I love sunbathing in my bathing suit on my porch – my neighbors think it’s weird, but I don’t let it bother me
An influencer has lashed out at her neighbors, who disapproved of her sunbathing on their porch.
Renee Noe, 22, from California, went viral on TikTok Earlier this year, she released a video of herself enjoying the sun in front of her house.
She captioned the clip, “It’s porch tanning season.”
The video shows Renee in a white and navy swimsuit lying on a striped towel in front of one of her windows.
However, the model made fun of her nosy neighbors with her cheeky tone.
Pictured: Model Renee Noe, 22, went viral on TikTok when she posted a video of her sunbathing outside her home
The audio – taken from the Kardashians’ TV show – begins with Khloe saying, ‘Are you alright?’ Are you going insane?’
Renee then mimed Kris’ response, “Maybe.”
For the purposes of the video, Renee deduced that it was her neighbors who thought she was “losing her composure” – after giving her disapproving looks while sunbathing.
She captioned the clip, “My neighbors when they see me tanning on my porch.”
Renee then completed the caption with a crying emoji – but insisted she wouldn’t bow to their pressure to stop.
The video has garnered over 29,000 “likes” since it was uploaded in March – prompting Renee’s 680,000 followers to flock to her.
One, siding with Renee, replied, “I’ll keep walking around in my bathing suit with no pool in sight.”
Impressed with her confidence, another added, “I’m too scared to tan on my porch.”
Pictured: Renee on a trip to Lake Powell, Arizona in June 2021. The influencer has 680,000 TikTok followers
Renee captioned her viral TikTok clip, “My neighbors when they see me tanning on my porch.”
The video has garnered over 29,000 “likes” since it was uploaded in March – and has viewers flocking to Renee
“Lol love you girl,” said a third. “So positive!”
Meanwhile, a fourth called the influencer a “queen”.
In addition, Fifth speculated that the neighbors might be jealous of Renee’s slim build.
They added, “The neighbor’s wife says, ‘I have to go to the gym,’ and feels unsafe.” [as] Your husband keeps looking out the window.’