Plus-Sized Model Silences Haters with Fiery Bikini Response – You Won’t Believe Her Comeback!

A plus-sized influencer is standing up to online bullies who tell her to cover up her size 22 body. She proudly says she will always embrace her size. When she started sharing daring photos in minimal clothing, she received a lot of criticism.

Despite the mean comments, she confidently states that plus-size bodies are “hot” and “look good in a bikini.”

Some people online admire her beauty and confidence, while others are concerned about the health risks of being overweight. Keep reading to learn more about Abby Bible and her battle with online trolls!

In a world that often promotes unrealistic beauty standards, influencers like Abby Bible are important for encouraging self-love and body positivity.

Despite some negative comments, the 25-year-old remains positive and celebrates her love for fashion, sending a powerful message to her followers.

Standing at 6-foot-1 and wearing size 22, Abby often shares on Instagram that she refuses to follow society’s harmful expectations.

“As a teen, I thought I would never be seen as ‘feminine’ because the media tells us we have to be small, dainty, cute, and quiet. Over the years, I believed that being feminine meant being desirable and worthy of a good life,” writes the New York-based woman. “But I’ve slowly freed myself from these harmful thoughts…”

Appearing on Dr. Phil to talk about body positivity, Abby Bible explained she has struggled with her weight since childhood. “At 14, I weighed about 200 pounds. I had a personal trainer who wasn’t very nice. They told me I needed to lose weight to make friends and that no one would ever love me if I was fat.”

At one point, Abby lost 100 pounds, and at around 235 pounds, she realized it “didn’t solve any of her problems” and she was still unhappy “even with the body everyone wanted.”

Now, the woman, who is in a loving relationship, is on a mission to remind others that plus-size bodies are “hot” and “look good in a bikini.”

In a recent TikTok video viewed by more than 82,000 people, Abby Bible is seen wearing a red string bikini, responding to a troll who says, “fat people shouldn’t wear string bikinis.”

“If you don’t like it, look away,” she captions the clip, where she playfully gazes into the camera and mouths, “I don’t care.”

Many fans were overwhelmingly supportive, expressing their gratitude for the inspiring woman. “I bought my first [bikini] because of you. Seriously,” writes one. Another shares, “You look amazing, wish I had body confidence too.”

However, there were also online trolls among the supportive messages, with some suggesting she lacks self-respect.

“Well, you should care, that’s disrespectful to yourself,” writes one. Another asks, “Where’s your self-respect?” And another offers advice, saying, “I’m a big woman and I say, just because they make it in our size doesn’t mean you need to wear it. Have some respect for yourself.”

Despite the negativity, the “unapologetic fashion lover” consistently wows her followers with her fabulous style but continues to be targeted by trolls “hating on individuals with larger bodies.”

However, it might go deeper than simple body shaming, as her weight also makes her vulnerable to various health issues.

“All I see is a lot of strain on her heart and joints etc but again that’s her choice!” writes one user on Facebook. “However, the worry is when other health complications arise such as diabetes etc it just puts added pressure on our crippling [national healthcare]!”

A second netizen shares, “I don’t have a problem with body positivity unless it’s promoting a body composition with very serious health risks as the new normal.”

“I am a full believer in embracing inner beauty and that everyone is entitled to dress how they please but…she is heading for all manner of medical issues from diabetes, heart failure and joint issues.” The comment continues, “I hope she still feels a comfortable in her own skin when she is wheelchair or bed bound. It is so sad that she can’t see the damage she is doing to her health.”

Bible, who hasn’t addressed health concerns from her followers, reminds the public, “Just because you’re thin, doesn’t mean you’re better than me.

She adds, “I am an unapologetic fat girl…You can take it or leave it because I’m always going to be happy with myself.”

In the end, happiness is what matters and if Bible feels she’s found it then we hope her health allows her happiness to continue.

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