Trisha Paytas is now apologizing to Bees
In the latest Trisha Paytas mind-boggling news, they are apologizing to bees. During their recent TiKToks, they posted about loving Chai latte and hating people. At the same time, they explained that they use honey for it. However, when they googled and found out that bees were harmed, they apologized to the insects. Previously, they claimed that they have turned to veganism. However, Paytas’ dining room chairs have dead rabbits.
Few days back, Trisha Paytas claimed that they are now vegan
Recently, Trisha Paytas has turned to yoga, Hinduism, and spirituality. According to them, Hare Krishna who is a Hindu God, have changed their life for the better. Since Trisha Paytas started following Hare Krishna yoga and exploring their spirituality, they have felt content and at peace. At the same time, they claimed to have become vegan and cut out meat from their diet. While they are still not fully vegan, they have started to follow a partially plant-based diet. A few days back, Trisha Paytas also posted some videos claiming to be studying religions like Islam and Hinduism.
Despite their claims of being vegan, people have not forgotten their dining room chairs made of rabbits
On Halloween, Trisha Paytas and Moses Hacmon revealed their newly renovated dining room. According to them, they both love Beetlejuice and wanted to give tribute to Tim Burton. Therefore, they transformed their dining room to look like the same dining room from the film. During the big reveal, Hacmon excitedly admitted that their chairs have real rabbit fur for the backs. At one point, Paytas asked if they can say it on camera. After they received backlash, Paytas edited the video and cut out the part about rabbit fur.
Recently, Trisha Paytas apologized to the bees
During their recent TikToks, Paytas showed the viewers their tea. In a video, they told their followers that they love Chai latte but hate people. When a follower said that it isn’t vegan, Trisha Paytas said:
Actually its almond milk and not cow puss (referring to milk) and honey. No bees were harmed in the making of it.
However, they had to change their stance about honey and bees after a short while. In the next TikTok, Trisha Paytas posted a screenshot of a Google page that read that industrial bee farming is dangerous for the insects and said:
I would like to formally apologize to the bees. I mean what the f**k. I’m throwing this bee killing tea away. What the f**k. Trash.
With this, they threw away the cup. While we appreciate them apologizing to the bees, we would also like to get an apology for all the times Trisha Paytas traumatized us with their content.