People tell me I can't wear certain outfits because of my belly but I don't care, I'll rock whatever I want | The Sun

A PLUS size woman has hit back at cruel trolls who tell her she can't wear figure-hugging outfits because of her belly.

Body positivity activist Ariella Nyssa, who is from Sydney, regularly takes to social media to post encouraging messages to her followers.

In her latest post on TikTok, she can be seen wearing a figure-hugging white lycra bodysuit.

She then goes on to share a nasty comment she received:"You can't wear that with a belly."

Ariella, who used to hate wearing anything revealing her belly but has now embraced her curves, then mimes to the lyrics in the background which say "who do you think you are?"

She captioned the post: "Wear whatever you want Bebe!!! You look amazing."


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The video has since gone viral and racked up a whopping 527,000 views – with many flooding to the comments section to praise Ariella.

"Keep going queen don't listen to them," enthused one.

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A second praised: "Looking stunning to me."

A third noted: "Hell yeah!"

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Meanwhile, a fourth urged: "Wear whatever you want. you look incredible in anything."

The body positive influencer previously went viral back in June after revealing some of the comments men have said about her body, with one even comparing her cellulite to something rather gross.

In the viral clip Ariella, who could be seen dressed in low-waisted trousers and a crop top, showed off her best dance moves as she shared the remarks.

Amongst them included: ''Your cellulite looks like my saggy ba**s" and ''it's sad that you are proud that you are fat."

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