Controversial influencer Dylan Mulvaney has left the US and headed for Peru as she no longer felt safe in her home country.
On Monday, Mulvaney, 26, updated her 10.7 million followers on TikTok about her travel plans in the South American country. Mulvaney said she left the US because she didn’t feel safe there.
“Okay surprise! I’m in Peru! I’m at Machu Picchu. Isn’t this so beautiful,” she said on TikTok. “I came here to feel something. And I definitely have. I have done shaman ceremonies that were like 10 years worth of therapy, it was wild.”
“I’ve seen a lot of llamas. The people here are so kind. I feel very safe here. It’s a little sad that I had to leave my country to feel safe but that will get get better eventually.”
She continued, “’I am dying for some Trader Joes rolled chilli lime chips but other than that I am so content. I still haven’t been kissed yet but I’m holding out hope. Most of all this trip has me feeling like my own best friend again. And that is the best feeling in the world.”
In Peru, same-sex partnership is not recognized as marriage however people are allowed to legally change their gender without surgery.
The Trans activist, 26, who gained millions of followers on TikTok and Instagram after transitioning into ‘girlhood,’ sparked controversy when brands like Nike and Bud Light announced her as their new spokesperson a few months back.
On April 2, Dylan, a biologically male individual who began transitioning from man to woman in 2021, shared a promotional video for Bud Lights on her Instagram and told her 1.8 million followers that she is so proud to be the brand’s newest spokesperson.
“Happy March Madness!! Just found out this had to do with sports, and not just saying it’s a crazy month! In celebration of this sports thing @budlight is giving you the chance to win $15,000! Share a video with #EasyCarryContest for a chance to win!! Good luck! #budlightpartner,” the caption read.
The posts received massive outrage and critical remarks from conservatives who accused the brands of pushing ‘gender propaganda’ per New York Post.
The partnership also caused the sales of the brand to plummet after many people, including musicians like Kid Rock and Country singers John Rich and Travis Tritt, severed ties with the brand.