Plus-sized fashionista hits back at haters who criticised her ‘unflattering butt stomach’ after she posed in a pair of leather pants
- Plus size model Stella Williams has been criticised about her stomach
- Come said her stomach looked ‘like a butt’ in a pair of faux leather green pants
- But the US fashionista advocates for herself and says she’s ‘happy’
- Stella has been modelling for seven years and has been featured in Nike ads
A plus size model has hit back at the haters who said her stomach looks ‘unflattering’ and ‘like a butt’ in a pair of faux leather green pants.
Fashionista Stella Williams, from the US, shared a TikTok video of herself explaining she didn’t receive a callback from Khloe Kardashian’s Good American casting call.
The clip was flooded with nasty comments about her ‘apple’ body shape with one person writing: ‘Ummm [the] pants are not very flattering.’
‘If I stopped and thought about [what] was ‘flattering’ to the world each time I got dresses, I’d be miserable. Y’all hate I’m happy,’ Stella wrote a follow-up video that’s now been viewed more than 15 million times.
Fashionista Stella Williams, from the US, (pictured) hit back at critics who said her stomach looked ‘like a butt’ after she posted a video wearing a pair of green pants and a low-cut top
Stella has been modelling for seven years and always advocates for herself and her body. Despite being trolled on social media, her curves have been featured in Nike ads, which Stella says is a ‘huge win’ for the plus-size community
In the comments other questioned the comfort of the pants themselves.
‘I used to have a stomach like that, those pants cannot feel comfortable,’ one person wrote.
‘I think the pants just need a Spanx because I love the colours and lines,’ another added.
But Stella said she’s ‘happy’ in her own skin and later revealed the pants from Fashion Nova sold out as a result of her first video.
‘So if you’ve been influenced, sorry,’ she said.
In another TikTok Stella said she’s ‘happy’ in her own skin and later revealed the green pants from Fashion Nova sold out as a result of her first video
Stella has been modelling for seven years and always advocates for herself and her body.
Despite being trolled, her curves have been featured in Nike ads, which Stella says is a ‘huge win’ for the plus-size community.
Thousands have also congratulated her on the massive success and showed their support.
‘Thank you for being brave, it helps so much to shine a light on beauty in all ways. You shine and I love it,’ one woman commented.
Another supporter said: ‘Congratulations, you’re such a beautiful and necessary person in this world. I truly wish you the stars and beyond. May your days be forever blessed.’
‘You are gorgeous and I absolutely love how confident you are in being 100 per cent you!!’ a third said.