A husband who went viral for penning a tribute to his wife’s ‘thick thighs,’ ‘big booty,’ and ‘cute little side roll’ has now made a song and music video about his love of ‘chubby sexy’ women.
In 2017, 28-year-old Robbie Tripp of Miami, Florida earned internet praise — and eyerolls — for his lengthy post about his wife Sarah’s curvy body, in which he said that there’s nothing sexier than a curvy, confident woman and also urged men to rethink what society has told them is desirable.
Now, Robbie has written a song called ‘Chubby Sexy,’ and today he released a music video featuring his swimsuit-wearing wife.
Just add a beat: Robbie Tripp from Miami, Florida rose to internet fame for his Instagram tribute to his curvy wife — and now, he’s made a music video on the subject
Inspo: He says the song was inspired by his wife Sarah (pictured), who stars in the video
If you say so: Robbie intends the song — which is called Chubby Sexy — to be an anthem for curvy girls
He has a type: He also cast several other plus-size women to dance in the music video
Robbie announced on Instagram that the song was inspired by his ‘forever queen’ wife and is meant to be a ‘curvy girl anthem.’
‘This song is about to become an anthem for every curvy woman out there who’s ready to rock their confidence by the pool this summer and let their stretch marks, thick thighs, and big booty scream “WE REALLY OUT HERE!!!”‘ he said.
‘This song is for every boyfriend/husband out there who is living his best life with his curvy wife and wants to celebrate his goddess from the rooftops.
‘This song … was created to celebrate all the curvy women around the world who aren’t afraid to toss off their swimsuit coverups and rock their confidence by the pool all summer long!’
Though the song was produced by Dugg Mason, Robbie wrote it — and also wrote, directed, and produced the video.
Yell it: He said the song’s ‘for every curvy woman out there who’s ready to rock their confidence by the pool this summer and let their stretch marks, thick thighs, and big booty scream “WE REALLY OUT HERE!!!’
Loves it: Robbie went viral for an Instagram post in 2017 that praised his wife’s curvy body and encouraged other men to value curves
He raps in the video: ‘Call her bonita gordita, she rockin’ that peach emoji like hey, nice to meet ya’
Touchy-feely! He dances with his wife in the video and applies sunscreen to her
The lyrics include the line: ‘She got thick thighs, stretch marks, big booty meat. She lookin’ like a snack, I take her out to eat’
Hands-on: Though the song was produced by Dugg Mason, Robbie wrote it — and also wrote, directed, and produced the video
The song starts out with a spoken part, in which Robbie says there are lots of words out there to describe bigger women, like thick, thicc, and BBW — but he prefers ‘chubby sexy.’
‘Call her bonita gordita, she rockin’ that peach emoji like hey, nice to meet ya,’ he raps in the chorus. ‘She got thick thighs, stretch marks, big booty meat. She lookin’ like a snack, I take her out to eat.’
Other lyrics mention calling his wife ‘James and the Giant Peach’ and liking a girl that’s ‘weighty.’
‘Curves too sexy for a one-piece. Cheeks swallow that bikini like a G-string. Two hundred pounds, no flat tummy, she don’t need a man — yeah she’s chubby yummy,’ he raps.
‘Some say a chubby girl, that’s risky. But they ain’t met a curvy girl that’s frisky. Livin’ my best life with my curvy wife. I ain’t slept in weeks, she keeps me up at night.’
Other lyrics mention calling his wife ‘James and the Giant Peach’ and liking a girl that’s ‘weighty’
‘Curves to sexy for a one-piece. Cheeks swallow that bikini like a G-string. Two hundred pounds, no flat tummy, she don’t need a man — yeah she’s chubby yummy,’ he raps.
Happy wife: Sarah is proud of the video and has promoted it on her Instagram page
Critics: Some people are criticizing the video, though, saying Robbie is fetishizing curvy women and qualifying his attraction
Naturally, his wife Sarah stars in the video, wearing a red one-piece suit and dancing by the pool. In one part, Robbie applies sunscreen to her thighs and butt as she stands in heels .
There are also several other models in the video, all of whom wear swimwear and dance to the song.
Sarah, an Instagram influencer who goes by @sassyredlipstick and has half a million followers, also posed stills from the video on Instagram announcing it’s release and sharing her excitement.
‘This song and music video has truly been a labor of love and source of pure inspiration for Robbie the past six months and i’m just so proud of what he’s accomplished,’ she wrote.
‘I genuinely think so many of you are going to be blown away by this insanely catchy summer anthem and aren’t going to be able to get it out of your head all weekend!
Sarah (pictured with Robbie) said the video was ’empowering, inspiring, and inclusive’
Popular: Sarah is an Instagram influencer who goes by @sassyredlipstick and has half a million followers
Not it: Critics say that ‘body positivity is not about sexualizing and bashing others body types’
‘Shooting the music video … was one of the most refreshing and rewarding experiences I’ve had in a long time. It was everything we’d hoped for on this creative project: empowering, inspiring, and inclusive.
‘The curvy models we casted brought every ounce of fierce, sassy confidence we needed, and even better, shared their heartfelt stories with us about their own self-love journeys.’
While the couple says the song is supposed to be a feel-good anthem for curvy women, though, not everyone is impressed — with some calling it condescending and accusing Robbie of fetishizing heavier women.
‘Can someone tell Robbie that body positivity is not about sexualizing and bashing others body types,’ tweeted one.
‘He forgets that body prositivity isn’t predicated on someone finding you sexy,’ wrote another.
‘I am still angry about “chubby sexy”. This is not a compliment. When you put a qualifier in front of “sexy” it means “you are sexy to me despite this huge flaw,”’ wrote a third.
‘Shooting the music video … was one of the most refreshing and rewarding experiences I’ve had in a long time,’ she said
Baby on the way: She and Robbie recently announced that they are expecting
While so far most of the response on social media seems to be negative, there are a few commenters who find the song ‘cute’ and a ‘masterpiece’.
Robbie received a similarly mixed reaction when he wrote an Instagram caption praising his wife’s bigger body in 2017.
‘I love this woman and her curvy body,’ he wrote in the post.
‘As a teenager, I was often teased by my friends for my attraction to girls on the thicker side, ones who were shorter and curvier, girls that the average (basic) bro might refer to as “chubby” or even “fat.”‘
As he got older, Robbie says that he began educating himself about feminism, and in doing so he earned a better understanding of how warped the standard of beauty has become thanks to the media.
He also realized ‘how many men have bought into that lie’.
‘For me, there is nothing sexier than this woman right here: thick thighs, big booty, cute little side roll, etc. Her shape and size won’t be the one featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan but it’s the one featured in my life and in my heart,’ he said.
All love: In 2017, Robbie went viral for his post about Sarah, saying there’s ‘nothing sexier than this woman right here: thick thighs, big booty, cute little side roll, etc.’
Tip to toe: He explained in the post how he was teased when he was younger for preferring girls ‘on the thicker side’
He went on to address any men reading the post, asking them to ‘rethink what society has told you that you should desire.’
‘A real woman is not a porn star or a bikini mannequin or a movie character. She’s real,’ he added. ‘She has beautiful stretch marks on her hips and cute little dimples on her booty.’
He also addressed other women in the post, telling them not to think that they need to ‘fit a certain mold’ to be loved.
‘There is a guy out there who is going to celebrate you for exactly who you are, someone who will love you like I love my Sarah.’
At the time, thousands of women liked the post, applauding Robbie for his sweet words.
However, some people — like plus-size model Tess Holliday — were less impressed. Responding to another post slamming Robbie, she wrote: ‘Stop giving men trophies for doing the bare minimum.’