AN INFLUENCER says an “old wrinkly” woman who told her to leave the beach because her bikini was too skimpy is simply jealous.
Annie Knight, 26, said her day relaxing on the sand Down Under was interrupted by a “Karen” moaning about the size of her swimwear.
Annie Knight, 26, said the woman was simply jealous because she was ‘hot’[/caption]
The influencer was asked to leave the beach because her bikini was too small[/caption]
She explained she was enjoying a weekend by the waves when she was approached by the unidentified woman.
Branding her “rude and judgemental” in a TikTok video detailing the row, Annie insisted she should be able to wear anything she wants.
The OnlyFans star said: “I just had a woman come up to me at the beach and tell me I had to leave because my bikini is too small.
“It is a micro bikini – but who cares, I’m hot! She was the definition of a Karen and so so rude and judgemental about it too.
“She was obviously just jealous of me because I’m young a hot and she’s old and wrinkly.
“Honestly, if you feel uncomfortable just move away. You don’t have to say something. I didn’t leave.
“I made it my mission to stay there longer than her. I was like ‘f**k you, you don’t own this beach, you’re not the council, let me f***ing live.”
Although Annie’s ego wasn’t bruised by the interaction, she explained her fury stemmed from the woman’s tactless approach.
She captioned the clip: “Old women can be so judgemental.”
But the video garnered a mix of responses online, with many championing her clap back although others labelled her as rude.
One commented: “You did the right thing. Who the hell do old Karen’s think they are? She feels uncomfortable, she can leave.”
Another supporter said: “How ridiculous. Why should an old lady care what bikini you’re wearing? She misses her youth.”
A third wrote: “I would have stayed there too and rubbed it in her face.”
And a fourth added: “The beach is for swimming, tanning and walking on – it’s not a church or a funeral home. You can wear anything you want.”
But some people suggested it is common courtesy to cover up, while others slammed Annie for insulting the woman’s appearance.
Others even claimed the Gold Coast model had concocted the story in an attempt to drum up business for her OnlyFans page.
One fumed: “Have some respect for the people in public, you don’t own the beach.”
A second said: “This is some strange next level OnlyFans marketing.”
A third added: “Sorry to tell you this babe, but one day you are going to be old and wrinkly.”
While a fourth chimed in: “It is awkward when you have kids around, especially little girls who want to emulate what they see.
“It isn’t age appropriate.”
Annie later explained she believed the woman had become enraged by her teeny bikini because “her husband was staring.”
The former marketing manager launched her OnlyFans in September 2020 and began raking in thousands in a matter of months.
She claims to now make around £520 a day sharing saucy snaps on the X-rated platform, which she says is a “considerable” jump from her previous salary.
The Aussie OnlyFans star believes she should be able to wear anything she wants[/caption]. Source