The indicted Brooklyn hitman Nicky Secondino is a social media influencer who has amassed more than 15,000 followers on Instagram, The Post learned.
The 22-year-old transgender online model, who has dozens of sensual photos on her Instagram page, once told an interviewer that she is signed to a modeling agency and attends Fashion Institute of Technology. Told.
“Who is your idol of the year,” she posted on Instagram last month. “myself.”
“My under-eye bags are Gucci,” she wrote in another post.
In another post from November 2019, Nikki addressed “body image issues.”
“Today I partnered with @bodypositivityvibes and @body.positive.xoxo to spread awareness about body image issues,” she wrote. statistics of body image problems in
In a candid 2020 interview on the “United We Rant” podcast, Nikki talked about the difficult transition to being a woman and talked about her modeling career.
“People always told me I should go for it. One of my friends at the time [in high school] She was a really good photographer. So we kind of created a portfolio and actually had a professional photographer take headshots for me.
She said she sent the images to various agencies and eventually had one clear interest.
“I started modeling and booking gigs and such, and it was the best decision ever,” she said. It pays, but sometimes it can be a very toxic environment.
“There are people out there who can talk. [I’m transgender],” she said. “From my voice, from my face, whatever it is. I have a real female body, but some people can watch you Don’t care about your ribs like your shoulders are too broad.”
She said she was born Nicolas Secondino, but discovered she was transgender at age five. I threw a tantrum at my target when I felt completely uncomfortable.
By the time she turned 16, Nikki said she had started taking hormones.
“My father had a strong personality,” she said. “He didn’t allow it to affect him. Surprisingly, my mom had a little more trouble than my dad. That was the way it happened.”
She said her parents divorced while the family lived in New Jersey, and she moved back to New York, living in Westchester County at the time of the podcast.
“I was in therapy consistently,” Nikki said. “I hated the process of hiding that part of myself.”