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‘Went from criticizing Rich Boomers to becoming a Rich Boomer’: Influencer from ‘OK Boomer’ TikTok criticized after showing off her $2 million apartment

neekolul in her apartment

A favourite TikTok user provoked resistance online after showing off her$ 2 million apartment.

Nicole Sanchez, known on the pulpit as "Neekolul, " met brandishes last year after wearing a T-shirt from Sen. Bernie Sanders( I-Vt .) while singing a song commonly referred to as "OK Boomer."

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Sanchez, who's also known for wearing a sweatshirt from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez( D-N.Y .) that includes the text "tax the rich, " has since racked up more than 700,000 followers.

But the TikTok user is now being accused of hypocrisy after many of her admirers claimed that she was boasting about her wealth.

In a video uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday, Sanchez gave her observers a " $2,000, 000 Apartment Tour."

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Viewers, however, weren't impressed by Sanchez's apartment or its “East Wing” gaming room.

The video was quickly inundated with negative the remarks and eventually received more than four times as countless downvotes as upvotes.

“The OK Boomer girl ran from blaming Rich Boomers to becoming a Rich Boomer, ” one user wrote on YouTube.

Others argued that Sanchez's deems on opulence almost surely deepened after the money started rolling in.

"Well. Wasn’t she the same girl that said 'tax the rich' but coming a 2 mil apt. Irony, " another user said. "And moved to Dallas from cali to avoid taxes. Weird."

It turns out that Sanchez attempted to defend her rich in a video last-place March in which she argued that the rich were billionaires , not millionaires.

“I think when people mean like,' Tax the rich, ’ I visualize at the end of the day they do mean, like, billionaires and people who have insane, unfathomable amounts of rich, " she said.

Sanchez also went on to push back against statements she saw inconsiderate in matters of her finances.

“I had my stance on views and politics when I first put the first' OK Boomer’ TikTok. And even like, whatever I’m building now, compared to then, I would see if people would be upset if I didn’t have those views anymore, ” she lent. “Whether I’m making this money or not, I exactly feel like it’s not something to be rude about. Because there’s nothing to be rude about."

Despite the reaction, Sanchez continues to put out regular material to her substantial following on all of her social media profiles.

The Daily Dot has reached out to Sanchez.

H/ T Yahoo News

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