Wheat Ridge, Colorado: Former professional golfer turned influencer, Paige Spiranac, has gained widespread fame and popularity through her engaging presence on social media.
However, despite her immense popularity, she is not immune to controversies. Recently, she opened up about how netizens perceive her personality.
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Embracing her bold and powerful personality, Paige Spiranac has earned adoration from many fans, although she has not escaped criticism from some critics and netizens. She has steadily built her brand over the years, building on her glamorous looks and charismatic presence.
What did Paige Spiranac say?
In the latest episode of her podcast, ‘Playing a Round with Paige’, the influencer gets completely candid about why she has such a controversial image. Giving her fans a sneak behind the scenes of her brand’s imaging, Spiranac said, “I think the way I dress draws attention to me. And I built my brand, my look and my body.
Paige Spiranac is known for her glamorous golf videos (Getty Images)
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She continued, “And it encapsulates a lot of controversy at times when you need to grow in this industry. But in golf, it’s a very conservative industry.
In the golfing world, she’s constantly reminded of how dangerous and controversial her content is, and so she says, “Also, I’ve been told that my content is too controversial, too controversial. That’s too risky.”
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When Spiranac opens up about cyberbullying
The influencer is always vocal in her criticism of online bullying. According to reports, once Spiranak opened up about how she deals with haters.
She said, “I am always one to react [to trolls], always address the person immediately and move on. Sometimes it worked out for the better and became a friendship despite that initial meaning. But I will not advise now; I was more naive when I first spoke out against cyberbullying.
Paige Spiranac was once a pro golfer (Getty Images)
She said, “The best thing you can do is ignore trolls or block them or report them. If you say something, always be 100 percent positive, because what you say will always get out. “
“Even if you delete a comment, it will always be found. So I always ask my fans and followers: ‘Who do you want to be? What you post will be around 50 years from now, so think about what kind of person you want to portray,” she says.
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