Social media influencer HRH Collection offered highly controversial advice for ugly women: “Fix your face, don’t go to college, use the money for plastic surgery.”
In a resurfaced podcast interview, Alexandra Peirce, known as “therealhrhcollection” on TikTok, sat down with podcaster Sarah Fraser and advised her unattractive audience to choose marriage over school, claiming: “No man wants a bright woman.”
The outspoken YouTuber and successful jewelry designer is known for her controversial, seemingly manic rants and has a history of shaming fat people, feminism and woke culture.
The “vibe and rant queen” rose to fame during the pandemic as she expressed her refreshing and hilariously hot interpretations of sheep-like mask wearers, gaining thousands of social media followers and a loyal fan base.
“What can someone do when they’re ugly?” asked Fraser.
“That’s what I said,” replied Peirce. No, don’t go to college. I’m telling you now: Don’t go to college.’
Social media influencer HRH Collection shared highly controversial advice for ugly women: “Fix your face, don’t go to college, use the money for plastic surgery.”
In a resurfaced podcast interview, Alexandra Peirce, known as “therealhrhcollection” on TikTok, sat down with podcaster Sarah Fraser and advised her unattractive audience to choose marriage over school, claiming: “No man wants a woke woman.”
The outspoken YouTuber and successful jewelry designer is known for her controversial, seemingly manic rants and has a history of shaming fat people, feminism and woke culture
“Take the money and get plastic surgery.” In the end, you will find someone who loves you and wants to be with you. And you’ll love yourself because you’re pretty,” she said.
“I have never had plastic surgery. I was just born with a pretty face. Guys, I have shots, we know that. But I’m not ugly. I’m not. I may be overweight, but I’m not ugly. That’s what you should do.’
“Don’t go to college and become a bright loser.” No man wants a bright woman. “No man is attracted to a woman with a woke ass.”
“Get your face fixed, make yourself pretty and you can get married.”
“You’ll be damn happy.” Get married, get out of the cities. That’s the truth.’
Despite her controversial comments, many users – including some long-time fans – expressed their strong support for Peirce and praised her outspoken stance in the comments.
“She says what needs to be said,” one user commented
“She’s so real,” another added.
“The best advice on the internet,” said a third.
Peirce’s awkward rants seem to have resonated with an audience that appreciates her fearless approach.
“I wish my mom had told me this… She honestly seems smart lol… I’m sending this to everyone on my campus.”
Peirce and her brother grew up in a middle-class household in California.
She said her brother was “hot,” but she was a “fat loser” in school and struggled with her weight her entire life.
“I became the fat, funny girl, but inside I felt miserable,” she said on the podcast.
She peaked in college, she said, explaining that she became more confident after losing weight and transferring from community college. Peirce then earned her master’s degree in international business in China.
This isn’t the first time HRH Collection has faced backlash for controversial statements on social media
“I’m a controversial person, I don’t care,” she said on the podcast.
During the pandemic, she called mask wearers “sheep” and had to leave LA due to the “mask Gestapo.”
In June last year, she became the target of vicious trolls after sharing photos from her wedding to second husband Jason Locke earlier this week.
The 38-year-old was relentlessly mocked for donning a recycled Zara dress at the reception, which was held in the parking lot of the Hitching Post Bar and Grill in Buellton, California.
The happy couple had a tent set up in the restaurant’s parking lot so they could enjoy their favorite steak with friends and family.
There were minimal decorations at the reception, although each table had a cherry-scented ashtray candle with “Mr & Mrs Locke” written on the front in gothic font.
Despite the small scale of the event, Alex decided to livestream the wedding on Instagram for a fee of $25.
YouTube star Alex Pierce (pictured) hit out at her critics after she was harassed over her budget wedding and “shabby” reception which took place in the parking lot of a bar and grill
After the wedding, Alex put on yoga pants and headed to a nearby casino with her husband and some of her closest friends
Alex said she “never knew what love was” until she met her second husband and that their wedding day was a celebration of that
Critics of the popular influencer called it “the cheesiest wedding ever,” and many took to social media to mock her for the location and low budget.
Alex responded to the backlash in a 32-minute video, explaining that she wanted a low-key wedding with her loved ones rather than opting for an extravagant “to-do.”
She also said she “never knew what love was” until she met her second husband and that their wedding day was a celebration of that – which is why they chose her favorite restaurant, Hitching Post, for the reception.