Simone Biles responds to criticism from Christian group over Uber Eats Ad

Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles responded to the criticism from "One Million Moms," a conservative Christian group
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Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles responded to the criticism from "One Million Moms," a conservative Christian group, for her appearance in Uber Eats commercials alongside "Queer Eye" star Jonathan Van Ness.

"The world we live in makes me sad, but I’d do x1000000 more commercials with you just to piss everyone off!" Biles wrote Monday night on Twitter in response to an NBC News story containing the criticism.

"The LGBTQIA will always have my support and feel welcome on my socials."

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