Drag Race legend Tatianna was banned from Twitter after dragging conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren.

The controversial TV personality received backlash for slamming American performer Taylor Swift, after she voiced her political views and support for LGBTQ rights for the first time.

The 28-year-old singer-songwriter was speaking out ahead of the midterm Senate elections in November, in which she promised to cast her vote based on whichever candidate will “protect and fight” for human rights.

She also criticised Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn, saying “her voting record in Congress” is appalling.

Shortly after, Tomi tweeted: “Taylor, you’re wrong. I’m so Marsha Blackburn ALL the way. Let’s be clear, I’m not with Taylor and I’m not with Kanye. I’m not for celebrities that pop off of shit they don’t understand. Period.”

Drag Race All Star Tatianna then dragged her for motherfucking filth, responding: “But wait you dumb fucking bitch… wasn’t Donald a fucking reality star? Aren’t you out here to become a fucking celeb? Trash ass bitch.”

Shortly after, Tatianna was placed in Twitter jail. “LOL! I’m in twitter jail!” she wrote on Instagram. “@twitter I didn’t threaten or harass… just responded to a dumb ass tweet from a trash ass bitch lol. See u in 12 hours twitter.”

Tomi is known for her controversial views. She describes herself as anti-feminist, is a major supporter of Donald Tr*mp, and once compared the Black Lives Matter movement to the Ku Klux Klan.

Tatianna’s Twitter has now been reinstated.

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