“Basic respect for your partner is now being labeled as ‘misogynistic’ from insecure women”
The Malibu-based director and actor Jonah Hill was comprehensively lashed in the public square yesterday when his surf instructor ex Sarah Brady dumped screenshots of what she claimed were private text messages between the pair on her instagram account.
Brady split from Hill almost two years ago whereupon Hill found love with fashion maven Olivia Millar who is now the mother of his new kid.
Sharp-eyed paparazzi first photographed Hill and Millar, the co-founder of the online vintage shopping site Chasseresse, in a passionate clutch near Malibu; Hill in scarlet surf trunks pushing his hot hollow against the port thigh of Miller in a green and gold bikini.
Perhaps related to Hill becoming a daddy and finding joy with another gal, Brady lit a very public bonfire with the fusilldade of unflattering texts claiming it was for the benefit of her mental health. Response was mostly on the side of Brady, you go girl, smash the patriarchy and so on, although support for Hill has started to come from the most unlikely source… conservatives.
Right-wing firebrand Candace Owens, a black author and talk show host who once appeared alongside Kanye West in a White Lives Matter tee and who says she “broke Black Lives Matter” with her documentary The Greatest Lie Ever Sold, has savaged Brady in a series of tweets to her almost four million followers.
“Women say there are no good men,” writes Owens. “The truth is there are plenty of good men but many women don’t want to rise to the level of being good women. Basic respect for yourself and your partner isn’t a tall ask. Again, there is nothing wrong with Jonah Hill’s leaked text messages.”
Women say there are no good men. The truth is there are plenty of good men but many women don’t want to rise to the level of being good women.
Basic respect for yourself and your partner isn’t a tall ask.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) July 8, 2023
Response, as expected from her followers, mostly agreed.
Nothing wrong with the above. He was respectful and stated clearly what he wanted to take the relationship to the next level. We should all strive to be this forthcoming in our relationships.
You can CLEARLY see she crossed boundaries based on his comment.
Her friends hyped her up and told her she could do better, she posted thirst traps, a man messaged her using surfing as bait and something happened.
Him: If your self-worth comes from being half naked, sexualizing yourself, and throwing yourself at men that have no respect for you; I support you. While this brings you happiness it makes me un-happy so I think it’s best we part ways.
Her: You’re misogynistic and a narcissist.
Agreed. This isn’t abuse, it’s defining the parameters of a relationship before two parties become deeply involved. This woman needs to visit a domestic abuse shelter for a wake-up call. Abusers don’t negotiate. They use manipulation and power control tactics to FORCEFULLY make you bend to their will.
Abusers don’t give checklists of behaviors that turn them off and then ask if you’re willing to compromise for the sake of the relationship
I agree. I’m a Latina woman, and although I’m no fan of Hollywood, I don’t see anything wrong with Mr. Hills requests.
She was in a relationship. He wanted her around people who were grounded and not hanging out with “male friends.” He asked for nothing unreasonable.
I don’t know what Jonah Hill is like, but that one text was pretty great. I read it and was like “wow, he actually has standards!”. It’s a green flag in my books.
Revenge is never pretty, of course, mud and blood and cum covers everyone including the supposed brave victim.
Hill, meanwhile, has maintained a dignified silence.