KEY POINTS

  • Renee Gracie lashed out at an online troll who took a swipe at her career as an adult star
  • The former racer said hate comments no longer affect her
  • Gracie revealed that her upcoming Content Day event is sold out

Renee Gracie has hit out at critics who left comments on her social media posts taking a swipe at her looks and her career as an adult star.

On Thursday, Gracie, who was a professional racecar driver before making a switch to the porn industry, shared a clip that features her and four other adult stars to promote her upcoming "Content Day" event. In her post on Instagram, the OnlyFans superstar revealed that the content event she will be hosting in Brisbane, Australia, on Nov. 15 is already sold out.  

According to Gracie, the upcoming event will help attendees "get ahead" on their adult content, learn about the tax deduction and give tips on how to plan and schedule their content. Gracie also promises to help people earn money from their adult photos and videos and let them "meet and mingle with other creators."

However, some were not impressed with Gracie and her project, with one netizen slamming the adult star and her colleagues.

"Just a bunch of untalented women making money for showing their mediocre [bodies]," one Instagram user commented.

Gracie didn't let the hate comment slide, replying, "[Y]et you probably still watch porn and go to strip clubs. Don’t hate the players, hate the game. Ps. We’re probably all making more than you, that’s a talent in itself." 

This isn’t the first time that Gracie has responded to a critic. Last week, the former V8 Supercars racer also called out one online troll who presumably left a mean comment in her post because, in Gracie's response, she wrote, "Does swearing and putting someone down make you feel better about yourself?"

The 25-year-old added, "Nothing anyone says can upset me. I actually love it."

"Somehow, judging by the way you attack and speak to people on social media, regardless of my life choices, I'm clearly in a much better place than you. You can't drag me down to your level," she continued.

Gracie has been dealing with critics for years. One example was her fellow V8 supercar driver David Reynolds, who called her and Simona de Silvestro's all-female Bathurst 1000 entry "P---y Wagon" years ago.

Reynolds was fined $25,000 for the remark and had issued a public apology to Gracie and De Silvestro. At the time, Gracie commented on his words, saying, "You’d be surprised by how often I have to deal with stuff like this."

However, in a recent interview with The Daily Telegraph, she admitted she actually found his remark funny and it was Supercars that pushed her to castigate Reynolds.

"I was sat down and told that I would have to comment on it. I was told Supercars were not going to let it slide, and they were not happy with it," Gracie said. "He was just trying to be funny and, to be honest, I did think it was funny."

Renee Gracie Renee Gracie driver of the #360 Harvey Norman Super Girls Nissan Altima poses for a photo prior to practice for the Bathurst 1000, which is race 21 of the Supercars Championship at Mount Panorama on October 8, 2016 in Bathurst, Australia. Photo: Getty Images/Daniel Kalisz