Trolls call me Jabba the Hutt because I’m fat
A PLUS-sized woman has hit back at evil trolls who call her “Jabba the Hut” and shame her on the go.
Victoria, who goes by @fatfabfeminist on TikTok, doesn’t let herself be bothered and continues to dress in sexy outfits because it makes her “feel good”.
The self-confident woman does not hesitate to put people in their place if they ever make her feel ashamed.
Instead, she calls them on her channel and rocks whatever she feels best in, including sexy lingerie.
In a recent video shared on her platform, the 21-year-old oozed confidence as she strutted down the street wearing a black lace number, which she paired with a dramatic black lipstick.
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As she does this, she films herself and says, “If you want to feel good about yourself, go out to New York in lingerie, black lipstick, 60 degrees …”
A passing woman interrupts him and says: “You are beautiful!”
And the confident Victoria replies: “Aw, thank you very much!”
While many echoed the sentiment, her video was not without a wave of nasty comments.
Some reportedly accused her of “paying” the woman to compliment her, while others called her by horrible names.
This sort of thing happens a lot, Victoria says, but she’ll just block them and keep going.
“Sometimes I’ll give her a little sarcastic answer,” she told the Daily Star.
Other times, she will respond and question their remarks, often admitting “there is literally no logic behind this comment.”
She said: “I think it’s really important because when I share hateful comments it’s not because I want sympathy, it’s because I want people to understand what it is. is to exist as a fat person on the Internet. “
But many favorable commentators flocked to her video and praised her positivity.
One of them said, “This is the energy the whole world needs.
“I like women who support women,” wrote a second.
Meanwhile, a third added: “Yes, we love to see people comfortable and being themselves, embracing all their beauty.”
In other news, this woman says: “I am constantly ashamed because my belly is bigger than my butt but I don’t care, I love my body”.
Plus another says, “I’m embarrassed by online trolls saying ‘I have a pretty face for a big girl’ – but I know I’m perfect. “
We also shared how a model who lost 8th place and was crowned Miss GB insists that it is NOT “rude” to call people obese.