On April fourth, Rachel Hollis apologized on Instagram following a TikTok video which got reaction after she talked about a remark calling her “unrelatable.”

When a client remarked that Rachel was “unrelatable” after she referenced having a cleaner, Rachel took to TikTok to say: “What is it about me that made you think I need to be relatable? No, sister, in a real sense all that I do in my daily routine is to experience a daily existence that the vast majority can’t identify with.”

Rachel experienced harsh criticism on Twitter and Instagram subsequent to inscribing the video with names of other “unrelatable” ladies including Marie Curie, Malala Yousafzai, and Harriet Tubman.

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Following a TikTok video which got backfire on the web, Rachel Hollis transferred a post on Instagram saying ‘sorry’ for the circumstance. She said:

“I made a post a week ago that was disturbing to individuals and albeit that was rarely my goal, I own that it was and I am sorry.”


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Rachel proceeded:

“Was my post disturbing in light of the fact that I referenced my more clean? I’m certain that it would make my image more amiable and more relatable on the off chance that I act like I accomplish every one of these things through difficult work and association yet that is bulls**t… I need you to realize that it’s a collective endeavor.”

“Was my post upsetting because I mentioned some of my favourite women in history? To believe that because I mentioned them I am comparing myself to them is ludicrous… I cannot now or ever compare myself to these women and I don’t want to.”

Rachel Hollis posted a TikTok wherein she talked about how somebody called her “unrelatable” for having a maid who comes and “cleans the latrines” in her home. She said:

“Recently I was doing a livestream and I referenced that there was a sweet lady who goes to my home and cleans, she’s my housekeeper, she cleans the latrines.”

Rachel proceeded to specify that the client at that point called her “unrelatable,” to which she reacted:

“What is it about me that made you think I need to be relatable? No, sister, in a real sense all that I do in my daily routine is to experience a daily existence that a great many people can’t identify with. The vast majority will not work this hard. The vast majority will not outfit at 4 a.m. A great many people will not flop freely over and over to arrive at the highest point of the mountain. In a real sense each lady I respect in history was unrelatable. On the off chance that my life is relatable to a great many people, I’m treating it terribly.”

Rachel made a rundown of other “unrelatable” ladies she respects: “Harriet Tubman, RBG, Marie Curie, Oprah Winfrey, Amelia Earhart, Frida Khalo, Malala Yousafzai, Wu Zetian… all Unrelatable AF.”


Following the post, Rachel confronted backfire on the web, with numerous individuals taking to Twitter to talk about the circumstance.

Numerous individuals especially with the way that she contrasted herself and ladies in history like Malala Yousafzai, Marie Curie, and Harriet Tubman, by asserting that, they as well, were “unrelatable AF.”

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