OnlyFans model says man's outburst at gym is proof 'women aren’t safe in 2024'

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By Asiya Ali

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An OnlyFans model has gone viral after posting a video of a man interrupting her gym session, claiming it is proof "women aren’t safe in 2024".

Adult content creator Madi Ruvee - who goes by the handle @yourfavouritedaughter2 on TikTok - left viewers divided after sharing a now-deleted clip of her working out in the gym.

Ruvee wrote in the text overlay: "This is why 2024 is unsafe for women," and showed herself in a deep squat, holding a weight and rocking back and forth.

A few seconds into the video, an unnamed male gymgoer approaches the woman - who charges $11 on the risque subscription service - asking: "Yo, what are you doing."

Watch Ruvee's below:

The TikToker responded that she was simply doing "leg day warm-ups," however, the man disagreed and replied: "No don't give me that bullish**, I know you know what you're doing."

He then said she was an example of what is "wrong with girls," and added that she should keep this kind of behavior "online," branding it "ridiculous".

Ruvee seems to be visibly shocked by the confrontation, responding to the man, "Are you pointing at me?" He then proceeded to kick her phone as he walked away, damaging it in the process.

The racy content creator posted the exchange on her Instagram page and captioned it "Was he being for real IS HE VALID[?]" and the comment section on various social media platforms seemed divided, to say the least.

Some people said his behavior was 100 percent valid because she wasn’t stretching correctly, as one user on X (formerly Twitter) wrote: "No, he is [100%] correct . She knows exactly what she is doing," while another added: "I'm sorry but her facial expressions say it all. anyone who exercises knows this isn’t any sort of 'leg day warmup' or pulse squats."

"She also has an OnlyFans and I’m pretty sure this is a ploy to gain more traction. if that’s what you want to do, fine, but not in public spaces," they added.

A third argued that Ruvee "was doing a 'service' for her [OnlyFans] in another man's property, in front of his clients," and stated that the man "had every right to kick her out".

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The TikToker shared a video of her "leg day warm-ups," but was confronted by a man who said she was an example of what is "wrong with girls". Credit: Serts / Getty

However, others contended that Ruvee was just doing pulse squats and that the man was wrong to reproach her in the way he did.

"All I see is some girl doing whatever the hell she wants and some fragile guy being unnecessarily bothered by it because he doesn’t know how to turn his head or look the other way. Focus on you. Breaking people’s phones in gyms is worse than whatever she was doing," one user reacted.

A second user chimed in: "She’s minding her business in a corner, fully clothed, and was approached for minding her business and doing some form of pulse WARM UP which isn’t abnormal," and added in a follow-up post: "I think assuming her smiling is 'she knows what she’s doing' is a huge way to blame her as well because different ppl react certain ways. She’s being approached and blamed for… stretching???"

Another person commented under her Instagram post that she should "report him to the manager of the gym for harassment," and stated, "even if he is the owner, it’s still unacceptable for him to approach you like that".

Ruvee responded to a comment that said the man was "100% valid," and pointed out that regardless of her OnlyFans, she should be able to stretch at the gym without being told off.

"So just because I do [OnlyFans] I'm not allowed to stretch at the gym? Because before I started [OnlyFans] I was doing that same stretch before every leg day," she said.

"And all the people saying that I deserve to have my phone kicked, I deserve to be harassed in public because I was minding my business in the smallest corner of the gym… is there a rule that says no phones?" she continued. "No there’s not. Was it on a tripod? Was I being obnoxious?"

"No, I wasn’t. Was I being loud? No. So it’s really sad to me to see all these comments saying that I deserve something because I went to the gym and was stretching," she said, speculating that the stranger already knew who she was and that "made him angry".

What do you guys think?

Featured image credit: Enes Evren / Getty

OnlyFans model says man's outburst at gym is proof 'women aren’t safe in 2024'

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By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

An OnlyFans model has gone viral after posting a video of a man interrupting her gym session, claiming it is proof "women aren’t safe in 2024".

Adult content creator Madi Ruvee - who goes by the handle @yourfavouritedaughter2 on TikTok - left viewers divided after sharing a now-deleted clip of her working out in the gym.

Ruvee wrote in the text overlay: "This is why 2024 is unsafe for women," and showed herself in a deep squat, holding a weight and rocking back and forth.

A few seconds into the video, an unnamed male gymgoer approaches the woman - who charges $11 on the risque subscription service - asking: "Yo, what are you doing."

Watch Ruvee's below:

The TikToker responded that she was simply doing "leg day warm-ups," however, the man disagreed and replied: "No don't give me that bullish**, I know you know what you're doing."

He then said she was an example of what is "wrong with girls," and added that she should keep this kind of behavior "online," branding it "ridiculous".

Ruvee seems to be visibly shocked by the confrontation, responding to the man, "Are you pointing at me?" He then proceeded to kick her phone as he walked away, damaging it in the process.

The racy content creator posted the exchange on her Instagram page and captioned it "Was he being for real IS HE VALID[?]" and the comment section on various social media platforms seemed divided, to say the least.

Some people said his behavior was 100 percent valid because she wasn’t stretching correctly, as one user on X (formerly Twitter) wrote: "No, he is [100%] correct . She knows exactly what she is doing," while another added: "I'm sorry but her facial expressions say it all. anyone who exercises knows this isn’t any sort of 'leg day warmup' or pulse squats."

"She also has an OnlyFans and I’m pretty sure this is a ploy to gain more traction. if that’s what you want to do, fine, but not in public spaces," they added.

A third argued that Ruvee "was doing a 'service' for her [OnlyFans] in another man's property, in front of his clients," and stated that the man "had every right to kick her out".

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The TikToker shared a video of her "leg day warm-ups," but was confronted by a man who said she was an example of what is "wrong with girls". Credit: Serts / Getty

However, others contended that Ruvee was just doing pulse squats and that the man was wrong to reproach her in the way he did.

"All I see is some girl doing whatever the hell she wants and some fragile guy being unnecessarily bothered by it because he doesn’t know how to turn his head or look the other way. Focus on you. Breaking people’s phones in gyms is worse than whatever she was doing," one user reacted.

A second user chimed in: "She’s minding her business in a corner, fully clothed, and was approached for minding her business and doing some form of pulse WARM UP which isn’t abnormal," and added in a follow-up post: "I think assuming her smiling is 'she knows what she’s doing' is a huge way to blame her as well because different ppl react certain ways. She’s being approached and blamed for… stretching???"

Another person commented under her Instagram post that she should "report him to the manager of the gym for harassment," and stated, "even if he is the owner, it’s still unacceptable for him to approach you like that".

Ruvee responded to a comment that said the man was "100% valid," and pointed out that regardless of her OnlyFans, she should be able to stretch at the gym without being told off.

"So just because I do [OnlyFans] I'm not allowed to stretch at the gym? Because before I started [OnlyFans] I was doing that same stretch before every leg day," she said.

"And all the people saying that I deserve to have my phone kicked, I deserve to be harassed in public because I was minding my business in the smallest corner of the gym… is there a rule that says no phones?" she continued. "No there’s not. Was it on a tripod? Was I being obnoxious?"

"No, I wasn’t. Was I being loud? No. So it’s really sad to me to see all these comments saying that I deserve something because I went to the gym and was stretching," she said, speculating that the stranger already knew who she was and that "made him angry".

What do you guys think?

Featured image credit: Enes Evren / Getty