A curvy influencer has scolded other women for insisting they are “too fat” to wear a bikini with an inspirational body positivity video.
Tatum Blinn has 83,000 followers on Instagram and often shares photos and videos of herself modeling swimsuits with confidence and style.
In a recent clip, she waggles her finger at the screen and tells people to stop negative self-talk.
“When I see other girls say they can wear a two-piece because of their tummy,” she says.
Tatum adds in the caption: “All bodies belong in a bikini.”
Since it was uploaded on April 4, the video has been watched more than 50,000 times and the message clearly resonated with her fans.
One smitten viewer told her: “Because you are a goddess.”
A second commented: “Facts. I’ve never let my tummy stop me from wearing whatever the fuck I want and neither should anyone else.”
Someone else said: “Wear that bikini you cutie patootie. I love you ladybug.”
Another wrote: “You are gorgeous! Slay that bikini babe!”
Many people wanted to know the brand of the bikini Tatum was wearing and she revealed the top and bottom were actually designed by two different brands.
“The top is Adore Me and the bottoms are Aerie,” she said.
It comes after a size 22 model called “ugly” by nasty trolls appealed to people to just wear what they want and not hide if they want to wear a two-piece.
Danielle Gardiner, who earns £5,000 a month, said: “Take my advice this summer… wear… that…bikini!”
And a bikini brand owner posed totally naked to show off her “belly bloat” and share how she was feeling inside on a “bad day”.
Karina Irby made £1.5million from her successful swimwear brand after getting sick of not seeing different body types included by major brands.