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OnlyFans star cops brutal answer when she asks man if he thinks she’s ‘hot’

OnlyFans star cops brutal answer when she asks man if he thinks she’s ‘hot’

He reckons no one is 'simping' for her.

Former Neighbours star turned OnlyFans model Scarlet Vas has suffered a brutal takedown when she was speaking to the public for social media content.

Scarlet, who is best known for her time on the soap playing police officer Mishti Sharma, chatted to a guy and asked for some honest truths.

In a high-pitched voice, the actor wanted to know if the hoodie-clad man 'thought she was hot'.

And, well, we're going to assume his response was not what she expected.

She asked: "Do you have a girlfriend?"

The man replied he didn't, to which she asked: "Do you think I'm hot?"

Instagram/Scarlet Vas

He responded 'Eh, not really', and when she asked him why he didn't mince his words: "Way many (sic) more people [out there are] attractive than you."

He then finished: "No one is going to be simping over you."

Simping, for those out there unfamiliar with the term, is a term popular in Gen-Z culture when someone obsesses over someone else who does not return their affection.

Yikes, savage.

The video has garnered more than 39.7 million views, eclipsing all of Vas' other videos on TikTok which usually cop views of 500,000 to 2 million.

The video, posted to Vas' own account, is full of commenters praising the man for roasting her.

One user said: "This man is going in the history books."

Others slammed him for unnecessarily body shaming her.

One user said: "I agree with him but the body shaming was a bit too much."

Another added: "He's a hater who feels better about himself by putting others down."

A third commented: "Ain't no way bro is judging her for her body."

Others commented the word 'sigma', which is a slang term used in masculinist subcultures for a 'popular, successful, but highly independent and self-reliant man'.

It was popularised by self-described misogynist Andrew Tate, so excuse us while we go vomit.

Scarlet Vas was approached for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Scarlet Vas/Instagram. Scarlet Vas/TikTok.

Topics: TikTok, Social Media, Australia, Celebrity