Tinx, or Christina Najjar, is an influencer and content creator from the United States. She started posting on TikTok during the COVID-19 pandemic and has earned the nickname “TikTok’s older sister” for her relationship and mental health advice. She’s recognized for her relationship advice, celebrity gossip, and “starting packs for rich moms” content.

Christina Najjar background

Tinx is a British actress who was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in London, where she attended an all-girls school.

She traveled to California when she was 19 to study English literature and creative writing at Stanford University.

She worked in Gap Inc.’s retail management program after college.

Later, she enrolled in the fashion journalism master’s degree at Parsons School of Design.

Tinx launched her TikTok account during the COVID-19 outbreak in the summer of 2020. Within a year of beginning her account, she had over a million followers on the app, the majority of whom were female. She’s been labeled TikTok’s “elder sister” because of her candor on a number of themes, including dating and mental health.

Following her skits on being in your late twenties and celebrity gossip, she began to attract a following. She also offers relationship advise and “starting packs for rich moms” in her content. “It’s half satirical, half aspirational,” she remarked of her writing about wealthy mothers. Everyone despises the wealthy mother, the classic anorexic who refuses to eat carbs and pushes a $5,000 stroller, but they’ll also say, “Ooh, I go to the same coffee shop as her.” It’s the final group of people you can make fun of without getting into trouble.” She debuted her “Rich Mom Gear” branded clothes line in January 2022.

Tinx was nominated for the 11th Streamy Awards for “Breakout Creator.”

On February 21, 2022, Tinx secured a deal with Sirius XM to debut the “It’s Me, Tinx” podcast on Stitcher Radio. Tinx will also host the weekly Sirius XM Stars and SXM app radio show “It’s Me, Tinx Live” commencing March 16, 2022. Tinx’s life and opinions on pop culture and relationships will be the subject of the broadcasts, which will also include recommendations and advise on listener questions.

Brands and partnerships

Tinx collaborated with Chipotle Mexican Grill in the United States to create a “Tinx bowl,” as well as a smoothie at Erewhon Market. She portrayed a receptionist in H&M’s Hôtel Hennes campaign in April 2022.

Style and influences

A tiny microphone, sloppy editing, and a deadpan voice are all common features in her videos.

Tinx credits Adam Sandler as an influence on her style.

Personal Life

Tinx has a brother whose name is not known.

Christina Najjar net worth

Her net worth is estimated to be between $1 million to $2 million in 2022.

What did the TikTok star, Tinx said in her tweet & her Apology?

Tinx, the TikTok celebrity who insulted Kim Kardashian and Tori Spelling in previous blistering tweets, has offered a lengthy apology.

After the posts appeared, including one in which she labeled Kim as “so obese” and questioned the decision behind her 2014 Vogue Magazine cover, the 31-year-old, real name Christina Najjar, came under fire.

In another post, she called Tori “very ugly and pitiful” – all of which have already been deleted.

Tinx issued a long apology on Instagram when her prior texts resurfaced, stating that she was ‘very disoriented’ at the time.

‘I always say if you’re not cringing at yourself a year ago you aren’t growing. I’m more than cringing / I’m beyond embarrassed and I want to take accountability,’ she began.

‘Guys I f**ked up and I’m going to own it and be direct with you. I really needed to be deliberate about what I wanted to say so this wasn’t just a reaction.

‘About 10 years ago I sent some truly nasty, mean, horrible tweets. I called people that I had never met fat, pathetic, and ugly. I even called Kim Kardashian fat which is or ionic considering she is my number one idol and person I look up to.

‘When I read the tweets back I am ashamed and embarrassed. They are mean spirited and I am not mean spirited – but I used to be. Let me tell you about the girl who wrote those tweets. I was 21 and deeply, deeply insecure. I hated myself and had a bad relationship with my body.’

‘I was also extremely lost,’ she continued. ‘I’ve told you guys about that before. About being so lost and wanting to find a passion and wanting to find my voice. So I tried on many hats, one of which was mean tweeter to get a laugh. And it’s not funny at all.

‘Only insecure people punch down. And only deeply insecure people try to make others the butt of the joke. Being mean is not funny it’s just plain mean.’

‘Hurt people hurt people and I know my words caused hurt,’ she concluded the post. ‘If you’ve been following me for even a little bit, you know that they are not representative of who I am.

‘I am very sorry. I am a work in progress.’

Tinx currently boasts 1.5million TikTok followers, 479k Instagram fans and 8,599 followers on her Twitter page – and is verified on all platforms.

In a now-deleted post from 2012, she penned: ‘Kim Kardashian is so fat I don’t know what to do with myself #oops.’

‘@Voguemagazine how could you put Kim on the cover!!! #no #why #sos,’ she said in 2014.

In that same year, she penned: ‘Who is Tori Spelling? She seems really ugly and pathetic.’

‘Fat people at Coachella LOL,’ she tweeted in 2013.

Fans were divided over the posts, with many ready to accept Tinx’s response over the tweets in question.

‘Love you and am so incredibly impressed with the woman you have become,’ a follower said in the comments below the apology.

‘Like I told you… imagine if everyone was judged by the worst thing they’d ever said? Everyone would be embarrassed. You are not defined by your 21 year old self, Chin up! Love you so much,’ another agreed.

‘We see your heart and soul. Mistakes don’t define you, they build you. Here’s another example of what a badass you are! Thank you for inspiring us to take responsibility for our actions,’ one replied.

However, others questioned posts she had liked regarding Covid and the pandemic, with a commenter stating: ‘So you’re standing by your s**t from 2020 gotta gooooo [sic].’

‘What about the stuff from less than 2 years ago though,’ an Instagram user asked.

A fan added: ‘Nice try. Now address the rest.’

Tinx has yet to address the reaction to her apology and has not been active on social media since sharing the statement.

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