elliot-wolf - June 21, 2018
The name Bella boils down to beautiful, something Thorne has a hard time being. To be considered a beautiful woman you actually need to own a pulse. And Bella Thorne has yet to prove that she’s more than a hump and dump doll with only minor traces of actual human DNA. She also has a hard time committing to men because she’s a model. And models were the original pansexuals before the word even existed. They’re naturally sexually attracted to anyone or anything that gives them money. Bella is looking to prove she’s more than just an overhyped fun time with tits by kissing another overhyped fun time with tits. Bisexual Bella made out with her girlfriend on Instagram to “celebrate Pride month.” I guess “celebrating pride” for her is the euphemism and excuse she’s using for “open-minded and open-legged woman willing to do anything for attention and relevancy.”
Bella Thorne has spoken with Maxim about the difficulties that come with being a bisexual figure in show business. That hasn't stopped the former Disney star and Hot 100 entrant from posting pics of intimate moments with her sexy girlfriend for 17 million-plus Instagram followers.
Photos from Thorne and Instababe Tana Mongeau revealed that the duo shared a beachside embrace and kiss in Hawaii. "V happy to spend a lil bit of pride month w u in Maui," Mongeau captioned another post to commemorate June's LGBT celebration.
I’m happy for Bella, I truly am. But this bisexual thing is a phase. She’ll never be able to have a proper model retirement if she sticks to just sleeping with hot women. Because hot women have huge boobs, not huge bank accounts. Women who genuinely like other women typically have a tinge of testosterone in the face. They’re the Ellen Degeneres, Ruby Roses, and Cara Delevingnes of the world. Bella just looks like that girl at the party willing to do just about anything after two cans of Coors Light. Only gay for pay and when under the influence.
Photo Credit: Instagram
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