Paige Spiranac Wiki – Paige Spiranac Biography
Golf pin-up Paige Spiranac recently called out trolls who embarrassed her after her television appearance at a baseball game. Fat-shamers attacked the golf influencer after she threw out the ceremonial pitch before the game between the New York Yankees and the Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field on Friday, September 16. The influencer pitched to Brewers left fielder Christian Yelich. For the inexperienced, the ceremonial pitch is a traditional baseball custom in which a guest throws the pitch as a signal to start the game.
Paige Spiranac Age
Paige Spiranac is 29 years old.
Spiranac seemed excited to throw the ball, as it was her first time throwing in a professional game. But her excitement soon turned into trauma after she was embarrassed by trolls for her appearance in the game. “People were absolutely roasting me. And this was after a video I posted a couple days earlier of people shaming me for being fat. Trolls had called me fat before, but not to this level…” Paige said during the latest episode of her ‘Playing a Round’ podcast.
“Here are some of the comments: ‘He’s not that cute in this video, he looks like a disgusting pig’, ‘You know the reality somewhere between the sexiest woman in the world and a fat dead whale’, ‘It’s getting chunky’, ‘she’s getting fat'”. She continued, “‘Looks like he got some fillers injected before the game, he may be in the next episode of botched,’ ‘talk about a butter face,’ ‘brave of him to come off as a disgusting fat pig.'”
Paige donned a sports outfit for her appearance in the game. She was wearing skinny navy blue jeans and a white tank top that was layered with a Brewers jersey. Later in the podcast, the former golf pro revealed that she has no idea how to deal with trollers. She admitted that she had gained a little body weight, but her weight gain was because she felt happier than ever.
The pro golfer turned influencer has managed to amass more than 3.6 million followers on her Instagram, where she regularly posts snaps and videos for her fans. “Change my mindset about exercise to be a more positive experience,” Spiranac added as she posted a comment box for her followers to share her own experiences.
“I know I have a male dominated audience and I wanted to open the floor to hear about her experiences with body insecurities,” she wrote. “I don’t think there’s enough talk about how men are ashamed of their bodies too. We all feel pressure to look a certain way.”