90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – Holly Weeks Turns The Tables On Haters

During the fifth season of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, TLC fans were introduced to Holly Weeks and her South African lover, Wayne Cornish. Despite being the subject of much online criticism and hate, Holly turned the negativity around and started a charity for proceeds from anti-bullying sales.

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In a recent development, Wayne Cornish, the man in the life of Holly Weeks, expressed his anger and disappointment on Instagram regarding the rumors being spread about Holly. He called the hate “absolutely ridiculous and sickening” and urged fans to cease their hurtful and false comments. Holly, on the other hand, took a different approach, taking to  TikTok to slam the ugliness.

The newcomer to 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way posted an extract of an article we wrote about how she was doxxed. In the comments of that reshare, she talked about how someone went and painted “Whore…on my driveway.”

Additionally, she claimed, “letters were sent to me of death threats and sexual assault.” Asked for receipts, loyal fans saw off trolls. After all, she dished receipts on the doxing and doesn’t owe people any more than that.

90 Day Fiance: Holly Weeks

90 Day Fiancé Spoilers – Holly Weeks Turns The Tables On Haters

Since the doxing, the TLC star has learned not to reshare so much of the negativity. After all, it only makes trolls worse. Who knows why they do it, but they seem to love the attention. Instead, she decided to turn bad into good.

A few days ago, she took to Instagram and shared the news that she was selling bracelets to prevent bullying, In that post, she said, “I’m starting [a] new charity?? to be kind to others anti bulling. [If] You’d like to buy a bracelet the process of the donations go to suicide, prevention awareness. 6.00.”

90 Day Fiance The Other Way - Holly Weeks Turns The Tables On Haters
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More products followed, and for now, TLC fans can order them by direct message on Instagram. Notably, signed and personally noted tees will cost 90 Day Fiance fans a bit extra.

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It’s early days yet, but in time, probably, the 90 Day Fiance star will find a way to verify that the proceeds do indeed, go to charity. Fans seem interested in the venture. Do you agree that one way to turn the tables on haters is to use the situation for good to prevent other people from suffering from bullying? Shout out in the comments below.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way right now. The TLC show airs on Sunday at 8 pm ET/PT on TLC.

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