Not all situations need a response. This incident according to many internet users is a perfect example of it. Natasha Maree's video went viral on social media but the internet is left divided on who to support after the video and the whole ordeal appears completely harmless. Watch the clip and read the argument and let us know your views in the comments.
Internet is divided over its opinion when a fitness instructor posted a video on social media account claiming that the woman in the clip shamed her for wearing a g-string bikini at a family beach.
The video is posted by influencer Natasha Maree and the incident is said to happen in Adelaide, Australia.
However, the clip shows the opposite as the woman is seen in the video just coming and washing her feet and then leaving and no interaction between the two women is recorded.
Natasha has since posted to TikTok with the caption: "Woman at the end had a go at me for wearing a bikini at the beach".
After watching the clip, the internet was left in a fix as there were no clear interaction shows between the ladies and one person even commented under the video: "She clearly didn't say a single thing to her and just washed her feet HAHAHAH."
However, it seems like Natasha was prepared with this reaction and had prepared a response which she posted in a follow-up video. In the second video, the woman who shamed her for wearing a bikini is confronted for shaming her.
She captioned this one: "Karen doesn't want me in a bikini."
In this clip, when the woman after washing her feet is walking away she is confronted by a man, most probably Natasha's boyfriend.
The man who filmed the encounter at the showers continues to film the so-called Karen as he asks: "You think the g-string's not good? Not a fan?"
To which the woman responds: "I think it's great but there's a lot of kids here. A lot of families and a lot of people are like … dressing like that."
"But thanks for putting me on Facebook," she says, before walking away.
Again after this second clip too, the internet was left divided by the exchange.
There are people who defended the unknown woman in the clip, as one person commented:"Seems like there's more to this story that is not being told. Maybe she thought you were creeping on this lady and said something to her."
While another wrote the woman "has the right to have an opinion. She's not Karen."
Clearly, there is a lot of difference of opinion. Let us know in the comments what do you think of the situation and do you think the influencer overreacted or the unknown woman unnecessarily interfered in the situation.