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Emily Atack hits back at trolls to protect fans

OHMYGOSSIP — Emily Atack hits back at body-shaming trolls on social media to protect her fans.
The ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ star wants her fans to “embrace” their bodies and feel more confident in their own skin, and says a tweet she wrote after the Brit Awards last month regarding fat-shamers was to highlight the “unhealthy” behaviour she often receives online.
Speaking to the MailOnline, Emily said: “You know, with the BRITs thing, I did do a bit of a foul-mouthed tweet, but I was more angry about that. I don’t care what people think, if you make a negative comment about me, I can take it – that’s fine.
“It’s how unhealthy I find it, I know a lot of young girls are looking at my Instagram page and for them to see nasty comments written on a photo about my weight, it is bound to make other people feel insecure.
“If people are looking at my pictures and someone called me fat, they might look at that and go, ‘Oh God, if she’s fat, then I must be fat.’ Everyone is always comparing themselves to other people, it was more that I was sticking up for other people maybe going through body insecurities and it’s trolls like that who are the problem.”
Following the annual music awards in February, Emily took to Twitter to wish social media trolls “a wonderful evening” after she appeared on the red carpet wearing a white one-shouldered gown.
She wrote: “To all the lovely comments lots of you say to me, thank you from the bottom of my heart. To those who continue to call me fat.. have a wonderful evening, and then go and f**k yourself. All the best. X (sic)”
Emily, 29, also insisted she doesn’t let keyboard warriors get her down because she remembers to take everything with a “pinch of salt”.
She added: “I spend my life laughing in the face of adversity. I think it’s important to take everything with a pinch of salt and accept that you are going to get nasty comments here and there, even if you’re a size six or a size 30.
“You’re always going to get nasty people online who feel they have to bring other people down.
“I think if you can just stick two fingers up at it and go, ‘You know what, keep cracking on with what you’re doing, I’ll crack on with my life and not worry about it.’ ”

Source: Female First
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