Julia Fox is asking her followers why in the world can white women get away with being “mediocre” and be paid so much to do it.
Julia Fox Is In A Conundrum
The actress hopped on TikTok with a query. “I found a blatant example of racism,” she claims from her bathtub. She points her anger at the modeling industry claiming “we know that there’s a few models that are like 5’2, 5’3, 5’4 that walks runways, regularly. We all roll our eyes, we all know the nepotism, were like all over it,” she says.
“Have you ever seen a 5’2 black girl or an Asian girl or brown girl, on a runway, I’ll wait,” she says cheekily with wide eyes and an inquiring look on her face. “There aren’t any,” she points out, tired of waiting.
She went on to ask, “why is it that women of color have to be extraordinary to be in the running, but white girls get away with being f*****g mediocre!” she reiterated her point. “Most of you are mediocre. Yeah.”
Julia Fox’s Followers Get It
Her comments were flooded with people who claimed to notice the same thing. “The only exception i can think of is probably devon aoki, and even she’s a nepo baby. u make a very valid point!!”
“Don’t forget that a majority of times they don’t have hairstylists that know how to do black hair!!!!” pointed out another follower.
Another follower admitted “I don’t understand the problem with short models anyway lol” Fox responded and agreed. “I wouldn’t have a problem with it either if everyone else was allowed to be short too.”
“Yesssss finally someone said it 👏🏾” wrote an excited fan of Fox. “When I was a model my agency told my black and Asian coworkers they had to be 2 sizes less than me because of the color of their skin,” chimed in a former model.
“This is a self read if I ever saw one,” pointed out a fan regarding the color of Julia’s skin.
Not Everyone Wants Julia Fox’s Help
While the model was mostly being praised there were still people who wanted to know why she was speaking for people of color in the first place. “Get a fucking life,’ wrote one follower.
“She’s not saying anything we don’t already know. Yt mediocrity is the standard. She’s also not gaining any brownie points with me by stating the obvious.”
Others accuse Julia Fox of looking for an invite to the cook with her new advocacy trend. “sis tryna eat some seasoned thanksgiving food at the cookout, but facts,” jokes one follower.
“Julia damn you can have a to go plate but you can not stay !! Please just come get two to go plates from the cook out ! You better not come with no one and no pictures !!! 😂” jokes another.
Whether she was looking for a delicious plate of food or not, she was speaking on an issue that should have some more light shined on it!