I’m plus-size & trolls slam me as being ‘big in all the wrong places’ but I don’t care, they’re the ones hurting inside | The Sun

A BODY positivity influencer has gone viral online after challenging the negative comments she receives – but claims these only motivate her to post more.

Danielle Lucker, 25, a plus-sized model from the US, recently made headlines after sporting a black bikini and matching beanie while rollerskating in a bid to “clap back” at online trolls.

In the TikTok clip, which has racked up 1.5 million views, the part-time flight attendant replied to a comment which said: “Big in all the wrong places.”

Despite receiving harsh comments regularly, the body positivity influencer now hopes to spread her message even further – and claims the trolls only motivate her.

“I will only continue to post even more, as I won’t stop promoting body neutrality,” she told NeedToKnow.Online.

“I like to respond to these comments by posting another [bikini] video, so I can show them I don’t care.

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“I want people to hear the words right from my mouth and that I mean it – I won’t stop because people are commenting these negative things.

“Personally, I don’t let them get to me, because I have come to a place in my life where I love myself and my body.

“These people behind a screen don’t bother me, because I know they are hurting inside.”

In another video, which has racked up 1.7 million views and over 99,000 likes, she is shown skateboarding past a beach while wearing a white bikini top and trousers.

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Users flocked to the comments, where trolls and supporters alike shared their views.

“I can’t even deadlift ur weight,” one person said, followed by a skull emoji. [sic]

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Another user added: “No pls, lets just remember to go to the gym.” [sic]

“The transformation would be crazy,” someone else commented.

One user said: “Bro, what is that board made of its unbreakable.” [sic]

Others shared their admiration for the model, with user Queensoftmochi saying: “Absolutely gorgeous.”

“Girl you are GORGEOUS,” someone else wrote, followed by three love heart emojis.

User Catie said: “Beautiful and skilled lady!”

“Get it gurl…keep that head up!” another person added. [sic]

Danielle added: “I always get the same few things commented, such as [being called] a ‘whale’ or ‘stop promoting obesity’ and ‘how is the skateboard not broken?’

“I don’t think the [trolls] will ever stop though, as this world always has something to say.

“People tell me to workout and then I post a video of me rollerblading, but they still have something to say about me being fat or lazy.

“On social media, you can never please everyone and that’s OK.

“I think people should let others live their lives the way they choose.

“The more they hate, the more I’ll post.

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“I get so many other comments from young women, who tell me that they are so happy to see someone with their body type skating and that it’s giving them confidence.

“This is why I continue to post.”

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