Former Pussycat Doll Kaya Jones roasted for criticizing gender-neutral bathrooms

Lauren Holter

Kaya Jones has been an outspoken supporter of President Trump, and commented on yet another divisive topic over the weekend.

The former Pussycat Dolls member tweeted a video of a sign for a gender-neutral bathroom, asking how her followers would feel about their children using the bathroom in question. Most responses rebuked her transphobic view, however, and many made fun of Jones in the process.

Jones responded to those pointing out that the bathroom she videoed was meant for one person at a time by explaining that her problem wasn’t with single-use restrooms. She also went on to call herself “a true warrior” for her gender because she doesn’t want men walking into women’s restrooms, adding that she didn’t understand why her views were controversial.

Jones, who’s a member of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, previously sparked outrage when she tweeted that detained immigrant children looked like “MS13 soldiers,” referring to the criminal gang the president often brings up when disparaging immigrants.

But the left will have you believe they are babies being ripped from their mothers arms. Babies don’t have facial hair!” Jones posted in June along with a photo of teenage immigrants.

Her bathroom post signaled that the backlash she faced for her MS-13 comment hasn’t deterred her from sharing her conservative political views on social media.

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