Influencer is divided after she berated other women for giving her dirty looks when she wore thong bikinis in public
A woman has divided opinion online after berating strangers for giving her “dirty looks” when she wore thong bikinis in public.
Gianna Marie, from O’ahu, Hawaii, went to TikTok to reveal that women are not very accepting of her barely there beach style.
She added that as a Native Hawaiian, “cheeky” thong bikinis are the “norm” and her “chapter.”
The popular influencer and actress is no stranger to controversy, as she regularly shares her candid outlook on life, from relationship advice to style trends.
Lip-syncing the lyrics to Megan Moroney’s “I’m Not Pretty,” she sings, “Girl, let me guess, you don’t like the way I dress and you hate the way I talk.”
Gianna Marie, from Hawaii, shared her thoughts on the backlash she received from wearing ‘cheeky’ string bikinis
The picturesque model and actress is also a popular influencer, with her TikTok page amassing 4.1 million likes
She then highlights the unfavorable feedback she receives for wearing the beachwear, writing, “When girls from Hawaii go to a beach on the mainland and get dirty looks from other women because sassy thong bikinis aren’t the norm like here.”
The clip has been viewed over 15,000 times and people are rushing to the comment section to share their personal take on beach etiquette.
One person sensed where Gianna was coming from and added, “Right now the normal ones look like diapers.”
Another person replied with an anecdote, writing, “I remember all my bathing suits since I was three or four were sassy and that was the norm and when we went to Disneyland I was six in a sassy butt.”
“And a lady walked up to my parents and started berating them for allowing me to look like a ‘child prostitute’. Mainlanders are weird as an asshole.”
Gianna’s post has divided opinion, with many jumping to TikToker’s defense
Someone else said, “Tie bikinis are much more flattering, if they want to hate, leave them.”
Meanwhile, someone said it was ‘humiliating’: ‘I want to die, it’s so humiliating.’
And another said, ‘This but living in Florida and I’m going home to Michigan and they’re like what the hell are you wearing?’
The news comes after another influencer recently claimed she was told to leave a beach because her “bikini was too small.”
Annie Knight, 26, from Australia, who claims to be among the top 0.4 percent of creators on OnlyFans, says she was spending a Saturday at the beach when an “wrinkled old” woman approached her and told her to leave.
The influencer says the woman was “clearly just jealous of her” and she should be able to wear what she likes.
She hit back saying “nobody cares” if she wears skimpy clothes because “she’s hot.”
The former marketing executive started her OnlyFans in September 2020, trying to save money to buy a house, but never expected it to become so lucrative so quickly.
Within a month, Annabelle was making thousands, and she continued to use it as a side project in addition to her full-time job for the next 18 months, averaging $1,794 a month.
She now earns about $969 a day by sharing sassy photos of herself online.