RuPaul shades hilarious knock off Christmas ornament


 

Christmas is just around the corner and it seems like RuPaul's Drag Race fans are truly getting into the holiday spirit. 

Twitter was in hysterics this week when several users posted images of an unofficial “Drag Race” tree decoration, prompting some serious shade from Mama Ru.

“Someone on my timeline posted that they got this @RuPaul Christmas ornament from Wish,” posted @PrinceCatEyez. “And that they were upset with it. I can see why! It looks like Jennifer Holiday in mid-performance!”

RuPaul re-tweeted the image with the simple message, “Unauthorized Crap. #RuinedChristmas”

 

 The Christmas decoration features painted on lashes, purple shadow and a black lines we suspect are either eyeliner or eye shadow. The unauthorized ornament sported a crooked smile, complete with a red lip.

The listing description reads: "This RuPaul ornament will add charisma, uniqueness, never, and talent to your holiday decor. Crafted from molten glass that is mouth-blown into meticulously carved molds, each ornament is basically "couture," as it is hand-painted, beaded, glued, and glittered." The cursed decoration can be yours for just $24!

Even former “Drag Race” contestants were getting in on the laughs. All Stars 3 winner Trixie Mattel joked that she “just bought a dozen” of the  

Ru quickly responded, “Catch me outside, bitch!”

 

Shea Coulee joined in too, writing on Twitter: “Yes. I spent $24 on the RuPaul ornament, but that’s because I believe in supporting mother, because she’s done so much for me.”

 

 

Meanwhile Bob the Drag Queen decided to enhance the products with a bit of photo-editing after tweeting, “I bet Lady Bunny is behind these.”

 

 

 The Drag Race host later tweeted photos of her official Christmas ornament beside the viral knockoff version, with the hashtag #PussyHoCouldNever.

 

  
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