The Gartners are known for their body rub, and they’re no strangers to being the subject of online mockery.
But now, their Instagram feed has become a major battleground for the internet’s ongoing battle over the body rub debate.
After all, this is Instagram, and the Gartens’ body rub is popular with millions of followers, but it also has critics.
The family’s Instagram feed recently garnered more than 6 million views, and some of its more notorious comments have been deleted.
But the family’s comments on the Garteys’ Instagram feed remain.
And they’ve gotten more attention recently than they’ve had in years.
In fact, the family has received hundreds of thousands of likes and comments, many of which have been racist, misogynistic and misogynist, according to Recode.
One comment by a user named kimberlymichael said: “You arent hot enough for the ladies, because I like the ladies that I fuck.
You can’t get enough of the Gortons!”
A post by a man named samuelmiller, who is black, said: “@samuelmillington I am so sorry, you’re the one with the bad skin, and your mother, too.”
And a comment by an anonymous user named brianbrian said: @samuelmorris you look like your parents.
I am not sure why you’re not with them.
It’s not about the skin.
You have no right to complain.
It just doesn’t seem right.
One commenter even called the Garts “the worst people ever.”
The family has responded to the controversy on their Instagram account, writing: “This has been a hard day, but our family has stood for the right to be judged.
We have a right to our opinions and we will continue to speak out on issues that affect us.
The people we love, the people who love us, we will fight for them.
The truth is we all have a lot in common, and we are all trying to make the world a better place.
We love you all and know you love us.
We are not going anywhere.”
A Facebook page called “We the People: The Gartez Family” has also been started, with several users responding to the comments.
In a post titled “Dear #BlackLivesMatter,” one user called the family “a family with the worst skin on Earth.”
A comment on the group says: I hope you are not trying to justify your comments.
You are not a human being.
We live in a world that doesn’t care.
We do not live in your world.
We don’t have the luxury of being able to be able to say or think what you do.
We know what we do and what we are.
I would like to know what you have to say to the people that have not only mocked you, but have done this to your family.
Are you trying to use the black community to make yourself a martyr?
You know what is a martyr is somebody that is willing to go to prison for something that doesn-t matter.
Do you think your life is a miracle?
And when the world doesn’t see your miracle, when you are able to go and be the same, then maybe it is time for you to go.
The Garts have not responded to requests for comment.
In their response, the Gairs wrote: We have been in this industry for a long time, and have never taken it lightly.
We feel the need to say that we love our family, that we know them personally and have been there for them throughout their struggles.
We understand how challenging this is for them and we understand that they are a small, but influential minority in this community.
Our family will always stand by the truth, and will continue fighting for all of us who are fighting for justice.