Jena Sims hits back at fan who mocked her relationship with Brooks Koepka in apparent dig at him joining LIV golf | The Sun

JENA SIMS sent a cheeky response to a fan who took a dig at her relationship with Brooks Koepka.

And the social media user's swipe was apparently in reference to Koepka cashing in and joining LIV Golf.

Brooks and Jena tied the knot in a stunning Caribbean ceremony earlier this month.

The four-time major champion will tee it up in Portland this week for LIV Golf's second event.

Some reports say he was paid $150million to sign up to the controversial Saudi-backed series.

Jena, meanwhile, is also chasing her dream by submitting to become a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model.


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One fan on social media quipped: "Good thing you met Brooks."

And Jena simply said "agreed", with a wink.

She later elaborated: "When they are trying to hate but I'm genuinely happy I literally met my husband."

Jena tied the knot with Koepka in the Turks and Caicos after a 14-month engagement.

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And Jena, 33, is riding the crest of a wave in chasing her dream job.

She even referenced how the pair met in a video announcing her entry on TikTok.

She said: "I am a firm believer in going after what you want – in fact I slid into my now husband's DMs.

"That's why I'm submitting for my dream job of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit rookie."

She also spoke about her charity work to help make a difference in the world.

And the 33-year-old added: "Helping people and spreading joy really is my passion and I know that together we can create even more positive impact on the world."

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