Dealing with internet trolls and haters basically comes with the job of being celebrity. However, that doesn’t mean celebrities enjoy being picked apart and criticized for every little thing. Female celebrities especially face lots of criticisms about their bodies. Recently, rapper Lizzo proclaimed that all body types should be considered beautiful. Stars like Ariana Grande stand by the rapper and her views on body positivity. The “34+35” singer recently faced criticism for posting a photo of herself that lead fans to believe she’s “too thin.”
Arianators Call Ariana Grande “Too Thin”
Celebrity weightloss transformations range from either minimal to drastic. Though, female celebrities face more peer pressure to maintain a certain weight. Specifically speaking, popstar Ariana Grande has been notoriously criticized over her thin frame. Though, fans think she’s “too thin.”
In a series of photos, the 27-year-old posted a pic of herself posing jovially in a pair of baggy jeans and a long-sleeve shirt. Grande flaunts her midriff that’s usually toned and has previously bared the presence of a six-pack. However, her small waist has led fans to criticize the star as being “too thin.”
Some Arianators expressed genuine concern over the star’s evident weightloss, while others made harsh jokes. “Can someone please explain to me how Ariana Grande’s waist is smaller than her head? She looks sickly. Get this girl an XL pizza, stat,” one fan wrote. Many kept making references to fast-food items, with Pizza being the most popular choice.
Ariana Grande Shutdown Bodyshamers
Like stars Saweetie and Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande isn’t one to take smack talk from internet trolls or haters. She especially doesn’t take crap from bodyshamers. Back in 2015, Ariana Grande clapped back at a fan who made a harsh comparison between her and Modern Family’s Ariel Winter. The star immediately took to social media to condemn the bodyshamers for objectifying women’s bodies. “Diversity is sexy! Loving yourself is sexy! Do you know what’s not sexy? Misogyny, objectifying, labeling, comparing, body-shaming, and talking about people’s bodies as if they’re on display asking for your approval/opinion.” Obviously, the star could care less what people think of her body.