I’m a fitness star – trolls say my body’s 'manly' but I won’t let that stop me wearing a bikini | The Sun

A FITNESS star has hit back at cruel trolls who were mean about the way she looks and branded her body “manly.”

Fitness guru Emily Skye, who runs a successful company called Emily Skye Fit, regularly posts motivational posts on her social media accounts. 


These include Emily sharing workouts in her gym wear – or in some instances bikinis – to show off her enviable physique. 

But after Emily posted a recent snap of her in a bikini, she was the victim of keyboard warriors.

They told her to cover up and wear a swimsuit instead of a bikini, before getting personal and labelling her “manly.”

One wrote: “This is such a masculine build, ladies don’t feel pressure to look like this.”

Another bully added: “So gross, she needs a one piece bathing suit.”

Meanwhile, a third added: “Yuck head OK body but bit manly.”

However, showing she wasn’t going to let her critics’ taunts get her down, Emily rose above their comments.

Instead, the Aussie influencer chose to respond to them indirectly on her Instagram stories for her account @emilyskyefitness.

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In the story, she wrote: “My body is currently not in fashion! 

“Yep, you read right! Body shapes are in fashion. How ridiculous is that! 

“I don’t have a tiny waist with big hips, bum and legs so I’m not in fashion.

“Lucky fashion has never been my forte"”

Emily went on to call out people who body shame others, particularly online.

She continued: “You may like a certain look and you are entitled to have your opinion and ‘taste’.

“But there’s absolutely no point in telling another person that they don’t look good.

“I can’t imagine saying to someone the things people feel free to say to others online. It’s mind blowing to me!”

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And proving their words had done nothing to dent her inspiring body confidence, Emily concluded: “By the way, I happen to love the way I look.

“And I don't see how that affects anyone else.”


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