Tom Brady superfan Veronika Rajek admits she receives “thousands of hateful messages” from online trolls.
The Slovak-born model is extremely popular on social media, with 6.2 million followers on Instagram and is also a brand ambassador for FashionNova. Due to her success in her influencer and modeling careers, Layek has built a huge fan base for herself.
However, it’s not all sunshine and roses for social media influencers as many would imagine, as they receive abuse from online trolls, which the 27-year-old experienced while speaking out about the issue Something too large.Exclusive interview daily star sports.
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“Now, when Jews are getting so much hate, I get thousands of hate messages and they want me dead,” she admitted. “It’s interesting how peacemakers send out death wishes and threats.” Layek said she doesn’t understand why people would send hateful messages over the Internet to people they don’t even know.
“My statement remains the same: I know what I stand for and hate is for those who are afraid,” she said. “I’m not scared, I just don’t understand why people don’t do something good with their lives instead of wasting their time spreading negativity to people they don’t like.”
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Despite the amount of hate coming her way, the blonde beauty made sure to let her haters know that they are actually her “biggest fans.” She added: “If I don’t like someone I won’t follow them but for sure the biggest haters are the biggest fans because they can’t survive without stars on fake accounts.”
The bikini-clad photos she uploaded on social media undoubtedly won fans over due to her huge fan following, but it also became a bone of contention with a social media platform that Rajek said banned her four times Dancing in a bikini.
“I started because I was – and probably still am – too dangerous for social media. TikTok blocked me four times for no reason, just because I was dancing in a bikini top,” she said with daily star sports. “We live in an unhealthy age, where fatness is respected and hardworking and healthy people are scrutinized and banned.”