Tiffany Mitchell's post.
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Miraculously, she was not only unhurt, she managed to generate no visible signs of injury and still managed to look ravishingly beautiful for the professional photographer on the scene.What got the attention of many was that, in one of the pictures, there were two bottles of designer water carefully lined up, labels facing the camera.
I didn't know this fuss, but I can understand that many people feel weird about these photos because these photos #TiffanyMitchell's friend snapped are organized and even aesthetic. The position of bottled water is perfect.#influencer https://t.co/VUiTKwynhB— Dice-K (@DiceK_koba_) August 20, 2019
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Did she stage it?? Once more, someone has been accused of faking it for the gram. Top American Lifestyle Influencer, Tiffany Mitchell is denying staging a photoshoot that went viral 2 weeks ago. She had posted images from an accident she herself was involved in. But some users believe the whole thing was staged, especially because the photos were incredibly 'glamorous', and there was a branded bottle of water on the side. Read full article using link in bio #trending #tiffanymitchell #tiffaymitchellaccident #tifforelie #denies #accident #motorbike #motorcycleaccident #fake #staged #photos #photography #streetphotography #promo #paid #untrue #critics
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