Miss USA and Miss Teen USA CROWN DROPS: Bullying Allegations Rock Pageants

Miss USA and Miss Teen USA CROWN DROPS: Bullying Allegations Rock Pageants
Please fol­low and like us:
Pin Share

Dra­ma Alert! The beau­ty pageant world is shook after Miss USA and Miss Teen USA resigned, spilling the tea on a dark side.

Miss USA 2023 Noelia Voigt (24) peaced out just sev­en months in, cit­ing men­tal health strug­gles. This is a MAJOR first for the 72-year-old pageant!

Days lat­er, Miss Teen USA Uma­Sofia Sri­vas­ta­va (17) fol­lowed suit, say­ing her val­ues don’t vibe with the orga­ni­za­tion’s direc­tion any­more. ✌

Wait, there’s more! Insid­ers claim both queens faced a “tox­ic” sit­u­a­tion for months. Their iron-clad con­tracts forced them to fake smiles while deal­ing with “bad vibes” at work.

Sources dish that Miss USA boss Lay­lah Rose might be the dra­ma queen. Alleged­ly, she micro­man­aged and harassed the title­hold­ers, even send­ing “scary emails” and con­trol­ling their social media!

Is this the real tea? These accu­sa­tions paint a pic­ture of lead­er­ship issues and a lack of sup­port for the queens’ well-being. Espe­cial­ly after the trag­ic death of Miss USA 2019 Ches­lie Kryst in 2022, men­tal health con­cerns are HUGE.

The peo­ple want change! With both queens and the social media man­ag­er bounc­ing, there’s a call for a pageant makeover. The focus should be on empow­er­ing young women, not a “bul­ly or be bul­lied” cul­ture. ‍♀

Please fol­low and like us:
Pin Share

1 Trackback / Pingback

  1. Miss Teen USA Controversy: Runner-Up Stephanie Skinner Declines Crown - scandalsmag

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*