'Masks on, bras off': Paige Spiranac's solution to virus problem

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter
Paige Spiranac (pictured) has called for a 'masks on, bras off' move to get people wearing masks during the coronavirus pandemic. (Getty Images)

Instagram sensation Paige Spiranac has hit back at critics as the US continues its battle against the coronavirus pandemic.

On Friday the US recorded its single biggest day of coronavirus cases - surpassing 40,000 - since the global pandemic gripped the nation.

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As health experts call for more drastic changes, some states have introduced mandatory mask rules.

But there has been opposition to the rules as numbers continue to spike.

However, Instagram sensation Spiranac has called out critics and provided a solution.

“Guys refusing to wear masks but will shame women for going braless under their shirts,” she said on Twitter.

After plenty of support, she claimed: “Consensus is masks on, bras off.”

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The solution was a big hit with her fans that have become regular listeners of her podcast during the pandemic.

She previously revealed a horrifying ordeal in which an explicit photo of her was shared online, as well as taking aim at the ‘elitist’ male culture in golf.

She also recently opened up about her many failed attempts to find love, saying men would ‘take advantage’ of her for golf tips.

“I would always open up a conversation with, ‘Hey I play golf’ and anything along those lines and I thought that it would work,” Spiranac said.

“Unfortunately, guys were using me for golf lessons, golf equipment and golf balls.”

The 27-year-old has taken some time away from professional golf to focus on a media career and her anti-bullying charity work.

She is an ambassador for Cybersmile - educating young people about the dangers of cyber-bullying.