Plus sized woman slams trolls who criticise her relationship with thinner boyfriend
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A model has slammed trolls who took aim at her because she's got a thinner boyfriend, and responded to their hate in the best possible way.
TikToker @lexielemonn is a plus sized model who is very active on the video site, having gained over two million followers who tune in regularly to watch her content.
Sadly, not everybody is being their best possible selves on the site as Lexie has been attacked by trolls who have decided that someone else's relationship deserves to have abuse hurled at it.
Unfortunately we live in a world where even a plus sized mannequin standing in a shop window comes in for abuse, and if a person will do that to an inanimate object you can imagine the hate which gets thrown the way of actual people.
Luckily, Lexie hasn't let the trolls get her down and has instead addressed the trolls in multiple TikTok videos which make it clear they aren't going to win.
The model responded by slamming the 'fatphobes' in a video where she appeared along with her boyfriend which said 'when a plus sized girl + a skinny guy couple posts anything' it was met by people 'going ham'.
According to the modern lingo that we are definitely down with, it means going 'hard as a motherf**ker', and frankly it's a bit weird how worked up some people can get over a relationship between people they've never met.
Lexie also posted a video saying a number of 'beautiful skinny women' had attempted to slide into her boyfriend's DMs and ended up 'mad bc I'm big and he wanted ME'.
Fortunately she wasn't bothered by the apparent attempts from other women to contact her man, and the pair have appeared in several of her TikToks dancing together and enjoying one another's company.
Trolling has only been a part of the response they've had, as there are plenty of people who are here for their relationship and glad they're not letting a few meanies get them down.
One person said the trolls could 'stay bitter and mad', while another declared 'LET THEM BE MADDDD' and a third said they 'hope people soon realize there's more to a person than just their body'.
Someone else baffled by the trolls dedicating their time and effort to Lexie said 'life is too short to care'.
Others slammed people who 'really think it's their job to decide if a couple fits well together' and said 'some just are happy together'.