‘You Trippin Brother’: LPGA Star Jenny Shin Rips Off ‘Body-Double’ Accusation From a Fan With a Savage 10-Word Response

Published 10/05/2023, 10:22 AM EDT

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The LPGA golfer Jenny Shin recently featured in an Instagram video. The South Korean golfer recently competed at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship held at the Pinnacle Country Club, which had a substantial prize purse of $2,300,000.

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Her three-day score tallied to 15 under, which led the golfer to finish in a tied third position. After this event, Jenny Shin went live on Instagram where she received a popular request, and of course, the golfer delivered.

Jenny Shin’s Instagram Dance Session and Witty Comebacks

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The South Korean golfer was asked yesterday on an Instagram Live if she would show a video of herself dancing, since dancing is something she really enjoyed during the Covid period. The next day she gave her audience a glimpse of what her mornings look like and, towards the end, she delivered on the popular request of her dancing.

In the comments, she was asked by a fan if she hangs out with Danielle Kang often. Another fan jumped in and asked, “Is Danielle Jtibs’s body double… or is Jtibs Danielle’s body double? 😁”

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The response she gave to these two comments was crisp and savage. She said, “You trippin’, brother. I ain’t no body double of anyone!”

This brought out her humorous and savage side for her audience. The Golfer, who has had her mental health struggles,  seems to have adopted a more healthy outlook.

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Jenny Shin’s victory over mental health battles

Jenny Shin’s journey to the 2023 US Women’s Open championship was not just a tale of golfing triumph but also a testament to her resilience in the face of mental health struggles. Over the past few years, Shin battled a prolonged slump in her golf performance. Further, there were personal challenges that left her struggling to believe in herself.

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Issues with her swing and tee shots further compounded her difficulties. However, she persevered, recognising that the game was evolving around her. Shin’s ability to navigate the pressures, rebuild her confidence, and maintain her dedication to the sport is an inspiring example of overcoming inner demons on the path to success.

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Roshni Yadav is a new golf writer at EssentiallySports. She is also a national level golfer, putting her golf expertise into her writing. Tiger Woods and Adam Scott happen to be her favorites to watch and learn from.
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