Abigail Shapiro, Ben’s sister, has faced numerous trolls and harsh comments from netizens as a result of her brother’s hardline commentary. Abigail, an opera singer, is the conservative commentator’s younger sister. She is frequently torn between her brother’s divisive words and the rest of the world.

For a long time, comedians and the Twitterverse have mocked Ben Shapiro, the host of the political podcast The Ben Shapiro Show. The reaction, though, isn’t simply directed at Ben. Ben’s entire Jewish family, including his siblings and other relatives, has been targeted because of Ben’s orthodox beliefs on a number of subjects.

Ben Shapiro’s sister backs him up

Ben’s outspoken views on social media have elicited a variety of responses from his family members. While his cousin, actress Mara Wilson, has blocked him on social media, his sister appears to be rooting for him.

Abigail has received a lot of backlash as a result of her support for her brother’s viewpoints. On social media, she goes by the handle ‘Classically Abby,’ and on Instagram, she describes herself as a #conservativeinfluencer, meaning that her views are similar to those of her brother.

Abigail tweeted on August 11, 2020, that she agreed with her brother’s assessment of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s song “WAP.” She said she was glad to be his sibling since he didn’t degrade himself by reading the “trash song’s” uncensored lyrics.

Classically Abby \s@classicallyabby \s@benshapiro I’m pleased to be his sister because he chose not to debase himself by reading the unedited words of that rubbish song. That’s what I mean when I say “classic.”

Ben said in the tweet that homosexuality and transgenderism were caused by a lack of control over one’s urges. He also likened the situation to having a hot sister but still trying to fight natural impulses.

 

Ben removed the tweet after receiving a lot of negative feedback

It was, however, too late. When Abigail chose to remain silent about the subject, Twitteratis commented that her brother’s insinuation and hot sister analogy were harsh. Trolls and vitriol came in the shape of unpleasant comments on her YouTube videos and emails, among other things.

Abigail claimed she would live with the judgments and hatred she had been experiencing because of her brother’s opinion for the rest of her life because people are aware of her and Ben’s connection.

I’m going to have to deal with these kinds of things for the rest of my life now that they know who I am — people mailing me gross material, which I’d prefer not deal with discreetly. Whether it’s now or later, my name will be associated with Ben’s.

The opera singer was also chastised for calling Taylor Swift an SJW (Social Justice Warrior) and renouncing her fandom as a result.

Abigail Shapiro’s bio

Despite the criticism and hatred that has surrounded them, the siblings appear to have a solid bond. On May 11, 2020, Ben posted Abigail’s video and complimented her singing abilities. On Mother’s Day, Abigail sang ‘Mama, A Rainbow’ in the video.

Abigail is a digital content developer with over 100k YouTube subscribers in addition to being a vocalist. On January 30, 2022, her YouTube channel Classically Abby hit a major milestone.
“IT’S FINALLY OFFICIAL! YouTube even handed me a plaque to commemorate the occasion! “She captioned a photo of herself posing with the silver play button on YouTube.

Abigail is happily married to her husband, Jacob, in her personal life. She is expecting her first kid, a son, with her husband.

 


By Meera