LeSean McCoy’s girlfriend Delicia Cordon is a fashion designer that owns a successful clothing company. She’s got over 500,000 followers on Instagram and posts pictures of herself in her own designs as well as other models in her designs. The first appearance of her on LeSean’s social media was in early August. He happened to mention that there’s a “surprise on the way”. Could this mean they’re getting married or having a kid? LeSean’s already got one son. He recently posted a message on his Instagram to “do something real like taking care of your kids, like paying for school, and spending time with them so they win in life.”
So let’s talk about LeSean McCoy’s girlfriend a bit more. She’s only posted a few passive-aggressive posts. In these, she rehashes someone else’s quote about how to deal with people judging her. A big theme with many attractive women on social media is their battle against others’ estimations of them. The idea is to project themselves in an invulnerable light. They’ll post arranged photos of themselves that they’ve scrutinized and labored over with a variety of quotes and anecdotes about how to “stay above it”. It’s cute, but it does wreak of self-consciousness and insecurity. Ultimately, this approach is analogous to asking people to judge them.
I suppose when you’ve wrangled in half a million followers, your social media feed becomes like a lifestyle magazine. LeSean McCoy’s girlfriend talks about how she sends a photo of herself to her friends and asks them if the photo is cute. Her photo thus becomes a product she creates, reviews, and releases to the general public for consumption. She’ll tag herself as a “trophy”. And, then talk about how she’s “humble as ever but aware of her value.” It’s fairly tiring.
However, LeSean McCoy’s girlfriend Delicia occasionally shares some amusing anecdotes. She says, “deep rooted envy is the main cause why people put you down, blame, shame, misjudge, maltreat and malign you, abusing your goodness and generosity=story of my life!” So in this portrayal she’s a victim with a thesaurus! I wonder how often she uses the word “maltreat” in real life?