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Vicky Pattison slams online trolls for body shaming her ‘powerful cleavage’ pic

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Vicky Pattison slammed online trolls for body shaming her “powerful cleavage” picture.

Yesterday the reality star shared a snap of herself in a white dressing gown and was quickly targeted by online trolls for showing her cleavage.

The celeb was forced to return to the social media platform following the negative attention and hit back at the online trolls from commenting about her body.

 

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Okkkkk… so it’s frustrating to me that I have to post this, especially in the festive period when there’s meant to be so much joy being spread etc but apparently it hasn’t stretched to Instagram so here goes… ???????? In my last post I posed in a robe with some POWERFUL cleavage on display and this for some reason attracted a significant about of criticism from women predominantly. So I thought I’d pop this other pic up- now this is not to appease these moaning myrtles- far from it.. in fact, I’m putting you on blast! As a woman, I’m proud of my body, but also of my mind, my personality, my work ethic, my friends, my family, my realness and my strength and sense of humour which has got me through some dark times recently- which is my I like to think my Instagram account shows a fair and even representation of all these things! Yes, there may be a glam pouty selfie, similarly in the next post I may be laughing with friends, the next could be me in a bikini and finally I might be inhaling a bowl of pasta, makeup free and giving zero fucks. I show myself eating, drinking, exercising, laughing, loving and yes I even show my pain. Because I’m a human being with many different sides and I’m allowed to express myself however I want. My page shows depth and range and honesty- and heaven forbid some cleavage at times! Don’t tell me what to put on my Instagram, don’t tell me what I should and shouldn’t do: it’s 2019, let’s be abit more accepting of each other and how we express our truths. And most of all, let’s not tear down other women. It’s about time we started respecting our fellow female- because this ‘tearing another girl down to make yourself feel better’ or ‘having no girlcode’ thing ain’t cute. And personally I would never want to be the reason another woman doubted herself. Rant over. I’m going back to my pasta. I hope you all have a good night. (Yes even those who criticised me, I’m showing you love as I reckon you probably need it the most.) ???? ps this is the first time I’ve cooked in months- cooking for one scared me. But I did it. So fucking hell yeah basically ????????✌????

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“Okkkkk… so it’s frustrating to me that I have to post this, especially in the festive period when there’s meant to be so much joy being spread etc but apparently it hasn’t stretched to Instagram so here goes…” the 31-year-old began.

“In my last post I posed in a robe with some POWERFUL cleavage on display and this for some reason attracted a significant about of criticism from women predominantly.”

“So I thought I’d pop this other pic up- now this is not to appease these moaning myrtles- far from it.. in fact, I’m putting you on blast!”

“As a woman, I’m proud of my body, but also of my mind, my personality, my work ethic, my friends, my family, my realness and my strength and sense of humour which has got me through some dark times recently- which is my I like to think my Instagram account shows a fair and even representation of all these things!”

Vicky went on to say that there are many different sides to people and that she shows herself in various lights on her Instagram account, whether she’s doing a “glam pouty selfie” or “inhaling a bowl of pasta”.

“Don’t tell me what to put on my Instagram, don’t tell me what I should and shouldn’t do: it’s 2019, let’s be abit (sic) more accepting of each other and how we express our truths. And most of all, let’s not tear down other women.”

The reality star added that women should not be tearing each other down, before she finished: “Rant over. I’m going back to my pasta. I hope you all have a good night. (Yes even those who criticised me, I’m showing you love as I reckon you probably need it the most.)”

Fans quickly praised Vicky for speaking out about body shaming, as one commented: “Be who you wanna be @vickypattison Not what the world wants and expects, never change for any1 but you x”.

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