'Y’all hate, I’m happy': Social media influencer SLAMS haters for saying 'her belly looks like a butt'

In the video, Stella Williams said, 'If I stopped and thought about what was ‘flattering’ to the world each time I got dressed, I’d be miserable'

'Y’all hate, I’m happy': Social media influencer SLAMS haters for saying 'her belly looks like a butt'
Stella Williams can be seen sticking up for herself against haters commenting on her body ( thestellawilliams/ TikTok)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Plus- size TikToker and social media influencer Stella Williams was defending herself as haters harshly criticized her for wearing tight pants in her recent video. Williams can be seen in a white low-cut crop top with two-tone green pants, which raged the haters. 

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Williams initially wore the outfit for a video where she explained that she did not get a call back from Khloe Kardashian’s Good American casting call. In this video, one of the users commented, “Ummm pants are not very flattering." This is when she came up with a follow-up video, stating that she is defending against haters who say her belly looks like a butt, reported New York Post. 

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She said, “If I stopped and thought about what was ‘flattering’ to the world each time I got dressed, I’d be miserable." "Y’all hate, I’m happy,” she added. Meanwhile, a user commented, “I think the pants just need a Spanx because I love the colors and lines."The influencer responded to this in a video, “You never need shapewear, the only thing you need is to feel good in your outfits! Learn self-love and shapewear becomes optional.”

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Stella Williams slamming her haters (thestellawilliams/TikTok)
Stella Williams slamming her haters (thestellawilliams/TikTok)

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In another video, Williams claimed that as soon as she mentioned the pants were bought from Fashion Nova, they got sold out from their website. Hence, she said, “So if you’ve been influenced, sorry." Later, the plus-size influencer updated her followers that she received a call back from the Good American team. “I guess I’m going to New York on Sunday,” Williams told her followers in tears and excitement. 

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On TikTok, one of her followers commented, “Congratulations, you’re such a beautiful and necessary person in this world. I truly wish you the stars and beyond. May your days be forever blessed." Another claimed, “Congrats and the way u handled the nonexistent rejection was top tier and just like a Goddess you are worthy or this." According to Daily Star, One person commented, "I know you like the pants. I know you should feel pretty about your self!" Another claimed, "Some pieces of clothing are not for everyone. You are beautiful." A user said, "Sometimes the truth hurts but it doesn’t mean they are being mean. You are beautiful." Another stated, "The fact that some of y’all care what a woman on your screen is wearing... touch grass, she’s killing it."

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The social media influencer is popular for her content on body positivity, beauty standards, etc. She owns a fashion brand for plus-size women called Curve Haul. The influencer rose to fame after founding a movement called Our Bikini Body.  According to Globe News Wire, the movement began in 2021 after she posted pictures of her wearing a bikini, which received a lot of hate. The movement aims to bring strong messages about body positivity and they aim to post chosen pictures of people in bikinis with #mybikinibody on their page. Through this, she is destigmatizing the standard mainstream definition of a bikini body and is offering the redefinition. In 2021, Williams also did an all-inclusive bikini shoot attracting members of the plus-size community. Williams has 113K followers on her Instagram handle and 400k subscribers on her YouTube channel.

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