Martha Stewart Claims Antoni Porowski Committed The Gravest Social Media Faux Pas
According to Martha Stewart, Antoni Porowski made a big mistake on social media. Antoni, the food expert on Queer Eye , reportedly angered Martha Stewart this past Tuesday when he didn't tag her in the photo with her dogs and another one with her horse.
The 35-year-old, Porowski, captioned a photo which stated, "with my clique at the Christmas party," and he captioned another one that stated, "socializing at Christmas parties." In response, Martha took to her account and pointed out his social media faux-pas.
Afterward, Porowski put up the photos once again but apologized to her in his Instagram Story as well. This isn't the first time Martha Stewart has been in the headlines again this year.
During a public appearence last month, Martha Stewart poked fun at Felicity Huffman following her imprisonment in the college admissions scandal. Paparazzi snapped a photograph of Felicity Huffman in her prison jumpsuit after she was sentenced to two weeks in the big house.
Martha Stewart poked fun at the star's outfit and stated she "looked a little bit frumpy." What made Martha's comment particularly salient was the fact she was also imprisoned once in the past. The star was convicted on insider trading charges and was subsequently sent to jail.
She famously wrote a book about it as well. Martha is often mentioned in conjunction with her prison sentence. In fact, earlier this year, during Tekashi 6ix9ine's testimony in which he was helping federal prosecutors convict two of his former associates, fans online began comparing Martha to Tekashi.
On Twitter, social media users joked that Martha Stewart, ironically, had more credibility or "street cred" than Tekashi 6ix9ine, who worked with police to put his former associates behind bars.
As it was previously reported, Martha Stewart was sent to prison following her March 2004 conviction on felony charges of conspiracy, obstruction of an agency proceeding, and lying to federal authorities. Martha served a five-month-long prison sentence in a federal correctional facility.