Trolls call me a 'whale' and say I'm always eating KFC but I’ll rip apart anyone who comments on a woman’s weight | The Sun

A WOMAN who's constantly faced with cruel comments from trolls about her body has insisted she'll "rip" apart anyone who criticises a female figure.

Ariella frequently shares videos of herself in skimpy ensembles on social media, showing off her natural curves in the process.

But doing so opens up up to criticism from trolls, with one commenting on one of her previous TikTok videos: "You must have been at KFC (whale emoji)."

She responded in another video of herself in a T-shirt and miniskirt with a thigh-high split as she danced around.

"Stop judging people’s health on their bodies," she added in the caption.

"I wish we could develop a society that recognises this isn’t just normal, but also beautiful," one person commented on that clip.

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"I worry so much about my daughters and all the toxicity."

"You’re gorgeous ignore the haters!" another wrote.

"Look damn good to me. This is what a woman looks like," a third commented.

In another video, Ariella admitted it's not just her own body she's happy defending, but others too.

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Over a video of herself sitting down wearing a bikini bottom and a cropped top, she wrote: "When someone tries to b**ch about another girl’s weight to me not knowing I’m a bomb about to be set off.

"And will rip them a new one because NO-ONE should ever be weight shamed."

"Let them talk you’re beautiful," one commented on that clip.

"Gorgeous sun-kissed amazingness," another added.

"I absolutely love your body. Keep the curves!" a third insisted.

While someone else wrote: "Agreed, and women shouldn’t talk about short guys, body shaming works both ways."

"F**k what anyone else thinks," another said.

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