During the competition, LSU emerged triumphant with a score of 102-85, fueled by the influence of Angel Reese. Her celebratory gesture of “you can’t perceive me” in the presence of Clark captured the attention, playfully imitating her typical one.
Reese then reaffirmed her statement by gesturing towards her ring finger in the final moments of the game.
In the last day or so, a significant surge in her followers on both Instagram and Twitter has resulted in Reese speaking with assurance following the game and on social platforms, along with this display of goodwill.
She broke the barrier of one million followers on the platform, which meant this on Monday night. Since Sunday, Reese’s Instagram followers have grown by over 400,000 according to SocialBlade.
Reese promptly expressed gratitude to those who have followed her on social media since the victory against Iowa.
She posted a picture on her Instagram Stories page with a pink heart circled around it, along with a message to her followers saying “1m” followers.
We are back, and I am excited to share that we have completed our task. I love how much support and love I receive from all of you. It means the world to me. Oh my gosh, we achieved a million! Ahh, Reese wrote.
Reese is drawing less than half the supporters that Clark’s disciples are increasing by 150,000 in the same timeframe, reaching 473,000 in comparison.
As of Sunday’s final hooter, Reese has gained over 203,000 followers, experiencing a rise of 156,000. It’s a comparable narrative with Reese once again nearly doubling Clark’s follower count. Meanwhile, on Twitter, as of the current moment.
Clark, who was leading Reese by 20,000 followers just a day ago, has now increased her follower count to 114,000. In the meantime, Reese has been left trailing behind on Twitter.
Reese’s winning vibe is sassy and straight-talking, which may be attributed to her more ‘business-like’ approach to social media compared to Clark.
Done. The attention should have been given more towards Clark, who gestured to her that she should have added it. Reese said that she needs to speak out about how she feels and she won’t be keeping quiet about matters that she feels strongly about, speaking at a press conference after the championship.
Reese said, “Throughout the entire year, you all informed me that I am excessively urban, I am excessively street. I do not conform to the stereotype that you all desire me to conform to.”
“When others do it, y’all don’t say anything. This was for the individuals who resemble me,” Reese added.
She subsequently expressed in a tweet: “and no I’M NOT KEEPING IT CUTE.”
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