Milo Yiannopoulous has not had the best week. His #1 bestselling book on Amazon ‘Dangerous’ was just pulled by publishing company Simon & Schuster, he recently resigned from the ultra popular right-leaning news website, Breitbart News, and was most recently the victim of a coordinated political character assassination.
A video that has been online for well over a year on The Drunken Peasants Podcast, seemed to indicate that Yiannopoulos, himself a victim of sexual molestation at the age of 13 and self-proclaimed conservative provocateur, had promoted hebephilia.
Just shortly after his resignation from Breitbart, and in response to his header logo at the top of his resignation letter, Twitter lunged after Milo’s logo. References were made to various sorts of metal, nu-rave bands or even a dubstep DJ logo. See for yourself and decide!
milo's logo is fully within the zone of "local DJ who exclusively works in boregore remixes" pic.twitter.com/LyovRzsG24
— ▲ Catecorgi III ▲ (@corgzone) February 21, 2017
All that's left of Milo is his discount Skrillex logo pic.twitter.com/bOI56fy3jN
— John Hendrickson (@JohnGHendy) February 21, 2017
Milo resigns to become a nu-rave band from circa 2007 pic.twitter.com/Y57Hs5wQ01
— Nick Miller (@NickMiller79) February 21, 2017
why does milo yiannopoulos have a hair metal logo? pic.twitter.com/roU5DScKoT
— David Failkips (@DavidFailkips) February 5, 2017
First I thought Milo’s logo looked like he was in a metal band. Now I can’t unsee that it kinda looks like a person…preparing to be entered? pic.twitter.com/0ppvzOiKa1
— Courtenay Hameister (@Wisenheimer) February 21, 2017
h/t: FACT Magazine