I’m hot and chubby – men call me fat and tell me to go on a diet, but I don’t care, I love my body

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The BODY positive influencer has hit back at ‘men on the internet’ who harshly branded her ‘fat’.

Emily Bispo from California, USA is also known on social media as “imnotbunny“, has 1.3 million subscribers TikTok and often shares uplifting content about self-love.

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Emily Bispo, 23, revealed on social media that violent men told her she was obese and that she should go on a dietCredit: tiktok.com/@imnotbunny
Emily explained that when she weighed less, she couldn't walk up the stairs without passing out

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Emily explained that when she weighed less, she couldn’t walk up the stairs without passing outCredit: tiktok.com/@imnotbunny

The confident 23-year-old embraces her body and has even described herself as a ‘hot chubby bunny’.

She previously revealed that cruel trolls told her to cover up her “unattractive body” when she donned a bikini, but now she has revealed the even more cruel comments she receives from men online.

In a recent clip, the social media user went bare-faced to show off her natural features and a baggy t-shirt, revealing the comments she receives from men.

She explained: “Men online are telling me that 140 pounds is obese and that I should go on a diet.

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“Kids, when I was 140 pounds, my hair was falling out and I couldn’t walk up the stairs without nearly passing out.

“I don’t know how much I weigh anymore, that shit doesn’t matter to me now.”

Emily made light of the situation by turning around and waving at violent men online.

Emily’s video clearly struck a chord with many, as it quickly racked up 953,100 views.

It has 250.7 thousand likes, 1348 comments and 347 posts.

Inspired by Emily, many people took to the comments to praise the body-positive influencer for being so honest about her past.

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People have praised the TikToker for helping them boost their confidence while learning to feel more comfortable in their own bodies.

One person commented: “I’m 160 and every time I tell men they don’t believe me.

“Men have NO idea about our weight. To be honest, healthy looks different on everyone.”

Another user added: “Thank you, thanks to you, I feel so comfortable.”

A third chimed in, “It’s the same, everyone’s weight is different and it doesn’t matter.”

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Someone else shared: “Thank you for being so comfortable about these topics.

“Your videos really helped me because they came from someone who struggled with body image.”

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