The McClure Twins may not be NOT Justin McClure’s biological children, it has emerged!
Ami Dunn McClure, mother of the identical twins Ava and Alexis McClure who helped her daughters become stars on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook, dropped the bombshell herself yesterday after Justin was caught making RACIST remarks about Black people.
First photo shows Ani with her first husband, Jeff Pestka; second photo shows Ani with her second husband Justin McClure, their star daughters the MCClure twins and little brother.
Ani is a Nigerian. The Youtube couple have been hiding the fact that they are a blended family from their viewers.
Justin had sparked outrage after old tweets from his Twitter account from 2010/2011 that pointed to stereotypical and racist ideologies were recently discovered by another user. When Justin tried to delete the posts, folks captured screenshots.
In them, he wrote things like:
“Black people can’t say ‘ask’ but they have no trouble saying Cadillac Escalade. #IfIWasBlack #blackpeoplecantsayask.”
“Dominican women I know: Ilia, Awilda, Janitsy, Zora. Black women I know: Chandelier, Lasagna, Constellation, Walgreens #whenblackpeoplegetpaid.”
“Mark my word…one day a black woman will name a child Allergies, “My Allergies been acting up lately…daaaaamn.”
“Lately I’ve been under the impression…Impression is this black girl I went out with. She loves being on top. #blackgirls #ghetto.”
So, in a recent video – while explaining how she and Justin met, Ami told fans in the video:
“I met Justin in 2014.”
That’s significant because the twins turned 5 on Thursday – which would make their birthday July 12, 2013. If what Ami is saying is true – the twins are NOT Justin’s biological kids.
So, who is the McClure twins real father? Who is the McClure twins biological father?
At the moment, the identity of McClure twins biological father is not clear.
Ami Dunn McClure was married to ANOTHER MAN named Jeff Pestka in 2012 – just a year before the twins were born. Jeff Pestka is also white and bears a striking resemblance to the McClure twins, Ava and Alexis.
Here is a pic of Ami Dunn McClure and her ex-husband Jeff Pestka at their engagement party:
And here is a pic of Ami’s ex, Jeff Pestka and the McClure Twins.
Do you see the resemblance?
More Justin McClure’s racist tweets:
Ami met Justin in New York, when he intervened when she was being catcalled by a stranger. They were inseparable ever since, and tied the knot when the twins turned two years old.
However, before that meeting, Justin McClure authored a blog post where he discussed the hurdles for White men attempting to date Black women.
“White guys are typically more cautious, laid back, and considerate of women. White guys might see a hot black girl at a bar or something, but talk themselves out of approaching because Anderson Cooper comes on in 30 minutes. They have to get home.
Black and Spanish men lifting weights on the corner don’t even know who Anderson Cooper is, but they hope he buys their new mix tape.
In New York City I’ve seen black and Spanish men sing to women on the street, saw a black man with bags of groceries chase a woman down many blocks (he had ice cream too), and one time I saw a Spanish guy jump the subway tracks to get to the other side in effort to talk to a girl.
When he got there the girl wasn’t interested. He came back across the tracks and waited for his train like it never happened. Kid you not.
Black women have never been opposed to dating white men (for the most part) so when they get an email from a cute chalky boy they are like “He’s cute. I’ll definitely go out with him”, but on the street that would have never happen because the white guy would be too busy thinking about TED talks or buying books off Amazon.com to notice the sister.
White guys don’t make the moves in person. So Caucasian guys if you want to date a black girl or curvy Spanish chick, get online. Send some emails. Talk about how you love piñatas and Fubu, whatever it takes.”