Paige VanZant again finds herself in the midst of a minor media storm.
While promoting Reebok’s new “Black & White” line of sportswear, VanZant pouts her lips and speaks in the most “come hither” tone she can muster while giving her sales pitch.
VanZant almost immediately deleted the self-made ad, but once you put something out on the internet it is there forever.
Reception by those on social media has been…mixed.
Mixed is the wrong word.
Negative is a better one. Reception on social media from her peers has been negative.
Just call 1-800-HOT-GIRL and talk to real live girls. We can't frickin wait to answer your call. Call now! https://t.co/HIJlbhhOCN
— Angela Hill (@AngieOverkill) April 30, 2017
What the hell did I just watch https://t.co/nO7FSzFXhT
— Jeremy Kennedy (@JeremyKennedyWC) April 30, 2017
Wow hilarious! When does the x rated version drop https://t.co/eKF8c84ink
— Funky (@Benaskren) April 30, 2017
VanZant removed the video from her personal Twitter page shortly after it was originally posted.
VanZant replaced the video with the following image:
Reebok Black and White collection. pic.twitter.com/7SSCN0TkhE
— Paige VanZant (@paigevanzant) April 30, 2017
Many of VanZant’s fellow UFC fighters feel that she has been given an undue amount of publicity and press, something they feel she hasn’t earned. Having already headlined two events, the backlash VanZant faced from fellow UFC fighters after posting the video is not surprising.
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