The 26-year-old freeskier is not here for Ivanka, no ma’am. 

US Olympian Gus Kenworthy doesn’t give a toss who he offends, does he?

Last year, he said he would refuse an invitation to the White House while Donald Trump is president because of his “direct attack on the LGBT community”. Then, he threw some epic shade at Mike Pence because of his anti-LGBTQ track record (yaaas).

Now, the out athlete has shaded the hell out of Ivanka Trump…

He tweeted: “So proud of all these people! Everybody here has worked so hard to make it to the Olympics and have the opportunity to walk in the closing ceremony! Well… Everyone except Ivanka. Honestly, tf is she doing here??”

Gus then threw some light-hearted shade at figure skater Adam Rippon, who he has developed a close bond with since competing in the Olympics.

“Two weeks ago, at opening ceremonies, we met and a friendship began. Today, at closing ceremonies, it ends. @Adaripp, please stop calling me. You’re honestly starting to get v clingy and I can’t anymore.”

Earlier this month, Gus and Adam made headlines when they shared a kiss in defiance of Mike Pence.

Gus also went viral after he shared a kiss with his boyfriend Matthew Wilkas – a cute moment that was captured live on camera.

Following the event, Kenworthy told The Guardian: “I didn’t even know that that was a televised moment at all, but I think that’s amazing.

“That’s something that I wanted at the last Olympics was to share a kiss with my boyfriend at the bottom and it was something that I was too scared to do for myself.

“And so to be able to do that, to give him a kiss, to have that affection broadcasted for the world is incredible.”

He then continued, saying: “I think that the only way to really change perceptions, break down homophobia, break down barriers is through representation. That’s definitely not something I had as a kid.

“I definitely didn’t see a gay athlete at the Olympics kissing their boyfriend and I think that if I had it would have made it a lot easier for me, so hopefully it did that for other people.”

This Winter Olympics was the first where Gus competed as an openly gay athlete after he came out in an interview with ESPN in October 2015.

“I don’t think I could have ever come out as a gay athlete 30 years ago and expected to be successful in my sport,” said Kenworthy. “My story’s indicative of change.”

The 2018 Winter Olympics concluded on 25 February. 

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