After posting a sexy selfie in a barely there gold lamé thong last night, Karrueche Tran was greeted by a slew of haters who had nothing nice to say. The Claws star is no stranger to cyber bullying — and quickly took to Twitter to let everyone know how she really felt.
First of all, the photo was fire, so we can't imagine what bad things anyone had to say, but the internet never needs a legitimate excuse to be mean.
It appears that, as of publish time for this article, Tran has had the original image removed from an account where she posts images of her Claws character on Instagram. That didn't stop her from taking to Twitter to explain that she was not about to let the haters bring her down today.
“Y’all shame natural bodies, but praise fake ones” she tweeted earlier today. Which, to be honest,homegirl has a point. This isn’t the first time she’s been attacked by internet trolls. She previously posted an image of her “tiny little booty with stretch marks” in 2014 and captioned it with “there’s nothing wrong with the way god made us!”
Karrueche isn’t the first celebrity to have to defend herself against body shaming, she joins a long list of celebrity names, ranging from to Kim Kardashian to Gabrielle Sidibe, who clapped back with a quickness. We mean, who can forget Rihanna's iconic post on Instagram captioned, “if you can’t handle me at my 2007 Gucci Mane, you don’t deserve me at my 2017 Gucci Mane?”
Karrueche concluded her Twitter posts with, “Anyways I love meeeeeeee and idgaf what y'all gotta say. 💋 Have a good day y'all.”
Consider this mic drop Monday.
(Photo: Jesse Grant/Getty Images)
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