Paige Spiranac believes ‘boobs’ shouldn’t be something that bothers or offends her followers
Paige Spiranac asked her fans to stop being so offended on Monday.
The golf influencer who has amassed millions of followers between Instagram and TikTok urged them to worry about something other than just “boobs.”
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“There’s a lot going on in the world that should disturb and offend you,” she tweeted. “Tits are not one of them.”
It’s unclear exactly what Spiranac was referring to, but her golf videos and photos posted on social media don’t always go down well with everyone. She has been able to build a huge brand for her abilities on the golf course coupled with sex appeal.
Spiranac launched its own subscription-based website called OnlyPaige earlier this year. She made it clear on last week’s episode of “Playing A Round” that there would be no nudity on that website.
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“I think some people get confused because it’s OnlyPaige, and it was a cheeky name to make fun of OnlyFans, because people ask me to do OnlyFans all the time and that’s why I wanted it to be very ironic. There’s no nudity, and that’s on purpose,” she said.
Spiranac said she has no problem with nudity, but makes the choice not to show certain parts of her body. However, she made it clear that it was a personal choice of hers and tried not to discredit those who choose to do so with their own personal websites.
“I have no problem with implied nudity at all. I just never want to show those parts of my body and I never will,” she explained. “I also just don’t think it’s favorable for my business goals and how I see my career unfolding over the next five, 10, 15, 20 years.”
Spiranac has a following of 3.7 million on Instagram and 1.4 million on TikTok.
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She has a successful collegiate career in Arizona and San Diego State. With the Aztecs, she received First-Team All-Mountain West Conference honors. She was scheduled to participate in the Cactus Tour, but was not awarded an LPGA Tour card.