Chloe Madeley Destroys Troll Who Tried To Body-Shame Her

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Chloe Madeley has come back swinging at a body-shamer who called her six-pack unfeminine and ‘disgusting’. 

The Huffington Post reports that Richard and Judy’s daughter was pissed off by a comment on one of her recent Instagram posts which showed off her rugged abs in two shots – one airbrushed, and the other natural.

Unfortunately one of her female followers didn’t take kindly to the picture and wrote: “Disgusting… there’s nothing feminine about that!!!”

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Chloe, obviously, wasn’t pleased with the comment and hit back with an impassioned defence of differing body types.

She wrote:

What’s disgusting is not my body, or any human body for that matter – fat, thin, muscley, curvy, size 6-16, none of the above are disgusting.

What’s disgusting is your brain, that has been brainwashed into thinking anything other than ‘feminine’ is disgusting.

What’s disgusting is your mouth / hands for saying it / typing it out loud to women. What’s disgusting is your ego, for presuming that you know what ‘feminine’ is. What women should and shouldn’t look like.

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The TV presenter wasn’t done with her rant though and asked the commenter to imagine how she’d feel if she came to her page and started calling her disgusting.

She argued:

I would never do that. Because as ‘disgusting’ as you might think I look on the outside, my character is warm and compassionate and supportive of all, especially women. The same cannot be said for you, I’m afraid.

Conclusion? I win. You lose. Now get the fuck off my page with your negative bullshit opinion that nobody gives a flying fuck about. Bye bye. Off you fuck.

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Chloe then shared an image of the troll’s comment and her response, captioning it: “And here I was thinking in 2016 women were all about supporting varied appearances, goals, careers, passions and choices. Silly me.

“Let me guess, freedom of speech? Just a different opinion? I wonder if racists and homophobes hide their hate behind the same excuses? Probably. #SuckyTrollBitches.”

Taking trolls down, you go Chloe!


The Huffington post