Paige Spiranac, a golf influencer, has told her admirers that she will change her moniker to “Alpha Jugs” after dealing with a Twitter troll.
The former professional gamer has achieved internet fame by sharing frequent sexy photos and giving her 756,000 followers gameplay advise. The 29-year-old is accustomed to receiving praise from her fan base, but she was also well-prepared for her online altercation with author Nick Adams.
Adams, who claims in his biography that former US President Donald Trump has sponsored him, had ranting: “In order to prevent sluggish female golfers from congesting the championship courses on weekends, shouldn’t a par-3 course be designated for them? There is no justification for allowing women to play at a slower tempo.”
Spiranac, who famously sparred with Bryson DeChambeau last year, dutifully responded, saying, “It would be so satisfying out driving you all day long,” but Adams, whose Twitter handle is (Alpha Male), teased her, saying, “Listen, Paige, you’re not famous because of your golf swing or how far you can drive the ball.”
Though unperturbed, the American beauty astonished her critic with a brilliant retort: “Nick, we all know that my milkers are excellent. I’m going to start going by Paige Spiranac (alpha jugs).”
Spiranac continued, later stating: “Nick is the kind of golfer who starts from the tips yet is unable to hit the ball farther than 220 yards. When he’s 310 out, he’ll wait for par 5s that come up in two. When someone in the group misses a putt, say “hit it, Sally.” A chance with the cart girl, he believes.”
Adams persisted in digging himself a deeper hole while adamantly arguing: “You are aware that I am correct. I have no regrets.” But Spiranac still had one more bullet to throw, noting: “Listen to Mommy Milkers, Little Nicky, and then go to your room. You’re making yourself seem bad.”
Unsurprisingly, the majority of followers supported the influencer, and @sjonesreno735 proposed the following solution to end the dispute: “From the same tee box, challenge Nick to an 18-hole competition. If it’s broadcast, all the money will go to the winner’s preferred charity. He won’t agree because you’d humiliate and easily defeat him.”
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