If You've Ever Stolen A Boy's Hoodie, You Should Probably Read This...

4 October 2016, 15:21 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

Take Her Hoodie 2016
Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

The boyfriends are finally starting to fight back.

The worst has happened. The boyfriends have begun fighting back against the stolen hoodie movement and we're shook! What started off as an innocent gesture of kindness has now become a global problem. Hoodies are being stolen from their rightful owners and the disgruntled boyfriends of the world have had enough!

#TakeHerHoodie was started by one boyfriend who felt the epidemic had gone too far. 21-year-old student Godswill Muofhe has taken finally a stand for the team.

 

His plea struck a cord with all the cold boyfriends out there. 

 

And now no sweater is safe. Not even your precious expensive PINK pullovers.

 

At least now, boyfriends across the globe won't feel the unforgiving winter chill as harshly anymore.

 

A photo posted by Dave McChesney (@dave_1150) onOct 2, 2016 at 12:25pm PDT

 

Speaking to Indy100, Godswill explained that "the movement allows men and women to equally exchange hoodies on an even playing field."

 

He's predicting backlash though. "I've gotten messages from girls telling me that if we take their hoodies, then they will take our videos games, basketball shorts, and dress shirts."

 

A photo posted by Zachary Pyfrom (@morfyp.caz) onSep 30, 2016 at 1:57pm PDT

 

The war continues to rage on. Our move, ladies. This is NOT over.

 

NBC / via popkey.co

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