In the age of social media, it's been incredibly hard to live your life as you please without getting unwarranted comments from total strangers. And celebrities know all too well about receiving online hate—especially when it comes to their looks. But these incredible women don't let their haters get the last say without giving out a sassy clap back! Here's a roundup of the best ways local stars have responded to their body shamers:
No stranger to bashing, Jessy embraced all her natural curves in her response to a comment about her thighs. Instagram user @tsai_li_er wrote: "Parang
Jessy then gave this epic response: "Hindi
Saab is two months away from giving birth to her twins but was recently shamed for gaining weight and looking "chubby." She wrote a lengthy Instagram post about the experience, saying:
"Yesterday, somebody greeted me with "Ay,
EDIT: I just want to clarify that she said it with a frown and with a disappointed tone. Mind you, she's the one who told me "
Iza took the high road when she was bashed when she wore a swimsuit during a recent trip to the beach. Read some of her replies below if you want to stay classy and sassy! (Read more)
After her noticeable weight loss in the past year, Jasmine received a flood of negative comments about her appearance: "Why do you look so thin?," "Please don't lose more weight," and "You look older." Jasmine took to the comments section to explain that her weight loss was due to a lifestyle change.
She added, "P.S. Please don't make me feel bad for how I look!" (Read more)
Sarah revealed that she experienced body shaming when she was around six months pregnant with her second child. The actress posted a note on Twitter and on Instagram to address the issue: "I'm six months pregnant and getting body shamed. 'Ang
After giving birth to her baby boy Alas in August, Kylie received unsolicited advice on Instagram to "get rid of the baby weight." She went on to tell her side of the story on not giving any effs to those who judge you. #PREACH
"I really didn't want to make this a big deal because, honestly, it isn't, but I wanted to have my say before I go 'lose this baby weight and be society's definition of sexy' again."
She continued, "I recently experienced some body shaming on my last post at the gym and I didn't really get my feelings hurt but I had this thought, 'People know I just gave birth, right?' Still, comments kept coming in about how fat I was. And guess what: Yes, I am fat. I am overweight. Whatever these things people tell me that is supposed to make me feel guilty or bad. Fine, but the thing is I have never felt so confident, so happy, and so in love with my body. Stretch marks and all." (Read more)
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.