Bella Hadid Slams Body Shamers
The supermodel Bella Hadid was all set to ignore the critics and the hate they sent her way. But with people attacking her body on an Instagram post, Bella Hadid has fired back. She tried to put all the body shamers who called her too slim back to their places. But Bella made sure she slammed nobody directly. In fact, she just edited the original caption on the post. Although all fans were apparently acting that they had a social responsibility to fulfill and comment on how Bella’s pictures were promoting unrealistic body images, let’s just accept that body shaming is wrong. And that’s exactly what this Instagram police was doing!
Bella Hadid Takes Down Body Shamers Smartly
On Monday, Bella Hadid took to Instagram to announce that she would be walking in this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Along with the announcement, she posted a few pictures of herself in a black bra and underwear set paired with knee-high snakeskin boots. The post read that she was grateful to be part of the show and that she felt healthier and happier than ever.
However, soon after this, her followers kept bombarding the comments section of her post. The commentators claimed that she was just skin and bone and her pictures were disturbing. Others claimed that this was unhealthy on so many levels. Moreover, others dragged Victoria Secret into it criticizing the brand for promoting unrealistic body images for women. Others pointed out how looks should not be considered value and this practice should end. One social media user particularly wrote that,
You’re literally just bones, stop promoting this, it’s unhealthy, you’re supposed to be a role model – act like one.
Bella Hadid remained put on her decision to not slam critics and just ignore the critics. But this time she acted much more smartly and did not directly respond to any of the body shamers. What she did was change the caption of her post and add that all bodies were different. And reacted differently to great workout routines and healthy diets.
Well, Bella Hadid makes sense. So can the body shamers online let people live?