In 2019, the actress tweeted a picture of herself and a loser wrote, “Why would you leave the house looking so hideous?” Jameela replied, “Because I have no desire or responsibility to hit on you.”
A few months ago, the actor wore a stunning, diaphanous gown to a runway show, and tons of body-shaming comments rolled in. Responding on Instagram, Florence wrote: “What’s interesting to watch and witness is how easy it is for men to completely destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for all to see. You even do that with your job titles and work emails in your bio…?”
“Fortunately, I’ve come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me who I am. I’m happy with all the ‘mistakes’ I couldn’t take when I was 14. So many of you aggressively wanted to let me know how disappointed you were with my “small tits” or how embarrassed I should be for being so “flat chested”. I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I am fully aware of my breast size and not afraid of it.”
In an Instagram Story last year, the actor shared a series of YouTube videos predicting Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings would be a “flop”. As we all know, the film ended up being a huge success. Simu simply wrote “LOL” over the videos doubting him.
He also tweeted an image from his stock photo modeling days and wrote, “I laugh at the people who thought we were going to flop.”
On her husband’s live concert album An intimate evening with David Foster, Katharine sang a cover of “To Love You More” – originally written by her husband for Celine Dion. One hater wrote on Twitter: “Dear @katharinemcphee NEVER sing ‘to love you more’!!!
Katharine responded with a clip of her singing beautifully. “I’d love to see you try that bitch,” she wrote.
After the actress announced that she would be playing Velma in the upcoming animated series, she faced some backlash from trolls who wanted the character to remain white. A Twitter user shared an angry GIF of Michael Scott The office. Mindy replied, “I wrote the episode of The office this gif is from.”
In 2016, the model released an Instagram post calling out someone who called her thighs “cellulite town.” She wrote: “I now realize that those thighs tell a story of victory and courage. I will not allow others to dictate what they think my body should look like for their own comfort, and neither should you. #beautybeyondsize #effyourbeautystandards.”
7.Shay Mitchell ♥
In 2019, the actress posted a picture of herself on Instagram while holding her breastfeeding baby. Someone commented, “I’m a fan of hers but this pic is just saying she draws attention. She’s not even looking at the baby, she’s not connected to the baby, she’s connected to the camera.”
Shay replied: “I missed the part in the baby books that says I had to keep eye contact with my daughter while she feeds instead of capturing an amazing moment we had. Please let me know where I can download your parenting guide, I’ll get right to it!”
In 2015, a hater called the actor “ugly” on Twitter. She responded with a stunning picture of herself and wrote, “I know right?”
Last year, a troll tweeted that she and husband Nick Jonas weren’t qualified to announce Oscar nominations. Priyanka responded with a video of her scrolling through her extensive IMDb page. “Would appreciate your thoughts on what qualifies someone,” she wrote. “Here are my 60+ film credits for your skillful consideration.”
Last year someone apparently tried to compliment the singer in an insulting way. “@lizzo really fine AF,” they wrote. “And IF/WHEN she decides to lose weight, she’s going to screw you all harder than she’s doing now.”
Lizzo responded by posting several pictures to Instagram, which looked stunning as always. “AINT SHIT SLIMMIN DOWN HERE SWEETIE – POCKETS FAT PUSSY FATTER🥰,” she wrote in the caption.
Last year, a fan asked the actress why she doesn’t post as much on Instagram. Though Eva responded that she prioritizes time with her family over social media, one loser commented, “She got her job done and I don’t think she’s happy with it. She was beautiful without it.”
Eva replied: “My little ones need me and posting takes too much time. As for work, I do it whenever I want.”
After the tennis star shared a picture of herself in a bathing suit on Instagram, she faced a spate of negative comments. She tweeted, “I just want to say that I’m disgusted at how many people comment on me to uphold my ‘innocent image’ and ‘don’t try to be someone you’re not.’ … Why do you feel like you can comment on what I can wear?”
Throughout 2015, the singer engaged in constant body shaming. On one of her Instagram posts, one commenter wrote: “You gotta work out! Please stop eating junk food.” In a second comment, they continued, “She’s an actress; she needs to tighten her body. In business, unfortunately, image is important.”
Selena replied, “You’re gross. I’m IN the business and I could care less about how ‘she’ or you say I should look like. I don’t have to do anything but love myself. [and] Take care of my work, fans, family and friends.”
14Lil Nas X
Continued after an incredible performance of “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)”. SNL, someone wrote on Twitter: “He’s already sold his soul to the devil… I can’t believe people are actually listening to this devil worshiper.” Lil Nas X simply replied, “Who cares? I look hot.”
After the cookbook author shared a picture on Instagram in 2018, someone commented, “You look beautiful but you should grow your hair long again. Girls with round faces shouldn’t have such short hair. It makes your face look huge.” Chrissy replied sarcastically, “Honestly, wow, thanks because every morning I wake up I wonder what [the commenter] would do, and then I try to make her happy, so that was a big mistake on my part.”
16And finally Anna Kendrick
When the actress posted a behind-the-scenes picture of herself in a space suit from the sci-fi thriller Stowaway, one Instagram user commented, “Not the most flattering outfit.” Anna replied: “Yes, but I could still fuck your girl 💋.”
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