Twitter erupted on Tuesday when the news of John Gailliano’s firing from Dior remarks made it’s way to the social media world. The tweets were flying fast and furiously in every language imaginable, ranging from the expected humorous cracks to utter disgust with him and his “I love Hitler” anti-Semitic rant made public just days earlier.
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