TINX rose to fame as “TikTok’s older sister” during the pandemic.
However, she has hit the headlines after some “mean” tweets she previously sent.
Who is Tinx?
Christina Najjar, better known as Tinx, is a 31-year-old American content creator and influencer who was born on September 19, 1990.
She started posting on TikTok during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tinx has been dubbed “TikTok’s older sister” for her advice on relationships and mental health
She frequently posts videos to her 1.5 million fans on everything from her lifelong battle with anxiety to dating warning signs and her love of botox.
What Were Tinx’s “Mean” Tweets in 2020?
Tinx came under fire after some 2020 tweets surfaced — some she wrote, others liked and retweeted — that portrayed conservative political ideologies.
The tweets first came to light on the r/tinxsnark subreddit on Reddit and were later reinforced in the substack scrolling with Sophie.
They included messages originally shared by Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, as well as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
A Tinx tweet shared in April 2020 also criticized California Governor Gavin Newsom for taking lockdown measures to prevent the virus from spreading.
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What did Tinx say about the tweets?
Tinx has yet to discuss the 2020 tweets, but she has addressed decades-old tweets that have shamed and fat-shamed celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Tori Spelling.
She admitted that about 10 years ago she sent out “some really nasty, mean, horrible tweets” and called people she’d never met “fat, pathetic, and ugly.”
In a lengthy statement, she wrote: “I always say if you haven’t flinched at yourself a year ago you’re not growing.
“I’m beyond flinching / beyond embarrassed and want to take responsibility.
“Guys, I screwed up and I’m going to own it and be right with you guys.”
You can read Tinx’s full statement here.
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