Golf influencer Paige Spiranac has a huge following across social media as her decision to transition from pro to internet star has been a blessing.
Fans tune into the Spiranac pages for various reasons. But she made it clear during a Q&A with her followers on Instagram that there’s a line she won’t cross.
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«I will never do racy content or nude work. It’s something I’m not comfortable with. And I’m not ashamed of women who do that, I know they’re making money,» she said. «But it just doesn’t fit into my long-term business plan, where I want to go in my life.
«Yes, I use my looks to my advantage to make money. But that’s not all. It’s not all. There’s a lot more to being successful and you can use things to your advantage, but you have to be smart.» You have to be good with people. You have to be good with your money. You have to know what the next part of your career will be like. And that’s not just for that (pointing the camera at her). chest) This is why (points to her brain).
«So I use both to my advantage to be successful and there’s nothing wrong with that. And I don’t think people should be ashamed of what they have and use it to their advantage.»
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Spiranac’s response to the question doubles down on what he said in March on his podcast.
She said there was no nudity on her OnlyPaige subscription website.
«I think some people get confused because it’s OnlyPaige, and it was a cheeky name to make fun of OnlyFans, because people ask me to be OnlyFans all the time, so I wanted it to be very tongue-in-cheek. There’s no nudity, and that’s on purpose. «, said.
Spiranac said she has no problem with nudity, but is making the decision not to show certain parts of her body. However, he made it clear that it was a personal choice of his own and that he was not trying to disparage those who choose to do that with his own personal websites.
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«I have no problem with implied nudity. I just never want to show those parts of my body and I never will,» she explained. «I also don’t think it’s beneficial to my business goals and how I see my career unfold over the next five, 10, 15, 20 years.»