“I know it’s an issue for a lot of people. Men, women — it’s an issue,” she said. “And it’s called weight.”
“I feel like I was always confident in my skin no matter what size I was,” she said. “I could be a size zero, size five, size eight, and I was like okay, because no matter what size I was, I’m confident. I know that I’m beautiful, I’m amazing, no matter what size I am.”
“Everyone fluctuates with their weight…and who are you to call people ‘pigs,’ and ‘fat,’ and ‘disgusting,’ and [say], ‘Your body looks terrible?'” she asked. “Like, no. This is an education for you. If you think those things, which I’m sure a lot of people have opinions — everyone has an opinion about everybody — you want to judge people’s looks, people’s bodies? Do it in the own comfort of your a**hole mind, or just like call somebody. Call your a**hole friend to gossip about somebody’s weight.”
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She said that the comments were “not okay” and that the hurtful words could be a trigger for some, causing people who had gotten better from an eating problem to go back to their old ways.
“You could put people in a hole again after they finally got out if. So, this video is for everyone out there. Stop commenting on people’s weight. It doesn’t matter,” she stressed. It doesn’t matter if you gain 10 pounds, five pounds, or if you lost 20 pounds. Who the f**k cares? As long as you’re a good person and you feel good in your own body. Who cares! So, stop commenting on people’s bodies. It’s not nice.”
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