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Edina Kulcsár was harshly mocked for her latest video - ORIGO

Many people disapprove of Edina Kulcsár's behavior, thinking that she has completely changed since she started living with G.w.M.

Edina Kulcsár Mocked Severely for Her Latest Video - ORIGO

Edina Kulcsár, former beauty queen, faces heavy criticism for her behavior and appearance changes since living with rapper G.w.M. Many followers have turned away, resulting in a significant loss of support, particularly due to her pay-to-view reality show.
Edina Kulcsár recently cannot catch a break. Whatever she does, severe critiques follow on her social media platforms. Whether it's her drastically altered appearance or her behavior, explanations to her increasingly distancing followers are becoming more frequent. The peak of the backlash came when she and her husband G.w.M announced a private reality show, flaunting their wealth and luxurious lifestyle while deciding to monetize their private life for a small sum.

At launch, reportedly 889 internet users subscribed to their private channel, willing to pay the monthly fee of 1790 forints (approximately $5.80), bringing in around 1.5 million forints (approximately $4860) that month. However, it soon became evident that the show was a flop, with a growing number of unsubscriptions and a drop in followers on her public Instagram page.

Kulcsár constantly tries to attract attention but most often receives harsh criticism on her social media, and her latest workout video was no exception, where the mother of three was particularly scorned.

"You look very beautiful in this video, Melanie!" one commenter remarked, likening Kulcsár to G.w.M's ex and insinuating that her rapper husband is molding his new wife in the image of his former partner, going as far as controlling her wardrobe choices.

"I know few companies approach you nowadays, but I think you should stop this because you're not authentic," another follower commented.

Similar critiques continue to pour in for the former beauty queen, who maintains the facade that everything is operating smoothly and business is booming. However, statistics reveal the opposite, as the lack of interest in Kulcsár's reality show since its November launch is clear, with approximately a thousand subscribers having already cancelled - Bors reports.

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