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UFC fighter Andrea Lee is under fire after a controversial tattoo was spotted in a photo of her and her husband Donny Aaron on Twitter over the weekend. Lee, also known as “KGB,” posted photos of the two on a family lake trip, and Twitter was quick to point out Aaron was sporting a swastika tattoo on his upper forearm.
Andrea ‘KGB’ Lee’s husband has a swastika tattooed on his forearm. pic.twitter.com/NTntH0paRr— Flyin’ Brian J (@FlyinBrianJ) June 2, 2018
Lee fought back at the accusations of the two being racist, calling those tweeting at her “sensitive ass mofos” and saying she isn’t racist because the married couple has “an Asian and a black guy” living with them. As if that matters.
It's just a Nazi tattoo. You "sensitive ass mofos." pic.twitter.com/RbQ6A6BHi6— JE Snowden (@JESnowden) June 2, 2018
The UFC fighter deleted her original tweet of the two—and the swastika—and reposted it with Aaron’s tattoo cropped out of the picture. However, MMA journalist Jonathan Snowden and others preserved the original tweets before it was too late.
Lee’s Twitter has quieted down since the accusations, and the UFC has yet to make a comment on the matter.
H/T: The Big Lead
Kristen Hubby is a tech and lifestyle reporter. Her writing focuses on sex, pop culture, streaming entertainment, and social media, with an emphasis on major platforms like Snapchat, YouTube, and Spotify. Her work has also appeared in Austin Monthly and the Austin American-Statesman, where she covered local news and the dining scene in Austin, Texas.