Vitalii Sediuk strikes again, this time his target was Gigi Hadid
It’s instances like these that make you fully aware as to why celebrities need bodyguards, however it did little to no good this time actually. Over the past few years, Vitalii Sediuk has earned the nickname ‘The Red Carpet Menace‘, and even though he was finally banned from the U.S. after accosting Brad Pitt (that being his twelfth of so incident internationally).
Madonna, Will Smith, Adele, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, (follow this link for a fill list- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitalii_Sediuk) the list goes on …
… a list that now includes (although should she feel like she’s finally really made it?) Gigi Hadid. Just after a fashion show in Milan recently, Gigi and her sister Bella Hadid made their way through the crowd expecting the usual selfies and fan cat calls, however this time Vitalii Sediuk was waiting in their midst. When eventually getting close enough, Sediuk grabbed Gigi from behind and lifted her up into the air.
Gigi responded by appearing to (probably on accident due to being startled, although it was only self defense) jabbing Sediuk in the face with her elbow, although she might of done more if her sister didn’t have a hold of her hand still (Bella actually doing more than security did although to thwart Sediuk’s efforts).
As Sediuk then very quickly then soon after retracted and ran off, Gigi yelled, “Who the fuck are you, you piece of shit?!“. Gigi then rushed to get into her car motion to one of her bodyguards and saying “Go find that guy“.
Some people will to anything to be famous. Vitalii Sediuk of course gave an official statement on the matter – “Don’t be over-dramatic. While I consider Gigi Hadid beautiful, she and her friend Kendall Jenner have nothing to do with high fashion”.
Sediuk went on to prolong his most recent 10 minutes of fame by saying, “By doing this, I encourage the fashion industry to put true talents on the runway and Vogue covers instead of well-connected cute girls from Instagram. You can call it a manifest or a protest. This is also a wake-up call for Anna Wintour, who turned Vogue into a tabloid by putting Kardashians and other similar celebrities on a cover of a well-respected magazine”.