A MIDSIZE woman says she gets trolled for her “inappropriately small” outfits but she says she couldn’t care less about what people think.
The user @nunnbyname has nearly 50,000 followers on TikTok, creating content on fashion and body positivity.
She shared a video responding to hate comments that called her clothes "a bit small."
The flight attendant has shared more details about her body size in previous videos.
She explained that despite her toned body and tiny waist, she is technically considered obese in relation to her Body Mass Index (BMI).
The TikTok user, who is 5'7" and weighs 195lbs, disregarded the concept of BMIs in another clip.
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"BMIs are trash and extremely dangerous, in my opinion. I developed an [eating disorder] trying to get to my 'BMI,'" she told her followers.
In her video, the midsize influencer dances carelessly while pointing at a tagged negative comment which read "top a bit small, I think."
In response, the TikToker wore a black pair of biker shorts paired with a wine-colored cropped tank top, with a lacy white bra visible underneath.
"I'm calling the police to report my inappropriately sized top," she captioned her video, tagging her hater in the comment.
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TikTok users took to the comments section to share their support for the body-positive poster.
"I’m trying to figure out why you are getting hate. You are stunning and glowing with happiness," wrote one viewer.
Another follower said: "No such thing as a top being too small."
"Sis, don't even bother with them. They lost their fashion police badge," commented a third person.
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