Ines M Roml, a 19-year-old Spanish TikTok star living in the USA, uploaded an emotional video pleading to her haters to stop hurting her.
A Spanish born girl known as Ines M Roml on TikTok is exploding in popularity after her series of videos where she tries to say English words with her thick Spanish accent. After just one year she almost has 2 million subscribers.
She is considered to be cute, adorable and even wholesome and her natural videos is what sets her aside from millions of other TikTok creators… and some of those TikTokers are lashing out at her in jealousy.
Younger creators are calling Ines M Roml terrible names and sending her death threats. Why? Because, according to them, she looks and sounds annoying.
Some screenshots captured by Australian pop-culture news site Sausage Roll reveal that most of these hateful comments come from young non-binary kids. Apparently they take offense to her plain looks and the fact that she doesn’t reveal her pronouns in her bio.
Hateful and hurtful comments directed at 19-year-old TikTok star Ines M Roml courtesy of Sausage Roll.
After Ines read the hatful hurtful comments left on her video she uploaded a an emotional video to her TikTok channel talking about her haters and her insecurities in her adorable Spanish accent.
“Okay, I was not going to make a video. O look terrible so please excuse that,” Ines said with tears in her eyes.
“I just want to clarify that — yes — this is my real voice and I’ve been getting really mean comments saying ‘that I’m the worst thing that I’ve ever witnessed’ or that I’m annoying and my voices is one of my biggest insecurities and, I don’t know, it just really hurts.”
“I just wanted to say that there’s real people behind the cameras and please be mindful of what you say,” before finishing on a lovely note, adding, “and I love you guys.”