A woman in Brazil is blaming people of being “hotphobic” after she was chastised for wearing revealing clothing while shopping.
Kerolay Chaves is a “career” e-girl, earning her income from OnlyFans subscribers under the moniker “The Last Virgin on OnlyFans.”
However, money cannot buy approval, as the 21-year-old quickly learned after she was called out for wearing a see-through crop top without bra and short shorts that barely covered anything.
“I just came from the supermarket and was bullied for wearing “too short clothes,” she posted to her Instagram. Some people looked with prejudice, others cursed me and finally, I was kicked out of the site. Do you believe it? I think it’s absurd that we women are still treated this way just because we dress how we want.”
Apparently, money cannot buy self-awareness, either, as Chaves simply took the route of blaming everyone else for finding her apparel inappropriate for public venues.
“Truth is, we go through it because we’re too hot, that’s all,” she concluded.
While she no doubt had many supporters on her social media page, not everyone could be convinced.
Many pointed out that if a man had shown up at the store without a shirt, he would have been kicked out.
“No need to go to a supermarket dressed like that,” one user wrote.
Regardless, Chaves seemed oblivious to accountability, not only addressing her 2.2 million TikTok followers and 495,000 Instagram followers but also speaking to a PR publication.
“I think all these insults have more to do with the ‘hot woman phobia’ I face on a daily basis,” she said.
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