White House's topless trans TikToker 'apologizes' to 'vile' haters for baring breasts in 'moment of overwhelming trans joy'

Montoya attacked critics, saying he didn't intend for his "little moment of trans joy to be weaponized by vile people of the opposition."

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The trans-identifying Tiktoker who sparked backlash for posing topless with his breasts on display at a White House Pride event has finally released an ‘apology’ video. Rose Montoya, who was born male and identifies as a woman and uses she/her/they/them pronouns, went viral earlier this week for removing his dress on the White House lawn, during the Pride Party event hosted by President Biden. 

After briefly posing for a Tiktok video with the President, Montoya proceeded to shake his silicone breasts while standing beside two topless trans women showing off their double mastectomy scars. In the original video, which has since been deleted, the trans activist, who has nearly 800,000 followers on Tiktok, met with President Biden declaring ‘Trans Rights are Human Rights’ before posing with other trans influencers, including Jazz Jennings.

The event, which featured several hundred LGBT guests, including children, was hosted by President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, who both spoke to guests, with the president declaring trans people “are the most brave and inspiring people I have ever known” while the First Lady chimed in, “You belong."

After the video went viral and was reported across multiple media outlets, including The Post Millennial, Montoya posted a response by attacking conservatives stating, “[C]onservatives trying to use the video of me topless at the White House to try and call the community groomers. Firstly, going topless in Washington D.C. is legal and I fully support the movement to free the nipple because why is my chest now deemed inappropriate?” While being topless in DC may be legal, as the Tiktoker suggested, on federal land, including The White House, local laws do not apply. His video response has now been deleted across all of his social media platforms.

However, in a brand new video posted earlier today, the Tiktoker has now claimed to be taking accountability and issued an apology for his shocking behavior: “Today I need to apologize…in a quick moment of overwhelming trans joy I decided to do something unbecoming as a guest of the President.” He also issued an apology to the LGBT community and president, saying, “I would also like to apologize to my own community the 2SLGBTQI+ community and last but not least would like to apologize to the President, The White House and the nation.” During the ‘apology’ video, he continued to attack critics by saying he never intended for “my little moment of trans joy to be weaponized by vile people of the opposition.”

His apology to the President comes after The White House issued a statement banning Montoya from attending any future events and calling his behavior “disappointing.” The statement slammed the influencer's actions saying, “This behavior is inappropriate and disrespectful for any event at the White House. It is not reflective of the event we hosted to celebrate LGBTQI+ families or the other hundreds of guests who were in attendance." The statement concluded by banning the Tiktoker, stating that 'individuals in the video will not be invited to future events.”

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