Golfer Paige Spiranac teases ex for sliding into her DMs with sexy TikTok dance

Golfer Paige Spiranac took to TikTok to show one specific former acquaintance exactly what he was missing out on after he allegedly turned her down back in the day.

Spiranac has amassed 2.3 million followers on Instagram but is now trying her hand at TikTok, which is a Chinese video-sharing social networking service used to create short dance, lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos.

The 26-year-old social media personality strutted her stuff in her living room to a dance remix of 'I'm the one' by James Doherty.

"Weird how things work out. You know who you are #fyp," read the caption.

While a commented she pasted on the clip simply said: "To the guy who told me I was never good enough for him to date and now slides into my DMs asking me out."

Then taking to Twitter she added jokingly: "Everyone – You’ll never be taken seriously in the golf industry.

"Me – Oh let me dance in a sports bra on Tiktok."

Spiranac's legion of fans lapped up the video, bombarding her with comments of support, as well as propositions.

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"You're the best thing that we've happened to golf. Thank you," said one golf fan.

"Your influence on the game has been great," said another. "We need to continue to grow interest with younger golfers or the game will shrivel and die. The “get off my lawn” golfers could care less about growing the game."

"Paige, I’d like to practice social distancing with you on the golf course," bantered a third. "Have your people talk to my people."

The Colorado-born trick shot creator has previously revealed how an ex-boyfriend attempted to shame her with a nude photo she had sent him in private.

"When I finally confronted the guy and said, ‘I can’t believe you did this to me’, he said — and I’ll never forget this — ‘You are the sl*t who sent it to me’. He said, ‘You deserve this’."

She added: "I would wake up every single day, I would check my phone and be like, ‘Am I going to be on TMZ today?

"That was the worst part. I was constantly stressed out that someone was going to see it and someone was going to get it and that it was going to get out."

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