Malone’s new T-shirts and t-shirts have gone viral, with over 30,000 views on YouTube.
The t-shirt features a photo of a young Malone posing with a gun, the slogan ‘You Never Know When You’re In The Situation’.
The post on VicksvillePost.com reads: “I am a proud owner of a weapon that will protect me and my family.
I have been a victim of domestic violence.
But as a father of a teenage son, it is important for me to know that it does not matter what the situation may be.”
Malone also shared a picture of himself with a picture on his Facebook page of his wife and their baby son.
“I know I am a strong woman and I have the ability to stand up for myself.
But sometimes it feels like I am on a pedestal,” Malone wrote on the post.
“It feels like the world has forgotten my struggles.
I hope to have a voice and help others understand why it is okay to use violence.”
Malones’ post has garnered over 30 million views since it was published on Friday, with more than 5,000 comments.
He wrote on Saturday: “The world is so small.
But there are some people in it who are so powerful that they can affect your life and your future.
I am not one of those people.
But I hope you can see that I am one of them.”
He has also received a lot of attention from fans who are also concerned about domestic violence in the country.
“We have a lot more issues than domestic violence and that is the issue that is causing a lot people to get upset,” he wrote.
“Some of these people are actually trying to destroy our country.
They are not being respectful to us.”
“The world has changed so much.
It’s a lot easier to have one bad day than a long, long list of things that you have to deal with,” he said.
“I think it is an unfortunate time.
People are having to deal and it is hard to deal.
But at the end of the day, it’s about what is best for you and your family and your community.
If you are in a position where you have a problem, you can talk to someone about it.
And it’s not about what people think, it just is.”
‘A lot of people are trying to kill our country’ Vicks, Miss, Malone, and their son, who is now a teenager, had been living in a trailer park in South Carolina since 2014.
Malones is known for her outspoken political views and is known to have made comments in the past that have been controversial.
In 2015, she said that President Donald Trump had ‘gone down the tubes’ and would soon be ‘cured’.
In 2016, she made a controversial statement when she said: “This country needs to be cleansed.
This country needs people to die.
This nation needs to die.”
In 2017, she also suggested that women should be forced to wear face coverings and that women who wear head coverings are ‘beneath the dignity of the American woman’.
Her statements led to backlash and a campaign against her on social media, with many people calling her “disgusting” and “horrible”.
She has since been outspoken about the importance of domestic abuse awareness and has written a book on the subject.
In a Facebook post on Friday titled ‘I am sorry I said that,’ Malones wrote: “My family is in a precarious position.
I love my wife and we are trying everything to stay strong.
But the world is changing so much that I can’t be a part of that.”
Read more: Vicksbury Post’s T-shirt sells out in less than a day, after the post went viral Malone’s post came as the family of a woman who was murdered by her ex-husband last year was awarded $30 million in a civil suit.
The Post said in a statement that the suit, filed in February, was filed in response to a demand from the family for the Post to stop selling the t-shirts.
Vicksburg police said in March that the family wanted to buy the shirts, but the family “was unable to make a financial payment due to an increase in sales”.
Maloni, a self-described “social justice warrior”, said that she was “not an angry person”, adding that the tshirts were not “an expression of rage or an act of vengeance” and that they were intended as a reminder of the power of “a small group of people who are determined to do evil”.
“It is important to remember that the victims of domestic terrorism have been murdered and our nation has not forgotten.
But we must also remember that our society and our country must be a safe and inclusive place for everyone,” she wrote. A