Corinna Kopf hits back at accusations she’s “faking” her German heritage

Jacob Hale
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Corinna Kopf has never made a huge deal of her German heritage, but she’s vehemently denied accusations that she is “faking” her background in a fiery response to one critic.

Corinna has become one of the biggest stars on the internet. A successful streamer and online personality, she’s been able to make an absolute killing — including little over $1 million in her first 48 hours on OF.

She’s been super successful, far more than many of us are likely even aware of, and now she’s got a tattoo to commemorate her more humble German heritage.

Posting it to Twitter, captioned with a couple of German flags, Corinna showed off her new neck tattoo which simply reads “Ich liebe dich” or, in English, “I love you.”

It didn’t take long for Corinna to receive a bunch of criticism for it, but there was one comment that clearly got her back up.

In a now-deleted tweet, one hater said that she feels “Americans are trying so hard to not be American. Their great grand cousin twice removed came to Ellis Island from Germany and they’ll proudly announce that they’re German all over the internet.”

This obviously struck a nerve with Kopf, who explained her position in a response tweet. “You don’t know anything about me though?” she said. “If you did you’d know that I spent every summer between the ages of 5-14 in Germany. I’m literally first-generation & at one point I was fluent in German.”

Finishing by requesting said critic to “suck her d**k,” Corinna clearly got her message across, and she knew it.

In response to another tweet mocking her, Corinna said “You literally don’t know me. You don’t know how I grew up. Where I was raised. What languages I speak. Nothing. Shut the f**k up.”

Corinna is clearly very proud of her Germanic heritage, and at least now we know nobody else is going to risk mocking her over it.