Not a great time to be Addison Rae. At the end of last week he lost his second place in the top of the most followed on TikTok to the unstoppable Khaby Lame, and although he found new curro last weekend, the joy has lasted a sigh.
It turns out that the dancer and tiktoker wanted to put her journalism classes into practice, a career she briefly studied at the University of Louisiana, the state in which she resides. The prestigious sports network ESPN gave him a place of honor in the most anticipated event of the last weekend: the celebration of a new UFC delivery.
The quote had special morbidness and even Spanish influencers followed the show live, because it meant the return in style of Conor McGregor, an undisputed showman within that sport. However, his rematch against Dustin Poirier came to a credit. a bluff shift, after an unexpected injury in the first round and a complete dominance of his opponent.
The disappointment of the star fight came to nothing compared to the barrage of criticism Addison Rae received for his approach to extreme fighting. “I studied for this for three months in the race”, he said in a tweet that ended like an earthquake in networks, but it wasn’t the only thing criticized.
His blissful approach to the fighters, his no experience as a reporter and even her multicolored dress were the target of a multitude of criticisms (many of them of simple haters), to the point that the bolus in the UFC could have been the last.
That’s what she says herself in a confession that sounds a little like giggles down the low. “What else gives, your comments have led to my dismissal”, he confesses in a tweet. Seriously or it’s a joke. the difference for her is going to be very small in terms of popularity or income.
He has 83 million followers on TikTok alone, a podcast with his mother, a makeup line of his own and businesses that, according to Forbes, add up to a fortune close to five million euros with barely 20 years. The UFC thing? An anecdote in every way.