Jets quarterback Zach Wilson’s mother is stepping out of the spotlight.
After receiving a whirlwind of attention when her son became No.2 in the 2021 NFL Draft, Lisa Wilson has made her social media private. There was no published reason to justify the influencer decision. However, outdated videos circulating the internet show Wilson complaining about Disney World, among others.
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In a lengthy rant on her Instagram Stories, Lisa appeared to complain about COVID-19 mask policies at Disney World parks, calling the establishment of “mask holes.” The dance teacher, in a clip, said his family only lasted a few hours at Disney because they “hate amusement parks” and “it was hotter than a whore in church” .
The attention it garnered during the trending on draft night had started to spin as more followers digested its content.
Before going private, Wilson had shared some of the negative comments she had received about her complaints about Disney.
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“I want to clarify that I have worn my mask CORRECTLY all day! Wilson wrote. “I haven’t been reprimanded once! I am very respectful. But it’s miserable being in the ‘happiest place in the world’ with policemen walking around shouting at people for drinking water. It’s outside, hot, and a woman in front of us passed out in line.
The majority of Wilson’s Instagram content was recipes, workouts, and tips on raising kids.
Lisa appears to be low amid an alleged reaction to her candid videos. Her son has previously said the family are trying to keep her out of the limelight, after headlines calling her Wilson’s “hot mom” during the draft.
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Wilson is currently in New York City, already practicing and working with the Jets while his family and girlfriend Abbey Gile return home to Utah.