I'm 5'9 and 150lbs – haters say I'm a 'bigger' girl and have 'fat person vibes' but people say I'm an inspiration | The Sun

A WOMAN who was labelled with "fat person vibes" by online trolls has hit back with an inspirational video that was hailed by fans.

TikToker @alexx.fitt took to social media and recorded what she ate in a day to see what people really thought.

In the short clip, the US woman filmed her daily routine – and everything she ate to fuel herself.

The video ranged from scrambled eggs and coffee in the morning to nutritional protein shakes all the way through to the staple chicken and rice dish.

Despite only weighing 150lbs at 5'9, the amateur influencer claimed she came under scrutiny from haters who body shamed her.

She said: "What I eat in a day as a 'bigger girl' that's what people like to call me.

"So I start off with a nice cup of coffee and then we have four eggs with some cheese in there.

"I was still hungry so I had an English muffin with chocolate and a protein smoothie.

"And then I had a boring chicken and rice meal, I was at work so…

"And pre-workout was beef and rice with sauce on top and a diet coke.

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"I also had a chicken sandwich and chicken thighs with rice."

The video has more than 144,000 views.

However, fans were quick to jump in and show their support for the women.

"Literally not big… people don't understand how weight carries different on everyone," a TikTok user said.

"I am 5'9 and a similar weight and I've never considered myself a bigger girl," one said.

"You are my inspiration," a second said.

"You are not a big girl, your body is amazing, keep going and ignore anyone who hates," a third said.

"No way girl, you look awesome," another said.

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