Model and Painter Defends Instagram Posts: Cristina Szeifert Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
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Model and Painter Defends Instagram Posts: Cristina Szeifert Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Cristina Szeifert Wiki

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Instagram influencer, model and painter, Cristina Szeifert has recently been responding to critics who are accusing her of being a “fake” painter and staging photos that claim to show her painting.
an ex-model and a blogger on her website.

 

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“Also, who wears nice clothes when painting,” the top comment on the original post said.
This specific Reddit community takes pride in calling out doctored and fake images posted to social media, so it isn’t a surprise that r/Instagramreality is leading the charge attacking Szeifert.

She Wearing Nice Clothes with Her Paintings

Specifically, they are wondering why the paint palette in the Instagrams never changes from post to post.


“I have on my phone videos from almost every painting I did,” Szeifert told BuzzFeed, directly taking on critics. “I am a model, artist, psychologist, and a public person so my image is very important — of course I don’t picture myself with dirty clothes.”
 
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Szeifert Responded to Criticism on Her Instagram Page

In her most recent post to Instagram, Szeifert directly responded to criticism as she shared photos and videos of herself painting some of her artwork.


“I just wanted to clarify that due to the negativity going around in the last days. All my paintings are made by my self as this one. I don’t always use a palette as I don’t have one in London,” Seifert wrote.
She’s also asking people to leave her, and her manicured Instagrams, alone.
“I love painting and it will always be my passion. I want everyone to cherish creativity and do something constructive and positive for the world instead of spreading hate and negativity,” Szeifert wrote.
 

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