Vinnie Hacker, an influencer and TikTok developer, is facing backlash after uploading a photo of him posing with a cigarette while claiming to have quit smoking last year. On Wednesday, January 18, 2023, Vinnie’s Instagram, @vinniehacker, published the photo in question with the caption:
“Who cares about the cigarette, will you?”
In the past, the influencer has been spotted smoking. However, he announced on Twitter in November 2022 that he would quit smoking for good. Vinnie is currently vacationing in Paris with friend and fellow influencer Noah Beck, and they’ve exchanged photos.
‘Wave that cigarette. At the moment, Netizens are criticizing Vinnie Hacker for smoking pictures
Fans were dissatisfied with the TikToker after viewing photos of Vinnie Hacker smoking. Internet people quickly responded to the message, expressing their displeasure at his previous actions. Some internet users wondered if Hacker had forgotten his earlier commitment to quit smoking, while others simply told him that smoking was bad for him.
sensitive topic: vinnie hacker fumando pic.twitter.com/XzM8dN3jdV
— 𝑵𝒂𝒕𝒉 (@ttdanathi_) January 18, 2023
Sensitive topic:Vinnie Hacker fumando… pic.twitter.com/W2NP5Nws9Y
— Ana🕷️||📖: Até a proxima estrela (@Vhackerrl) January 18, 2023
Who exactly is Vinnie Hacker?
Vincent Cole ‘Vinnie’ Hacker, an American social media star, was born in July 2002. He rose to fame after posting lip sync videos on his TikTok account, @vhackerr. Vinnie attended O’Dea High School in Seattle, Washington, where he played baseball. He joined the video-sharing site in 2019 and since then has more than 21 million followers. Purgatory, the influencer’s clothing line, will be released in December 2020. Hoodies, t-shirts, sweatpants and caps are among the limited edition products available from the company. Vinnie is also involved in Hype House, a reality show that chronicles the lives of countless social media influencers and personalities.
On his Twitter account, @vinniehacker, Vinnie Hacker stated that he would become “vape-free” in November 2022. Although vapes are non-tobacco e-cigarettes, they do contain nicotine and are classified as tobacco products by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The influencer has been providing regular updates about being “vape-free” and showing hopeful signs of quitting in November. Fans who supported the former baseball star in his fight cheered the action. Vinnie has yet to respond to the situation.