Who is B. Simone? The much talked-about comedian isn’t a stranger to Twitter backlash. Find out more about what she did and who she is.

If you’ve been on Twitter in the past day then you’ve probably seen tweets about B. Simone, or potentially just seen the video.

Many will be familiar with the internet personality from her online presence, but for those who are left with questions, we’re here to help. Read on to find out more about her latest drama.

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Who is B. Simone?

30-year-old B. Simone is a popular comedian, who is best known for her role in the Wild ‘N Out cast on MTV and VH1. In 2019, she also joined the cast of VH1’s Girls Cruise alongside Lil Kim.

On Instagram she has over five million followers under the handle @thebsimone. In terms of a boyfriend, B. Simone is rumoured to be dating Las Vegas Raiders player Chris Smith. The pair were recently spotted celebrating her birthday together, with framed images of them together in the background.

The comedian also owns a beauty and make-up business named B. Simone Beauty. The company uses the handle @bsimonebeauty on Instagram.

B. Simone was once cast to play Aaliyah in a biopic of her life, however it seemingly didn’t come to fruition. Still, tribute videos by the comedian dresses as the singer are still available online.

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What did she do?

B. Simone has found herself with backlash on Twitter before, especially relating to what she looks for in a boyfriend, but this recent video has gone viral. The manifestation advice she shared to her social media on Valentine’s Day hasn’t been approved of by some followers.

In the video, she gives her tips on how to attract the man you desire, and claims that women have too high standards that they themselves don’t meet: “We got all these things we want in a man, a list of things, he gotta be tall, he gotta be dark, he gotta be handsome, he gotta have pretty feet, he gotta be a family man, he gotta be financially stable […] all these things, and we don’t even have the things on that list.”

The video split viewers, with some accusing her of being a “pick me girl”, while others felt the advice was useful.

Regardless of if you agree with the message, the memes that have come in response on Twitter are top-tier.

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