Shakira Slams Barbie Movie, Calling It ‘Emasculating’

In a world where men being masculine is deemed toxic, one celebrity boldly had enough courage to take on the woke mob. Recently, Shakira was faced with backlash after comments she made on Monday about the movie “Barbie.”

In an interview with Allure, the singer said that her sons, nine-year-old Sasha and 11-year-old Milan hated the 2023 movie.

“They felt that it was emasculating. And I agree, to a certain extent,” she said. “I’m raising two boys. I want them to feel powerful too [while] respecting women. I like pop culture when it attempts to empower women without robbing men of their possibility to be men, to also protect and provide.”

The movie, which made $1.4 billion worldwide and earned eight Oscar nominations, depicts the liberal mob’s definition of what a man should be and is an example of how masculinity is under attack. The movie is set in a time where women run things while men are seen as inferior and spend their time at the beach.

Meanwhile, in this day and age, women have been told that they can do it all, the 47-year-old said that it doesn’t mean that women should do it all.

“I believe in giving women all the tools and the trust that we can do it all without losing our essence, without losing our femininity,” said Shakira.

“I think that men have a purpose in society and women have another purpose as well. We complement each other, and that complement should not be lost.”

The “Hips Don’t Lie” singer has not been alone in criticizing the movie. The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh condemned the film, calling it “the most aggressively anti-man, feminist propaganda fest ever put to film.”

Ben Shapiro, the co-founder of The Daily Wire, was so disgusted by the film that he posted a video of him burning Barbie dolls with a BBQ lighter as he criticized the movie.

Democrat comedian Bill Maher also took a shot at the movie, calling it “man-hating.”

While the left continues to attack men for being men, it’s always refreshing to see others call out the absurdity of the left’s attack on masculinity, especially celebrities who risk being canceled.

The sad part is that a nine and 11-year-old could even tell that men are not supposed to be portrayed as weaklings.