The good influencer (Image: Lonni Pike)
A 56-year-old influencer who has grown fairly a following, has hit again in opposition to ageist feedback from trolls.
Lonni Pike, who goes by @greyhairandtattoos on TikTok, has greater than 300,000 followers and has amassed 3.7million likes on the platform.
Although most individuals get pleasure from her content material, which consists of optimistic messages, tattoo info, and simply common life stuff, some have been hateful.
Lately one particular person advised Lonni she was ‘too previous’ and dressed ‘like an adolescent’.
Lonni replied to the remark with grace, saying she doesn’t care what individuals suppose.
However, she mentioned, this kind of trolling might cease others from dressing how they need to and forged ‘seeds of doubt’ about their look.
Since responding to the message, Lonni’s video has been seen greater than two million occasions, with many applauding the influencer.
Within the video, Lonni proudly confirmed off her ‘teen’ trend sense; a mint T-shirt French-tucked into black Levi 501 denims, paired with black Dr Martens (a fairly cool look).
Lonni advised her viewers: ‘Put on what you need. Categorical your self — even when individuals suppose you appear to be an adolescent. Who cares? I take it as a praise.’
Lonni doesn’t care what individuals consider her trend sense (Image: Lonni Pike)
The message resonated and greater than 26,000 individuals commented in assist of Loni.
One particular person wrote: ‘I’m 50, and have been advised I’m too previous for graphic tees, and lengthy hair. In my view, I’m too previous to care what different individuals suppose.’
Her iconic type has reached over to Twitter the place one other person shared a picture of Lonni saying: ‘I need to be her after I’m older’.
The viral thread had loads of love, with different very fashionable older individuals displaying off their colored hair and tattoos.
One 68-year-old lady wrote: ‘Beautiful and as we are saying right here in New Orleans: Do what ya wanna! Purple hair, don’t care… I’ll be 69 subsequent month’.
One other added: ’76 in February – pink hair – don’t care!’ and a 3rd wrote: ‘I’m 43 and I nonetheless gown like I did in highschool’.
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