OnlyFans star Vanessa Sierra shows natural hair after backlash

Marni Dixit
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·3-min read

OnlyFans star Vanessa Sierra, who is dating Bernard Tomic, has poked fun at those who slammed her after her infamous quarantine hair comments.

Vanessa made headlines all over the world after complaining she couldn't get her hair washed professionally while in hotel quarantine before the Australian Open.

Vanessa Sierra has poked fun at her critics who slammed her for saying she doesn't normally wash her own hair. Photo: Instagram/Vanessa Sierra
Vanessa Sierra has poked fun at her critics who slammed her for saying she doesn't normally wash her own hair. Photo: Instagram/Vanessa Sierra

“This is the worst part of quarantine: I don’t wash my own hair," she said in a vlog. "I’ve never washed my own hair. It’s just not something that I do. I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me, so this is the situation that we’re dealing with."

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Now, Vanessa has shared a video to her Instagram Stories of her natural hair, showing her followers why she likes to have someone else do her hair.

"THIS is why I don’t wash my own hair," she wrote alongside the video showing her usually smooth and straight locks in a very curly state.

The couple also revealed while in quarantine they had spent $200 on Uber Eats per day, as the food was "hit or miss" and didn't always meet their standards.

Social media users were quick to slam Vanessa following her hair claims. Photo: Instagram/Vanessa Sierra
Social media users were quick to slam Vanessa following her hair claims. Photo: Instagram/Vanessa Sierra

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios tweeted at the time: "I don’t mind Bernie but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes."

One Twitter user commented: "People are losing their jobs, livelihoods and homes and this is her main issue? There's words I can't say for how self-centred she sounds."

"The conditions are fine mate, they’re just self entitled I mean she can wash her own hair," another added.

After being slammed for her comments, Vanessa claimed they were "taken out of context".

“People who know me know I’m not one to complain. And yes. I will make jokes to brighten a mentally challenging situation,” she wrote on Instagram.

Vanessa (pictured here with boyfriend Bernard Tomic) later apologised to those she offended for her comments. Photo: Instagram/Vanessa Sierra
Vanessa (pictured here with boyfriend Bernard Tomic) later apologised to those she offended for her comments. Photo: Instagram/Vanessa Sierra

In a recent vlog, she also spoke about the backlash, saying: "My vlogs are intended for showing people my personal (life). I try and be honest and show people things as they are.

"I don't think I really complained (that much) other than about the food and I do apologise to the chefs, they've made a big effort to improve the food."

She continued: "It's been really overwhelming. I've received death threats and so many abusive messages."

"During this time of COVID, a lot of people are going through s*** and struggling … so for the people I offended, I do apologise."

Since leaving quarantine, Vanessa has seemingly moved on from the backlash and has returned to her regular posting, which includes a lot of snaps in tiny bikinis.

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