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I have 1.6 million fans on TikTok but mom didn’t ‘get it’ until I appeared on the RTE Late Late Show, says Miriam Mullins

IRISH TikTok star Miriam Mullins said her mom didn’t know how she made money on the app until she chatted with Ryan Tubridy on the Late Late Show.

The cork influencers have more than 1.6 million TikTok fans and get 20 million views of her comedy content every week.

TikTok star Miriam Mullins

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TikTok star Miriam Mullins
Miriam Mullins appeared on Late Late Show in September

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Miriam Mullins appeared on Late Late Show in September

Miriam, 26 years old, appeared on Late in September.

She said: “I remember when I left my job, my mother said, ‘What are you going to do now?’ I said, ‘Mom, I’m doing social media full time’.

“She was like, ‘How do you make money?’ I explained to her how I made it, she didn’t really understand it, but when I was asked to be on the Late Show, she said, ‘Now I get it. Because I went to Late Late, she thinks I’m fine now. ”

But while she clearly gets a lot of love from her fans, she says she had to leave Twitter because of the negative comments.

‘TWITTER IS WORK’

Miriam said: “Twitter is the worst, I don’t have it at all, I deleted it.

“I started trending on it twice for no reason because people just hate me on it. It’s a strange place. ”

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Calling it “toxic”, she told the Irish Sun: “If you Google yourself, things may come up but if you go on Twitter and write your name, it will be 90% negative about yourself. .

“Unfortunately, that’s just the way Twitter is. It could be something someone Tweeted a few weeks ago but that day you might feel a bit down and you read it and think, ‘Oh my God, someone thought so’.

“I just don’t look at those things anymore, it’s not even worth it. I actually think that finding yourself on Twitter is a form of self-harm because people are so annoying.

“It’s someone else’s opinion but at the end of the day, they won’t say it in front of you.”

She added: “I’ve had horrible things to say about me, but I know who I am and the people around me.

“I’m happy with myself so at the end of the day that’s all that matters because you don’t need someone else’s negative opinion of you to change how you feel.”

TWITTER’S HATE STORY

Miriam found herself at the center of a Twitter storm earlier this year when she made a TikTok comment by a young Traveler who said Irish people were racist towards her.

Miriam left a comment below it, saying: “Honestly, I don’t think it’s racist but discriminatory.”

And she was quickly hit with negative comments, as she explained: “As an influencer, you need to be careful what you say.

“You stand out a mile. I remember one time when I left a comment under someone’s video, I really just corrected them, ‘I think this is what you meant.’

“Because what they say in the video doesn’t make sense to me, but it clearly makes sense to someone else.

“And that’s when I went viral on Twitter because people liked to comment ‘Oh Miriam Mullins’.” There are thousands of comments under this video but only because I have a blue tick next to my name, comment by I’ve stood out for miles and people are just flocking to me.”

‘I WAS IN A GREAT STATE’

Miriam added: “It was the girl who texted me in the video and said, ‘I’m so sorry you’ve received all this hate, I totally know what you mean and thank you for being nice. and whatever’.

“But at the time they were turning everything and everything and I was in a terrible state, I was just trying to be nice.”

Miriam – who met her boyfriend Tiaan Heyns in the US before the Covid pandemic – is hoping to do television work in the future, and also launch a beauty product.

She also joined Pair Mobile as a brand ambassador after they came to her rescue when she smashed her phone screen.

Miriam added: “I’m grateful for this pandemic because if it weren’t for the pandemic, I probably wouldn’t have started TikTok and I probably wouldn’t be where I am now.

“So everything happens for a reason.”

Miriam met her boyfriend Tiaan Heyns in the US before the Covid pandemic

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Miriam met her boyfriend Tiaan Heyns in the US before the Covid pandemic
Miriam started TikTok with classic Irish-breasted girl videos

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Miriam started TikTok with classic Irish-breasted girl videos

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