Lindsay Lohan’s Latest Bizarre Instagram Live

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Lindsay Lohan’s Latest Bizarre Instagram Live

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This week, Lindsay Lohan posted a very strange video on Instagram Live. Prior to the video, she was seen clubbing in Moscow on her other Instagram live stories and drinking heavily. In the video, she claims to be showing her fans and attempting to help a “Syrian refugee family.” She first begins to cordially ask them their story, and then starts accusing them of human traficng in a strange, non-English accent. She then says she’s taking the kids and yells that the family is “ruining Arab culture.”

Soon after, the mother of the family strikes Lohan in the face and she runs away, crying, still filming on Instagram live. Lohan soon took the story down, but not before many could record it.

As an Arab myself, I honestly find Lohan’s continual appropriation and misrepresentation of Arab “culture” to be reprehensible. The whole video was…bizarre. I don’t know what substances she had taken prior to the video, but it definitely isn’t something that needed to be broadcast to 6.7 million followers.

What do you think? Had you heard about the video? Should Lindsay be held accountable for her actions?


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Maya Cribbs

Maya Cribbs

October 4, 2018at 1:33 pm

I definitely haven’t heard about this video until now. The last I saw of Lindsay was her cringey dancing in Mykonos. With her history, a live video like this is not surprising in the slightest. I’m sure you aren’t the only one who is offended and applauded by her recent behavior and appropriation of Arab culture. With how quick journalists are to pounce on those who act this way on the web, I’m really shocked that I haven’t seen more about this in the media yet. Maybe it’s a good thing though, because I’m sure the whole thing was just a cry for attention. Sorry Lindsey, you’re irrelevant.

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