Serena Williams Wins Sixth Wimbledon Title + J.K. Rowling Comes to Her Defense

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Congratulations are in order for Serena Williams seeing as the beautiful tennis champ won her sixth Wimbledon title earlier today, but her big day hasn’t managed to shut up Twitter trolls. But it’s no biggie when “Harry Potter” writer JK Rowling is on your side.

Gossip Cop writes:

As Gossip Cop reported, Williams won her sixth Wimbledon title in London earlier Saturday, and Rowling was one of the many celebrities who took to Twitter to congratulate the superstar athlete. The Harry Potter writer sent out a number of celebratory tweets, including one that read, “#SerenaSlam! I love her. What an athlete, what a role model, what a woman!”

In response, a Twitter user named Rob with the handle “@diegtristan8,” wrote, “ironic then that main reason for her success is that she is built like a man.” The judgment did NOT sit well with Rowling, who has become known for her epic replies to Twitter haters.

Rowling fired back with two photos of Williams in a curve-hugging, cleavage-showing red dress, writing, “.@diegtristan8 ‘she is built like a man.’ Yeah, my husband looks just like this in a dress. You’re an idiot.”

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  1. My mom and aunt just came back from seeing her play. They said she is awesome and nice. People can’t stand she wins and find ways to dehumanize her like they do with most black woman.

  2. I think Serena’s body is one of the best actually. She doesn’t look like a man to me. People are stupid.

    1. People are just salty she keeps beating these white women. But she’s the GOAT. They need to just get used to it.

  3. Serena’s body is the business! You can just tell she wakes up every morning and bathes in white tears. She’s flawless.

  4. Serena has been keeping people pressed for many years now. I’m sure she’s somewhere celebrating and too busy to care what some ignorant troll thinks about her body, the same body that got her six Wimbledon titles.

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