With his red sweater and earnest questions about energy policy at the Clinton/Trump town hall debate, Kenneth Bone quickly became a shorthand for all that is right about American democracy: mutual respect, caring about the issues, and the truly unifying power of a pun on the word “bone.” Kenneth spent most of this week touring TV studios, packing in a schedule of public appearances of which any political commentator would be envious.
He’s even slated to be one of the guests on a special live edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
airing after the third presidential debate.
The first rumblings of discontent came when Ken started cashing in on his newfound fame (as any of us would, really), posting an illegal ad for Uber’s luxury car service Uber Select on Twitter on Thursday (his following on the social-media network has skyrocketed from seven, two of which were his grandma, to 237,000 and climbing.) Ken’s de-beatification was made complete, however, after he was invited to host an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.
Lawrence herself has said of the stolen images, “Anybody who looked at those pictures, you’re perpetuating a sexual offense.