PAIGE SPIRANAC has slammed a crude fan who said golf should be on Pornhub if she was playing.
The 27-year-old former professional golfer brilliantly hit back that ‘wearing leggings’ on the course ‘is not equivalent to doing porn’.
Spiranac has built a loyal social media following after failing to qualify for the LPGA Tour in 2016.
She took to Twitter on Sunday to declare: “Golf should be on Nickelodeon.”
Which prompted one follower to reply: “If you’re playing it should be on Pornhub!”
But Spiranac blasted: “Wearing leggings to golf is not equivalent to doing porn.”
It’s not the first time Spiranac has had to deal with malicious comments for light-hearted Twitter posts.
The American previously revealed she was labelled a ‘whore’ and threatened with death threats by San Diego Padres supporters when joking about their fanbase.Paige Spiranac regularly updates her followers with glam shots[/caption]
She said: “I was under the perception that no one liked the Padres.
“In my 27-years I have never met a Padres fan, then I saw a video of everyone celebrating and being so excited in San Diego.
“I retweeted the video and said ‘this is funny as no one turned up to their games when they sucked.’
“Then I had all these Padres fans… I got lit up!
“I ended up apologising and regretting it because I was getting death threats, people were like ‘come to El Cajon and I will cut you.’
“Some guy called me a washed-up porn star, he said ‘a washed-up porn star has no right talking about baseball – get back into it whore.'”
Spiranac recently made headlines for warning men that getting a coronavirus test is like giving oral sex.
During a discussion on her podcast ‘Playing A Round’, co-host Josh Temple said being swabbed in the mouth was ‘most unpleasant’.
To which Spiranac replied: “Well now you know exactly what it’s like for women all the time.
“Guys are such p*****s. They have something in their mouth and they’re like ‘oh no, that’s so uncomfortable’.
“So now you know and maybe you’ll think twice next time.”
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She said: “It was horrible, just getting these random messages from people you don’t know and they’ve seen you in such a vulnerable way. It was disgusting.
“When I finally confronted the guy and said, ‘I can’t believe you did this to me’, he said – and I’ll never forget this – ‘You are the s*** who sent it to me, you deserve this.”