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24-year-old Los Angeles woman goes viral for saying she’s ‘too hot’ to find a boyfriend

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‘I’M TOO HOT to get a boyfriend’: 24-year-old LA influencer claims her ‘incredible’ beauty has stopped her from finding love – because men are so intimidated by her looks they’re ‘afraid’ to ask her out


The influencer went viral after declaring she was “too hot” to find a boyfriend and claimed men were so “intimidated” by her looks that they were “afraid” to ask her out. 24-year-old Nadia Schwing (pictured) from Los Angeles, California, has never been in a serious relationship and admits she doesn’t have much dating experience. The ‘chronically single’ influencer says she’s independent and doesn’t feel the need to settle down – but her dating life came under the spotlight when she posted a video in which she blamed her looks for not having a partner.

In the clip, she looks downcast as the lyrics read: “No one talks about how hard it is to be literally so hot you can’t get [boyfriend] because all men are very frightened of you and fear you. Being incredibly hot is, frankly, a curse.” In the comments section, Hope quickly clarified that she meant the comment as “satire,” but the sentiment still resonated with users, with the video garnering more than 3.7 million views and 474,000 likes.

One viewer commented: “Especially when you also have a personality and standards and can’t fit everyone.”

“It’s a blessing and a curse,” another user agreed.

Someone else joked: “I’m going to believe it’s true about myself because any other explanation would be my last straw.”

“Convincing myself this is why I’m single,” said user Taylor.

User Joey commented: “The way you said it’s satire but it’s not… like I literally feel like it’s true for me,” while another TikToker named Olivia chimed in: “It’s not satire, it’s related.”

Fortunately, Hope is perfectly happy as she is. “I joke about being single and how I ‘hate’ it, but I’m totally fine with being single for as long as I need to,” the comedy influencer told NeedToKnow.online. “The video saying I’m ‘too scary and hot’ – I don’t really mean it. I’ve just noticed a trend among women who say things like this to explain why they’re single. It’s a more empowering – perhaps false – way of promoting ourselves and downplaying the fact that we’re chronically single. I’ve personally been told and heard women explain that they’re single because “the guy wants to be the hottest” or “I’m too hot, I scare him and turn him off” – just ridiculous satirical things like that.

“I thought it was clear in my video that it was satire and I was being existential and dramatic, but it was clearly not done. The funniest thing is that the women who comment are like, “It’s not satire, it’s relatable” or “real.” On the other hand, men mostly insult me, calling me ugly and looking almost crazy. I’ve never been in a serious relationship except for a “puppy crush” in early high school that lasted no more than a month. Nothing serious. I don’t have much dating experience because I don’t really have a need to date. I’m a busy girl and I think when it’s time for me to date, it will come to me. I don’t think I’ll be the one to chase it. Because I’ve been independent all my life, I’m used to being alone. Dating seems almost impossible in Los Angeles. Everyone is busy or just not ready to commit, which I totally understand.”

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