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Muslim TikToker ‘Threatened’ over Jeffrey Marsh Criticism

A Muslim TikTok comedian had her photos leaked, car vandalized, kids threatened after posting a video criticizing Jeffrey Marsh, an American non-binary activist, and accusing him of grooming children on the internet.

Shumirun Nessa, who has seven million followers on TikTok and presents herself with the handle @therealoverloadcomed, made a video criticizing Marsh, who uses they/them pronouns, for saying in a video: “Stop telling trans people that we’re inspirational.”

Nessa used that video as the background for her own clip, calling on Marsh to “stop telling kids to go on your Patreon and chat to you privately without their parents knowing,” Aljazeera reported.

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She has previously shared videos for Marsh encouraging children to message ‘them’ privately on online platform Patreon, and likened their content to grooming.

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In one of ‘their’ videos, Marsh is seen saying, “Your parents screwed up”, but they do not say who their audience is.

Marsh goes on to say: “That’s why I made a Patreon so that we could talk about it, so that we could connect in a way that has more privacy, so that we can talk to each other in a way that’s more open.”

As her video got millions of view, she received ‘relentless backlash’ from people who called her transphobic and attacked her religion.

“I’m sorry, please don’t come for my kids,” she pleaded in a video on March 12.

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Amid rising hate, many came to the support of Nessa, saying she wants to protect children.

“She got an unfathomable amount of hate, and she stood her ground. This is what protecting children looks like. A million props to this brave lady,” someone posted on Twitter on March 1.

Feminist author Julie Bindel tweeted: “Jeffrey Marsh, as we can see by his online content, is a deeply disturbing man. @shumirunnessa pointed this out. For this, she has received threats with details of her children’s schools. Her car has been damaged. Marsh and supporters are misogynists.”

In her last post on Twitter, Nessa called for peace, saying: “I don’t want any ill will on any community, whether it’s the trans community or the Muslim community.”

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Wake-up Call

After Nessa’s videos went viral, several internet users criticized Marsh, calling them dangerous and their behavior predatory.

Muslim TikToker 'Threatened' over Jeffrey Marsh Criticism - About Islam
Muslim TikToker 'Threatened' over Jeffrey Marsh Criticism - About Islam