Abigail “Abby” Shapiro (1994) was a singer, cosmetics artist, and self-described “conservative influencer” in the United States. She is the sister of notable conservative pundit Ben Shapiro and was born in Los Angeles, California to a Jewish family. After attending the Manhattan School of Music, she pursued a musical career. Because of her brother’s high-profile and controversial views, Ben Shapiro sister was subjected to (often anti-Semitic and misogynistic) internet trolling, and on 14 April 2020, she released a highly unpopular YouTube ad called “Why I Came Out as Conservative: Conservative Women NEED a Community!”

What is Abigail Shapiro’s background?

A wife, mama-to-be, an opera singer, an entrepreneur, a YouTuber, and your guide to being the classic lady you’ve always wanted to be, says Abigail Shapiro, Ben Shapiro sister, a social media influencer and YouTuber. She’s 29 years old, and she and her husband are expecting a child.

Ben Shapiro’s younger sister is Abigail Shapiro. Ben is best known for hosting The Ben Shapiro Show, a daily political podcast. He’s also a co-founder of The Daily Wire, a right-wing website. His ultra-conservative remarks frequently polarise the public and provide fuel for Twitter comedians and trolls. His more dubious ideas include the notion that any Jewish person who votes Democrat is a Bad Jew, and that coastal climate change sufferers should “simply sell their homes and go.

Youtube and Abigail

Abigail established her YouTube channel, ‘Classically Abby,’ to create the community she had always imagined. She “found” herself “at a loss” after graduating from the University of Southern California and the Manhattan School of Music, according to her website, since she “left behind” her conventional ideals. Eri and Michelle Shapiro, Abigail’s parents, have another sister named Milly Shapiro, and they come from an observant Jewish household. The siblings were introduced to music at a young age; Abigail is noted for her singing abilities, while Ben mastered the violin at the age of 12.

Abigail, on the other hand, has a few hot takes of her own. She publicly chastised Taylor Swift in March 2020, alleging that she had lost interest in the singer after becoming a “SJW,” or social justice warrior. Swifties were quickly defeated, prompting Shapiro to consider her own ingrained sexism. She slammed the body positivity movement in May 2020, calling it “pro-obesity” and arguing that only weight loss was worthy of praise. In a September video in which she responds to pro-choice commentators, she defends “telling people what to do with their bodies” by claiming that we already do it. “We advise people not to steal,” she continues, making a terrible analogy.

Ben shaming his sister

Ben Shapiro was publicly shamed for two odd tweets against his sister Abigail Shapiro. However, astute observers quickly deduced that the tweets were fakes, originating from a Reddit discussion ridiculing the conservative broadcaster.

After two pictures of the bogus tweets went viral on social media, Shapiro, 38, the founder of The Daily Wire and a renowned political analyst, became the victim of angry and insulting accusations from his detractors. The right-wing troll, who is usually seen on YouTube engaging in intense debates with leftists, was accused of fawning over his sister and chastised for his conservative views.