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Trisha Paytas has been forced to deny the strange rumours that they were going to give birth to a reincarnated Queen Elizabeth II.
At least, that’s what it says on their Wikipedia page.
Anyway, now they’ve been forced to deny the strange online conspiracy that they were about to rebirth the recently deceased Queen Elizabeth II.
Check out that response here:
Yes, it all seems to have started when the RuPaul’s Drag Race star Jasmine Kennedy tweeted: "How much y'all wanna bet Trisha Paytas is going to say [their] child is the reincarnation of queen?"
It quickly picked up a head of steam and before long, Paytas was trending.
If ever you needed conclusive proof that Twitter is the weirdest part of the internet, consider the idea that a YouTuber and vlogger was suddenly moving in the same sphere as a dead monarch.
Amidst all of the tub-thumping and nationalistic fervour sweeping the UK over the past few days, it’s definitely a piece of light relief.
Not for Paytas it would seem.
Paytas said: “Okay, first and foremost, I am still very much pregnant. It is September 9 2022, and I'm still very much pregnant.”
They continued: “Yesterday on the internet I - for some reason was trending - and I was so scared because I've been trying to stay out of drama and everything.
“This was attention I did not want. So basically, there was rumours yesterday that I had my baby and also the Queen died yesterday, and it just felt really weird to say anything about anything for a number of reasons."
They added: “I didn't I didn't want to say anything or to make it about me or anything.
“It just felt weird. I am so sorry, Royal Family that my name was even trending under the Queen's like I was just so I was so embarrassed. Not only that, it's also my first pregnancy.
“I'm still very pregnant and you're getting personal texts and phone calls from people in our real life [to] say congratulations.”
OK, that’s actually not great.
Paytas went on to say that whilst they’ve not had the baby yet, it is well on the way, saying that they ‘did not have a baby and there’s no reincarnated queen in my baby’.
That clears that up then.
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