Zoella, real name Zoe Sugg, shot to fame with her beauty and fashion YouTube channel and is considered to be one of the U.K.'s top video bloggers. While countless fans are in love with what she does, there are some die-hard followers who allegedly take things a step too far by repeatedly visiting her property — a stunning £1 million mansion in Hove, East Sussex.
Taking to Twitter on Monday Zoella revealed her frustration about people turning up uninvited at her house, which she shares with boyfriend and fellow vlogger Alfie Deyes.
Really starting to lose my patience with people just turning up at our house & peering in or ringing our bell makes me hate my house!— Zoë (@ZozeeBo) December 28, 2015
Deyes also expressed his concerns, calling fans' behaviour "unfair" and advising those arriving at their house to "get a better hobby."
Parents who drive their kids to our house & put them on their shoulders so they can lean over our walls to try and take pictures of us— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2015
without us realising..I see you! I'm on the sofa in my pyjamas relaxing. Go away. If you want to meet me, I love that! Come to a meet up :)— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2015
just like everyone else who wants to meet me does! You can't just drive to my house & climb our walls, that's really not fair!— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2015
Sorry to moan, but if you guys realised how many times a day this happens, you'd understand why I get annoyed— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2015
Oop more people having pictures with our house number... Some people need to get a better hobby— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2015
The couple probably didn't anticipate the reaction that they got from some fans, which was far from sympathetic.
@ZozeeBo Maybe hide where you live better then. Wtf do u expect?— Jodie (@JodieTonner) December 29, 2015
Some people even think they deserve the invasion of privacy, saying it comes with the territory.
@ZozeeBo it's all part of being famous,Zoë. Of course people are going to be knocking on your house. It may seem disrespectful.— chlo(e) (@chloenevVEVO) December 28, 2015
@ZozeeBo Your "Famous" deal with it, don't like the attention then go underground, don't encourage it, cant have it always hun x— Nick Ebdon (@Nick_Ebdon) December 28, 2015
The couple have made millions by sharing details of their lives via social media so do they have the right to ask people to stop wanting more of them when they intentionally put themselves out there? Or is there a definite line that some fans are crossing? Because after all it is their own home and it's one thing taking a selfie with your significant other and another thing entirely having someone take a snap of you through your window while you lounge around in your own house like a slob, is it not?
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