Paige Spiranac Questions TikTok Guidelines After Her Content Gets Shadowbanned

The social media influencer asked her followers for their thoughts on the matter.
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac.


Everyone’s favorite golf influencer, Paige Spiranac, posed a question regarding content that gets deemed “inappropriate” on TikTok that frankly we’d all like an answer to. 

“So I was told that all of my content is shadowbanned because of the girls,” the 30-year-old said in her clip as she subtly panned the camera to her cleavage. Spiranac wore a low-cut cropped white athleisure top with a collar, which she paired with pink bottoms.

“I don’t get it, because when I’m scrolling through the ‘For You Page,’ I have girls in bikinis dancing to ‘One Margarita,’ and I’m like, ‘Yass girl, get it!’ but I also want to get it,” she added.

Spiranac wrote, “Make the guidelines make sense” across her video and further illustrated her point in her caption: “No one is able to see my videos these days. Anyone else struggling with this?”

“More golf!” one of Spiranac’s 1.5 million followers on the platform suggested. In her response, Spiranac noted that those videos were also being blocked from feeds.

“My golf videos are shadow banned!” the one-time SI Swimsuit model wrote. “I post multiple golf videos and only like 100 people see them so I just keep trying to repost and it doesn’t work.”

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