An influencer has experienced recoil after the & # 39; mourning & # 39; about the death of her loved ones in an Instagram post, before quickly tagging her outfit details.
Marissa Casey Grossman, 30, from New York, was hit online for the post that her and husband Gabriel, 30, showed, relaxing on luxury Italian island Capri.
After listing those who landed & # 39; on her & # 39 ;, she further said that she & # 39; lived her best life for them & # 39; – before she mentioned the bathing suit brand she wore because & # 39; they all wanted to know that & # 39 ;.
It quickly attracted attention on Twitter, with many Marissa followers admitting that they were stunned by the caption.
Marissa Casey Grossman, 30, from New York, shared a photo in which she posed alongside husband Gabriel (photo) – but it was the caption that quickly returned online
In the post caption, she regretted how she lived her best life for & # 39; those who shine on her every day & # 39; before she wrote & # 39; because they all want to know & # 39; and tagging her bathing suit brand
In the Instagram post, which was shared over the weekend, Marissa wrote: & # 39; To the moon and back !!!!! Live our best lives for Meme, Michelle Blumenthal, Sam Allen, Aunt Sue, Gabe & grandparents, Lauren Marcus … and all those who shine on us every day. & # 39;
& # 39; Because of you leaving us way too fast – we do our utmost to never take a day for granted and always be grateful. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; Every day counts. And … because they all want to know, swimsuit is @montce_swim. & # 39;
And although many of her followers noticed how & # 39; cute & # 39; and & # 39; beautiful & # 39; the message was, others could not help but admit that they felt somewhat uncomfortable.
The Goop employee continued to share other snaps – including sunbathing on a boat – while he was in the luxury resort of Capri (photo)
In a tweet (photo) that received nearly 2,000 likes, a Twitter user threw the influencer for & # 39; mourning the death of a loved one & # 39; before tagging her swimwear in the second
In a Tweet that received almost 2,000 likes, a social media user reacted with contempt for the message.
She shared a screenshot of the message and wrote: & # 39; Influencing is deploring the death of your loved ones in the first sentence, and then ensuring that everyone knows where you got your swimsuit in the next sentence. & # 39;
In response, someone said: & # 39; I hate but love people like this just to feel better because I'm not that empty. & # 39;
Another added: & # 39; I hate influencers. Really. So much self-right b *****.
Other Twitter users quickly slammed Marissa with a comment: & # 39; I hate influencers. So much self-right b ****** & # 39;
And Marissa herself addressed the post in her Instagram story and wrote: & although I appreciate your concern and comment about my five best friends who have died and my grandmother and my aunt, I am pretty sure they look down on me , want to know what I am wearing.
& # 39; I know that sounds strange, but my grandmother got so much joy in life that I was chasing clothes with my friends Lauren, Michelle and Samantha – I had been friends with them since I was 5-25. & # 39;
She went on: & # 39; Just because someone dies does not mean that we have to concentrate on the & # 39; sadness & # 39 ;. I am confident that they will appreciate this message. & # 39;
& # 39; So please think before you talk about my best friends who all died from cancer, being hit by a garbage truck, tumors, diabetes and so many other terrible complications. & # 39;
Marissa posted a long response in response to critics on her Instagram story that defended her wording in the post
& # 39; Please think before posting and responding. One of my best friend actually died for me from an aneurysm when I was 13 – I don't think you know anything about her or our relationship. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; Enough is enough. Stop bullying me. My friends would send me a text if they were alive and said, "Can I borrow it and probably never give it back?"
It is not the first time that Marissa, who works at the Gwenyth Paltrow lifestyle company, has been confronted with controversies in recent months.
Earlier this summer, she was accused of submitting her partner's proposal, which went viral.
She had shared the details of a quest her friend had sent her with her Instagram followers.
During the trip they became gifted items, including clothing and various expensive jewelry, and were brought to Montauk and Miami with the last part of the trip in Paris.
However, after images from a deck with a full itinerary and an invitation for brands to come in line with the & # 39; came up, social media users have accused the couple of presenting the extraordinary proposal.
After huge social reactions, Marissa married Gabe shortly afterwards in a low-key ceremony in New York.
Fashion influencer Marissa and her now husband Gabriel Grossman were accused of organizing their viral proposal after a deck with a plan for the proposal turned up
Marissa (photo) was criticized earlier in the summer after it was claimed that she had staged a video that went viral about her partner's proposal
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