Former UFC fighter Paige VanZant is once again sharing steamy content on social media to promote her OnlyFans account — and while doing so, she also seemingly called out her haters.
VanZant has been a victim of online bullying lately, with many of her followers accusing the fighter of gaining weight, calling her “thick” and telling her to “get back to the gym.” Some have even started rumors saying she is pregnant.
Now, the 29-year-old is clapping back.
Paige VanZant Calls Haters
Paige VanZant is not letting the haters get to her, as she is clapping back in the best way she can.
The former UFC fighter shared a photo of herself wearing black lingerie while holding a red pay phone. She captioned the post “Nothing to say?”, seemingly calling out her haters.
Fans of the 29-year-old commented words of support for her as they wrote, “Pfffff I can talk all night now!! 🔥” and “So hottt!!!!😍.”
A third wrote, “Hallo babe ? Are you there ☎️,” as another chimed in, “No, can’t speak your just perfection x.”
“Damn, that’s sexy!!” one fan chimed in.
Paige VanZant Has ‘Hater Repellent’
This was not the first time Paige VanZant called out her haters as she recently clapped back by flaunting her backside.
The Bare Knuckle Fighter is posing in a yellow thong bikini and a pair of white sneakers as she stands next to a body of water, flaunting her booty and spraying what looks like sunscreen or tanning lotion toward her chest.
The caption gained attention as she wrote, “Hater repellent anyone? I have plenty 💛🍌😉.” This is not the first time VanZant stood up to her haters as a few days ago, she showed off her booty and pulled her bright orange leather skirt down to her thighs, writing, “Whoops, did you girl get a little thick?? I mean, my husband doesn’t mind….. do you? lol 😂.”
Paige VanZant Opens Up About Past Struggles With Mental Health
A few years ago, Paige VanZant went on to “Good Morning America,” where she opened up and became candid with fans as she discussed her childhood and how she overcame a sexual assault incident she faced.
“I didn’t have anywhere to run to, I didn’t have anybody to turn to, and when it gets bad enough that I had to run into the bathroom and eat my lunch on the toilet in the bathroom because I just felt too scared to eat lunch in the cafeteria,” she told “Good Morning America” in regards to the bullying she faced in high school.
At just 14 years old, VanZant was sexually assaulted at a party, which she says completely changed her, even admitting she wanted to end her life because of the pain she faced. “I didn’t see any other way out,” she continued. “Good Morning America.” “When you’re in that position and feel that much pain, it’s not that you want to die. It’s just that you don’t want to be in pain anymore.”
But then VanZant found MMA fighting. “MMA fighting saved my life. It saved who I was, too,” she said.