Being on a reality show looks fun from the outside. People like Katie Maloney get paid for rage texting while drunk and laying around knitting. But these people also take a ton of hate online from trolls who hate-watch the show. A few years back, Scheana Marie faced a lot of skinny shaming from people on social media. And if you watch Vanderpump Rules, even the most (seemingly) confident people come back with new faces.
Choosing to get botox and/or plastic surgery is just that – a choice that people can make. Telling people that they need it, is a whole other story. Obviously being on a public platform like reality TV, your littlest flaws become magnified. There are too many stories about women on Bravo who feel a sort of invisible pressure to change how they look. That pressure can come from anywhere, whether it’s in the individual’s head or influenced silently by people’s hurtful comments. Pump Rules newbie, Dayna Kathan is not here for this type of negativity.
Bravo’s The Daily Dish just reported on a story posted by Dayna to Instagram. In her story, she’s apparently yelling back at the haters suggesting she get a nose job. I find this especially weird because the last thing I noticed about Dayna was her nose. Maybe I’m too fixated on the fact that she actually wants to be exclusive with bigot Max Boyens. But still, none of this is okay.
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Dayna had this to say to the haters in her Instagram story: “All the trolls who keep saying that I need a nose job, just like, go ahead and suck my cl*t.” She continued, according to The Daily Dish, saying that she, “might get a nose job some day!” But, “not anytime soon, and certainly not because you’re suggesting it from an ugly place.”
She also shared with her following, “I really am praying for you because you’re clearly f–king miserable, and no one who’s really happy is talking to other people like that.” Seriously though people, it’s 2020 let’s just make fun of these people for acting like fools, not for their looks or bodies.
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