I’m plus size and trolls say I look like Humpty Dumpty’s wife – but all the bodies are shaking and their hatred ‘fuels my fire’
A body-positive influencer has hit back at trolls who labeled her “overweight” and said she was “like Humpty Dumpty’s wife.”
Carrie Sellers, from Louisiana, passing by @_carrie.sellers234 on TikTok, has created a series of videos in response to the hate comments she has received about her weight.
She has amassed more than 131,000 followers and more than 3.2 million likes with her content, and recently hit back at a commenter who said: ‘There’s nothing inherently beautiful about eating more, working less and calling it beautiful because you can’t can accept. reality’.
In the video, the camera facing her slowly pans up as she proudly shows off her curvy figure in a sports bra and shorts.
Carrie Sellers, who goes by @_carrie.sellers234 on TikTok, has created a series of videos in response to the hate comments she has received about her weight
The TikToker has received a lot of support, with fans saying: ‘They hate what they aren’t and can’t have, you’re beautiful, keep doing your thing!’ and ‘Any man who leaves a comment like that can’t handle it, you’re beautiful’.
In another clip shortly after, Carrie responded to a troll who said, “POV your overweight,” by asking “what about it?”
The body-positive influencer danced and lip-synced, undisturbed, in response to the hateful comment.
Other angry trolls wrote ‘she looks like Humpty Dumpty’s wife’ and ‘I can literally see your stomach shaking’.
Carrie simply responded with “here’s a better view of my body moving, because all bodies move.”
In response to the person who said she looked like Humpty Dumpty’s wife, the TikToker jokingly lip-synched to a Nicki Minaj song: “If you don’t like me that’s fine, but you know, watch your mouth.” .
She kept her cool and responded to another hater who called her “fat” in several places with, “The hate fuels my fire.”
Despite the angry hate reactions, many viewers quickly thanked the influencer for her trust and recognisability.
In another clip shortly after, Carrie replied to a troll who said, “POV your overweight,” writing “what about it?”
One user wrote: ‘Social media has ruined people’s perception of natural beauty, and she is the best example of natural beauty there is.’
Others chimed in with “beautiful,” “you’re gorgeous” and “your shape is everything.”
Someone else said: ‘You’re all funny because I wish I looked like her,’ while another admirer added: ‘Why they hate you’re stunning you made me love my body more but helped me also to motivate’.
Another fan who defended her said: ‘They hate what they don’t have and can’t have, you’re beautiful, keep doing your thing!’