A woman stirred up a big talk on social media by wearing body paint to the gym as “social experiment.” There’s a video on X where Natalie Reynolds gets approached by a gym member who thinks her outfit is “inappropriate.” In the video, part of a live stream of real-life events, Natalie walks around the gym with her camera crew, capturing how others react. Later, she explains that it’s a “social experiment.”
In the video from December 27, a gym-goer tells her, “If you’re not dressed, you should leave, ma’am.” Natalie insists, “I am dressed.” But the man, who claims to work in entertainment and be “well-known,” still asks her cameraman to stop filming.
This incident causes a big discussion on social media, with many people criticizing her. One user comments, “If this is true, she should be in trouble.” Another says, “That guy was totally right. He called out your bad behavior, and you played the victim.” A third person is tired of “influencers” thinking they’re untouchable.
In another post, Natalie explains she was wearing a gym bra and bathing suit bottoms. She defends herself, saying, “Why is everyone acting like I was naked? Many women wear tight pants at the gym; there’s nothing wrong with what I did.” Later, she compares her outfit to a male YouTuber who, she says, also wore body paint in a video. She just wants to focus on her workouts without any drama.