulvaney, however, this immediately backfired, as social media users let it be known that the International Women’s Day post was nothing short of insulting, according to Daily Mail.

“This is so degrading to REAL women,” one social media user responded, with another adding, “I actually see two men.”

“Why’s Dylan representing. He’s ‘NOT’ a woman. What an insult to us ‘REAL’ women. Quit invading our territory,” a third user commented. A fourth person wrote, “Shout out to all the real women! Not men playing dress up.”

Related: Indiana Bar Begs Customers To Come Back After Banning Those Who Slam Bud Light’s Dylan Mulvaney Campaign

Mulvaney’s History With Bud Light

After Mulvaney teamed up with Bud Light for a partnership last year, conservatives launched a highly effective boycott of the brand that resulted in its parent company Anheuser-Busch losing $1.4 billion in 2023, “primarily due to the volume declined of Bud Light,” according to CNN, citing the brewer’s fourth-quarter earnings report.

“In the U.S., performance remains very underwhelming with revenue down at double-digit rates as the group lost market share,” said Aarin Chiekrie, an equity analyst at online investing platform Hargreaves Lansdown.

Mulvaney abandoned Bud Light almost immediately after the boycott began.

“For a company to hire a trans person and then not publicly stand by them is worse than not hiring a trans person at all,” Mulvaney said in a video posted to social media in June of last year, according to Billboard. “It gives customers permission to be as transphobic and hateful as they want.”

“And the hate doesn’t end with me. It has serious and grave consequences for the rest of our community,” Mulvaney added. “And we’re customers too. I know a lot of trans and queer people who love beer.”

Mulvaney went on to claim to be “scared” to leave the house, and to be experiencing “a loneliness that I wouldn’t wish on anyone.”

“To turn a blind eye and pretend everything is OK — it just isn’t an option right now,” Mulvaney concluded. “And you might say, ‘But Dylan, I don’t want to get political.’ Babe, supporting trans people, it shouldn’t be political. There should be nothing controversial or divisive about working with us.”

Related: Dylan Mulvaney Launches Vile Attack On Conservatives – ‘Their Kids Are Calling Me Mother’

Mulvaney’s Standup Comedy Fail

Mulvaney most recently made headlines with a bizarre standup comedy routine bashing conservatives.

“The conservative men are just pissed because I can beat them in beer pong,” Mulvaney said.

“And the conservative women are pissed that their kids are calling me ‘mother’ in all of my Instagram comments,” Mulvaney added.

Liberals like Lady Gaga can prop Mulvaney up all that they want to, but it’s clear that the vast majority of the general public wants nothing to do with this transgender influencer. Bud Light learned a difficult lesson after teaming up with Mulvaney, and it wouldn’t be surprising if Lady Gaga is in for the same thing!

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