A BODY positive influencer has hit back at “men on the internet” who cruelly brand her “obese”.
Emily Bispo, who is from California, United States, also known on social media as ‘imnotbunny’, has 1.3million followers on TikTok and often shares uplifting self-love content.
The confident 23-year-old embraces her body and has even branded herself a “hot chubby bunny”.
Previously, she revealed that cruel trolls tell her to cover up her “unflattering body” when wearing a bikini, but now she has revealed even more cruel comments that she receives online from men.
In a recent clip, the social media user rocked a bare face to show off her natural features and a baggy t-shirt, as she revealed the comments she gets from men.
She explained: “Men on the internet telling me that 140lbs is obese and that I should go on a diet.
“Babes when I was 140lbs my hair was falling out and I couldn’t walk up a flight of stairs without almost passing out.
“I don’t know how much I weigh anymore, that s*** is irrelevant to me now.”
Emily made light of the situation as she turned around and waved to the cruel men online.
Emily’s video has clearly impressed many, as it has quickly racked up a whopping 953.1k views.
It has 250.7k likes, 1,348 comments and 347 shares.
Inspired by Emily, many people fled to the comments to praise the body positive influencer for being so candid about her past.
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People praised the TikToker for helping them improve their confidence, whilst learning to be more comfortable in their own bodies.
One person commented: “I’m 160 and whenever I tell men they don’t believe me.
“Men have NO concept of our weights. Healthy looks different on everyone to be honest.”
Another user added: “You make me feel so comfortable with myself thank you.”
A third voiced: “Same, weight is different on everyone and it doesn’t matter.”
Someone else shared: “Thank you for being so comfortable about these topics.
“Coming from someone who has struggled with body image, your videos have really helped me.”