There’s a lot of factors to consider, because you don’t want to look objectively bad. Silverjow didn’t “whitewash” a character, he just depicted her looking accurate to her race and it set off kpop fans who have been brainwashed into thinking epicanthic folds are disgusting. Most of these kinds of artworks that garner the hate of a mob for an innocuous depiction are made earnestly, as in the artist was being genuine in what they were intending to portray so it’s difficult to replicate it without it coming off as objectively bad or try hard. Perhaps, drawing realistic interpretations of anime characters with Asian features or superheroes with realistic body types may yield similar results. I wouldn’t recommend whitewashing black characters or straightening gay ones as the other anon did, because sjws on twitter liken any slate or erasure against a minority group to nazism. You have to find a way to garner outrage while still appearing genuinely innocent and not worthy of the death threats that will pile up, so you have one side of people slewing hate and the other side creating defenses and arguing with those people. The defense side is just as important as the hate, they will clear your name and also contribute to or create the discussions on why what you did wasn’t wrong.
All this said, perhaps the best method is to draw nsfw of an underaged character. Probably best to stick to teenaged characters rather than actually children, or else the pedophilia accusations you’ll receive will have a backbone to it. The most intense fights I see on Twitter are regarding this because people are passionate on both sides.