Sometimes when we hear about something that happened to a friend, we involuntarily raise our eyebrows or side-eye them, wondering what they left out of their story.
Ferreira explained that she was visiting Miama, Florida, and attempted to enter a supermarket in town. But despite being the only customer at the store, she was asked to leave by the male employee in attendance.
Not only did she believe that the employee made her leave because of her appearance, but she also believed that he recognized her from her work online and was holding that against her.
The model had a theory about why she was asked to leave.
"I felt humiliated. I was in shock when he took me out of the market screaming."
"My look was not scandalous. I wear it in Brazil, on a daily basis, and I never went through that."
"The employee accused me of something I didn't do."
"For me, it's prejudice just because I'm hot."
Ferreira also expanded on her theory, assuming some would hold her OnlyFans account against her.
"I've recorded in public, but always in a discreet way, without embarrassing other people."
"And the employee recognized me. He knew what he was saying and doing."
"He commented that he knew me from OnlyFans. It was a shame."
Some rolled their eyes at the idea of being kicked out over being "hot."
\u201c@8bitkirk @nypost She\u2019s regularly and definitely not \u201ckick you out hot\u201d. No human being is that hot \ud83d\ude02\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost \u201cI\u2019m sorry ma\u2019am, we have a very strict \u2018Ugly Quota\u2019 and we\u2019re at capacity. We\u2019re going to have to ask you to leave\u201d\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost Well, if she walked in dressed like she's bent over that sink then management might have a problem\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost Hahahah yea that's definitely not it\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
Others agreed and assumed there was more to the story than the influencer's appearance.
\u201c@nypost Had nothing to do with her being \u201chot\u201d, which she really isn\u2019t. And has everything to do with her filming for her OnlyFans in stores.\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost Maybe it\u2019s because she wasn\u2019t wearing pants?\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost What does she mean by this\u2026\u201dI\u2019ve recorded in public, but always in a discreet way, without embarrassing other people.\u201d Was she recording in the store?\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost Pretttyyyy sure theres more to this story\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
\u201c@nypost \ud83d\ude04 That's one way of getting more recognition free press for her onlyfans page. Some people have no shame in their game.\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1658696109
The model did not disclose what she was wearing at the time of the incident, nor the name of the supermarket she was visiting, only that it was located in Miami, Florida.
But Twitter was fairly convinced that there had to be more to the story. Perhaps she wasn't wearing the appropriate attire for anyone to enter the store, or perhaps she was filming in a "discreet" way without permission.
Whatever actually happened, this incident likely earned the model a spike of attention on her Instagram and OnlyFans accounts.