People Spot Chilling Hidden Message in Miss USA’s Post Explaining Her Shock Resignation

Initially surprising the world by resigning, fans noticed that Miss USA had left a subtle message on social media.

Noelia Voigt became Miss USA in September last year and stunned the world when she resigned the title earlier this week.

In a social media post, Voigt cited mental health issues as the reason for his withdrawal. In the Instagram post on Monday, May 6, she emphasized the importance of maintaining good physical and mental health and thanked all her fans for their support.

However, eagle-eyed fans noticed that she left a hidden message in her statement.

In a social media post, Voigt cited mental health issues as the reason for his withdrawal.  (Noélia Voigt)

In a social media post, Voigt cited mental health issues as the reason for his withdrawal. (Noélia Voigt)

“In life, I strongly value the importance of making the decisions that are best for you and your mental health,” the statement begins.

“My journey as Miss USA has been incredibly meaningful, proudly representing Utah, and later the United States at Miss Universe.

“Unfortunately, I have made the very difficult decision to relinquish the title of Miss USA 2023.

“I am grateful for the love and support from fans old and new, my family, friends, coaches, former state and local directors, and my beloved Miss Teen USA, UmaSofia.

“The lifelong friendships and connections I have had the opportunity to make along the way by attending different events and competing in state pageants, Miss USA and Miss Universe are priceless for which I will be eternally grateful.

“Whenever someone asked me what my favorite thing about being Miss USA was, I always shared with them how much I loved working with Smile Train, being a strong advocate for the fight against bullying, dating violence awareness and prevention, immigration rights and reform, and highlighting my roots as the first Venezuelan-American woman to win Miss USA.

“I could never have imagined the journey my childhood dream would take me on.

“Consistent, consistent hard work and dedication has led me to where I am today, and I hope that over the past seven years of competing in pageantry and sharing my journey with all of you, it It’s something that inspires you to never give up on your dreams, no matter what they may be.

“Eternal gratitude fills my heart when I think of the platform I was given to make a difference, the feeling of fulfilling a lifelong dream and connecting with people around the world, just as I have said I would do it on the Miss USA stage.

“Deep down, I know this is just the beginning of a new chapter for me, and I hope I continue to inspire others to stand strong, to prioritize your mental health, to advocate for yourself and those of others using your voice, and to never be afraid. of what the future holds for us, even if it seems uncertain.

If you failed to spot the hidden message, don't feel bad because it is very subtle.  (Instagram/Noélia Voigt)

If you failed to spot the hidden message, don’t feel bad because it is very subtle. (Instagram/Noélia Voigt)

“How I wish I could hug you all. I love you all with all my heart and always will. Peace of love, always. Noelia Voigt.”

If you haven’t managed to spot the hidden message, don’t feel too bad because it’s very subtle.

The first letter at the beginning of each sentence ends up spelling “I AM SILENCED”, which many users have come to understand, although it only works if you ignore the last paragraph.

However, many wondered what Voigt meant by that, with some inferring that the former Miss USA had been prevented from speaking about the larger or additional reason she wanted to step away from the title.

UNILAD has contacted Miss USA for comment.

If you are experiencing distressing thoughts and feelings, the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is here to support you. They are open from 5 p.m. to midnight, 365 days a year. Their national number is 0800 58 58 58 and they also have a online chat service if you are not comfortable speaking on the phone

Topics: Community, Social Media, Mental Health, Health