'She can't be serious': Mikaela Testa slammed for 'weeping' for homeless while driving $100k TESLA down Skid Row
OnlyFans model Mikaela Testa has been slammed by fans for her tone-deaf comments
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Model Mikaela Testa, who has quite the stardom on OnlyFans, received criticism for releasing a video of herself sobbing for homeless people as she drove a pricey Tesla through Skid Rowa, an impoverished locality in Los Angeles.
The 22-year-old Australian influencer recently visited America with a female friend and filmed a number of vlogs on TikTok to share her everyday experiences. In one video, the women can be seen hiring a Tesla, which is worth roughly $100K, before heading to a high-end supermarket to spend $130 on salads. The two then took a car to Downtown Los Angeles to see the iconic Cecil Hotel, a dilapidated building that has witnessed a number of memorable killings.To get to this location, Mikaela had to drive down Skid Row, a locality with unfortunately high rates of poverty and a large homeless population.
As she recorded footage of homeless camps on the streets, Mikaela commented somberly, "Driving through these streets was very heartbreaking, I could not stop crying." "I couldn't even make it through, I was not going to get out of the car, so I missed out," she added. Mikaela's thoughts abruptly took an odd turn, and she started debating whether American or Australian currency was more attractive. "What country's money is better? The plastic, washable Australian money or the American money with blood stains on it?" She asked, flashing $100 bills at the camera. "The American one is so aesthetic, I love it much more," she added.
Mikaela was instantly criticized by Tiktok users, with one writing on the video, "LMFAOOOO she can't be serious." Another remarked, pointing out how tone-deaf Mikaela's remarks sounded, "The homeless make me cry... which money is prettier?"
Since then, Mikaela has taken the comments out of the video. That hasn't prevented some individuals, though, from venting their anger in other comments on her page.
One user said the following under her most recent video, which showed her vacation in Greece, "Please remember to refrain from recording urself at weird angles if you see any people in disadvantaged positions during your stay." "So deactivating the comments is the new way of addressing things?" another asked.
According to reports, Mikaela makes around $162,000 every month through the sale of X-rated pictures and videos on OnlyFans.