Anti-Lena Dunham Sentiment Manifests Via Graffiti Throughout Various L Train Subway Stops

November 11, 2014 Comments Off on Anti-Lena Dunham Sentiment Manifests Via Graffiti Throughout Various L Train Subway Stops 1090 Celebrity Infiltration, News
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In the aftermath of Lena Dunham’s sex scandal with her sister, Grace, who has been holed up at La Bouche ever since, the anti-Dunham sentiment in Bushwick, one of the three¬†North Brooklyn areas Girls uses as its film set, has reached a crescendo. An anonymous graffiti tagger (or possibly several in a group working together) has scrawled over ads for her book, Not That Kind of Girl, opting to cross out the word “Girl” in favor of a more scathing moniker, “Child Molester.”

Graffiti over Not That Kind of Girl ad off Morgan

Graffiti over Not That Kind of Girl ad off Morgan

The handiwork has taken place off every L train stop from Bedford to Dekalb, with no leads as to who the perpetrator might be–though it’s likely to be The Wicked Bitch of Bushwick, or whoever is responsible for the fecal incidents taking place all over town–or maybe even Grace Dunham herself. Fortunately for Lena Dunham, no subway ad can stay.

Written by Genna Rivieccio

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