Ashley Graham knows all too well how ruthless critics can be.
On Wednesday, the self-proclaimed "size sexy" model posted a photo to Instagram, only to be bombarded with comments from "fans" accusing her of losing weight.
"I knew it you did lose a lot of weight! I am no longer a fan of yours you betrayed a lot of people! So I'll find another plus size beautiful woman bcuz(sic) yo're(sic) full of s--t!!! #damnshame #justliketherest," wrote on user.
"How can she say I represent the plus size woman when she lost half her weight? Now she selling her fashion line to plus size woman nd(sic) she lost all that weight? Sorry but I can say whatever the f--k I want! She is a phone she use to represent the curvy look now she's getting just like the ones she fought so hard against in the first place," commented another.
And the judgement didn't stop there.
Shortly after posting her "glam" photo, the 28-year-old Sports Illustrated Swim Issue cover star took to the 'gram again to share a photo of herself at the gym.
Then came the comments.
"Grrrrr. I hate this. It's so hard to NOT sound like a bitch when we all see you losing more and more weight but still saying you are plus sized. I see an off the rack size 12 now. Happy for your new fitness regimen and new found fame, but I don't see the plus sized connection anymore. 😢," commented one user.
"She's not plus size anymore. She looks like a normal sized women. How can she rep +sizes when your no longer +size???," wrote another.
At that point, Graham decided to speak out. According to E! News, the Swimsuitsforall designer commented, "People come on my page and body shame me because I'm too big, because I'm too small, because I'm not good enough for their standards...But at the end of the day I'm good enough for me. Angles will make anyone look bigger or smaller and I just happen to know mine."
She also took to Snapchat to respond to the haters, sharing a photo of herself walking the runway with text overlay that read, "I will not let others dictate what they think my body should look like for their own comfort, and neither should you."
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