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Supermodel Gigi Hadid got robbed in Mykonos and she shared a controversial post on Instagram

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Supermodel Gigi Hadid was recently vacationing in Mykonos, Greece.

Instead of a relaxing holiday, the villa she was staying at got robbed.

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Gigi then decided to vent her feelings on Instagram in a very controversial post.

“PS(A). Don’t let insta fool u. Got robbed,” she wrote in the post about Mykonos. “Never going back lol.”

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She asked her followers to steer clear of Mykonos too, saying,”Wouldn’t recommend. Spend your money elsewhere.”

Gigi’s controversial post received backlash from many commenters.

Many pointed out that you can get robbed anywhere.

Including Gigi’s own home city, New York.

Lots of commenters pointed out that Greece’s economy relies heavily on tourism, and that Gigi’s post could do real damage to Greek families.

And some called the post “self-centered.”

 

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