‘Crazy plane lady’ Tiffany Gomas teases new X fans with her views on transgender athletes after setting internet ablaze with bikini beer pic

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Written By Maya Cantina

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  • Tiffany Gomas posted her take on male transgender athletes participating in female team sports earlier today
  • The Texas based real estate developer first made news last year when she had a total meltdown on an airplane, which was recorded and went viral
  • Three days ago, she shared a snap of herself  wearing a tiny bikini branded by Ultra Right Beer – a conservative company that manufactures alcohol 

Tiffany Gomas, the woman who shot to fame after her infamous airplane meltdown, has teased her new X fans about her views on transgender athletes. 

On Friday, days after she shared a snap of her in a tiny bikini, Gomas posted her take on male transgender athletes participating in female team sports. 

The Texas based real estate developer wrote: ‘So… is now an appropriate time to tell y’all men don’t belong in women’s sports?!’ 

Afterwards she also wrote: ‘Maybe instead of Tell All Tues, it’ll be F*** it Friday!’

Gomas later posted a clarification tweet saying that she believed that women belonged in sports but men do not belong in women’s sports.

‘Crazy plane lady’ Tiffany Gomas posted a risque picture of herself on Wednesday, sporting a bikini from conservative beer brand Ultra Right 

Gomas, who is in her late thirties, pictured mid meltdown on a plane attempting to leave the Dallas-Fortworth airport

Gomas, who is in her late thirties, pictured mid meltdown on a plane attempting to leave the Dallas-Fortworth airport

Soon after, her existing fans quickly flocked to her comment section to show support of her opinion. 

One user wrote: ‘I don’t see why this is so hard. If trans people want to play sports and they don’t want to play with men, they should create their own league instead of taking over women’s sports.’

While another added: ‘YAS QUEEN! Men don’t belong in women’s spaces at all. Thank you.’ 

One user also chimed in and wrote: ‘Men do not belong in women’s sports, not even the ones pretending to be women’. 

But some people were quick to question her views. 

A concerned user wrote: ‘Wow didn’t realize yore a bigot as well as a fascist. Yore on a roll. [sic]’

While another user explained: ‘There’s probably maybe 3 instances of that actually happening ever and the media blows it up like it’s some kind of epidemic. It’s really not a thing that happens, let’s just move on damn.’

Gomas poses for a glamorous shot on her Instagram page

Gomas poses for a glamorous shot on her Instagram page

On Wednesday, Gomas shared a picture of herself with her 240,000 followers of her wearing a barely-there ensemble branded by Ultra Right Beer – a conservative company that sells ‘100% Woke-Free American Beer’.

She first made news last year when she had a total meltdown on an airplane, which was recorded and went viral.

Gomas has since called the tantrum ‘the worst moment’ of her life, and revealed that she stayed in her house for a month after the fit went viral.

Weeks after the incident, Gomas relaunched her social media platforms and has since cultivated a niche following.

Atop her new post, which she has pinned to the top of her profile, she wrote: ‘Wonder how many people I’m gonna piss off with this post…’ likely referring to the revelation of her conservative politics  which she further teased today. 

But now in a brand-new mirror selfie, which has been viewed nearly five million times on X, a tan-looking Gomas is seen holding a can of Ultra Right Beer.

Her bikini, which retails on the brand’s website for $59.99, is red, white, and blue and has ‘Ultra Right’ printed on the top and across the front and back of the bottom.

Several conservative influencers who were featured in the beer company’s ‘Real Woman of America’ calendar, commented in support of Gomas’s post.

Weeks after the incident, Gomas relaunched her social media platforms and has cultivated a niche following

Weeks after the incident, Gomas relaunched her social media platforms and has cultivated a niche following

Gomas may be making a bid to join the ranks of attractive conservative influencers who are all over X - though the move would alienate a significant portion of her potential audience

Gomas may be making a bid to join the ranks of attractive conservative influencers who are all over X – though the move would alienate a significant portion of her potential audience

‘Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer’ was launched one year ago in the wake of the Bud Light controversy pertaining to the brand’s affiliation with transgender influence Dylan Mulvaney.

Entrepreneur Seth Weathers, who was previously behind the sale of millions of dollars of ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ wrapping paper,’ launched the brand to cater to Americans with ‘traditional values.’

In the launch video for the brand, Weathers said: ‘If you love America, our traditional values, and you know which restroom to use, Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer is for you.’

Following her instant infamy, Gomas went silent for a bit before relaunching her social media platforms in an attempt to rebrand herself

Following her instant infamy, Gomas went silent for a bit before relaunching her social media platforms in an attempt to rebrand herself

The brew company has continued its involvement in the transgender debate that is perhaps the loudest ongoing culture war in the United States.

Several months ago, the brand released the ‘Conservative Dad’s Real Women of America 2024 Calendar,’ a dig at the left and trans communities’ claim that transgender women are real women.

To bring their point home, former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines is the calendar’s 2024 cover girl.

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