In a story posted on her Instagram account on December 27, the EnjoyPhoenix Youtuber recounts what happened to her during the holidays.
Fame doesn’t stop falls. This is what proved by the Instagram story that the EnjoyPhoenix Youtuber shared on December 27 to tell. his mishap during his ski vacation. What was supposed to be a fun afternoon of skiing and relaxing quickly turned into a nightmare for the social media star who began her story with a picture of herself annoyed, makeup having leaked and the words “I am traumatic “ followed by a small emoji expressing all his grief. And it all started with moments that all moderately experienced skiers have known: repeated falls.
It was by taking a blue slope that EnjoyPhoenix first experienced many bowls, as she explains herself in her story by saying “After having eaten my face forty times on the blue slope“. In the pictures, we can see her on the ground, moving forward on the buttocks using his hands, probably after another fall. The Instagram story continues with the rest of the events, always so unlucky since EnjoyPhoenix got stuck in the night. “We were surprised by the night which arrived very quickly“she wrote with, on the images, still her on the ground going down the track on the buttocks, but this time in a much darker environment. And to conclude with a last twist.
EnjoyPhoenix has had a series of falls
“And that’s how we ended the afternoon because I had a blast on my knees and I didn’t know how to go down in the dark with my mold level.“explained the YouTuber. It is therefore by a tracker that the young woman was brought back : “The trackers were closing the track when they found us snowplowing down so I ended up sledding”. A very eventful afternoon which EnjoyPhoenix would have gone well. Fortunately she ain’t gonna let those bad times ruin her vacation nor even discourage her. In her story of December 28, she posted a new story to announce her return to the slopes – under the storm. Hope the day goes better this time.
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