Trisha Paytas wanted to clear the air about the extravagant conspiracy theory that took over the internet earlier this week. What is the theory you ask? That they gave birth to the reincarnation of Queen Elizabeth II. Yes, you read that right…
In case you missed, the odd rumor started when the controversial social media influencer tweeted on Wednesday that they had been dilated by a centimeter. The next day, it was sadly announced Buckingham Palace that Queen Elizabeth passed away hours after doctors shared they were “concerned” about her health. So naturally, based on the moment, the internet went crazy with the idea that the 96-year-old monarch would reincarnate as Trisha’s baby. See some of the reactions (below):
trisha paytas: what’s wrong with my baby
Doctor: what is it?
– adriana (@ basedfemcel2000) September 8, 2022
you’re laughing. Queen elizabeth is about to be reincarnated as the baby of trisha paytas and you are laughing.
– Angie???? ☠️ ???????? ♀️ kraken era (@vloggertaika) September 8, 2022
trisha paytas ‘baby for 10 years’ pic.twitter.com/dqTmNPgirf
– matt (@mattxiv) September 8, 2022
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Online memes got so out of control that the 34-year-old YouTuber jumped in TikTok Friday to confirm that she is, in fact, still pregnant and therefore has not given birth to His Majesty’s reincarnation. Trisha admits in the video that they felt “embarrassed” to see their names tending to the late monarch, saying:
“Yesterday online, I, for some reason, became trendy. And I was so scared because I was trying to stay away from the drama and everything, and I realized that the last troll on the internet was trolled. And not in a good way. This is the attention I don’t want. “
The OnlyFans The model went on to explain that they don’t address the rumors as it goes viral because “it feels weird to say anything about anything for some reason” and would have “poor taste” when a family is grieving right now:
“There was a great tragedy, it felt so strange. I’m a millennial so I find it weird that people are memeing this death. I don’t want to do that about me. I am so sorry to the royal family that my name has become a trend under the Queen, I am really embarrassed.”
Trisha also noted that they “felt like a letdown” to tell anyone who contacted them with congratulations on the baby’s birth that they were still pregnant before insisting to fans. :
“But I have no children of my own and no reincarnation of the Queen in my children.”
The mother-to-be also shared that in addition to feeling uncomfortable with the situation, the plot also made them “sad” for their daughter:
“My baby hasn’t even been born yet and she’s like an internet joke. Please treat my child well. She deserves love and respect.”
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Continue InstagramTrisha also offered her “consolation to the royal family”, adding:
“It is with great pleasure that the Queen has passed away.”
Trisha then lets everyone know that they will announce the birth when it happens. You can see the full post (below):
This is one of the weirdest conspiracy theories we’ve ever heard… Reaction, longtime readers? Let us know in the comments below.
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