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'You will not break us': Tracy Tutor claps back at trolls who told her 'how to dress'

The 'Million Dollar Listing: LA' star has finally taken a stand against the constant online hate she receives
'MDLLA' star Tracy Tutor is not holding back as she lashed at trolls for shaming her (Instagram/@tracytutor)
'MDLLA' star Tracy Tutor is not holding back as she lashed at trolls for shaming her (Instagram/@tracytutor)

Tracy Tutor is no stranger to online trolling. In fact, the ‘Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles’ star faces critique and trolling on a daily basis. But it looks like the star has finally had enough and in a new social media post, has clapped back at her trolls. The reality star reprimanded her trolls for telling her how to dress and stated that their negative comments would “not break” her.

In a new Instagram post, the Bravolebrity took a jab at her trolls as she wrote, “To all the trolls out there, haters, and all around negative people who like to tell me and other women how to dress, speak and live. You will not crush our spirit.” Tracy also posted a behind the scenes reel of herself getting her makeup done while in a shimmery blue number. The ‘MDLLA’ star continued to write in her message, “You will not break us. You can’t. You just make us stronger. You are just a daily reminder that we need to continue celebrating and living our lives to our fullest potential,” as she said that she was only becoming “stronger” from the constant critique.


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Adding that the negative comments by netizens should not affect a woman’s self worth, Tracy wrote, “Your comments, however, should remind you that you have more growth to do, because the negativity you impose on other women is just a reflection of not loving yourself enough.” She continued to state that she forgave those who said horrible things about her online and encouraged people to be more positive. She added, “We forgive you. One day, when you do get there and look in the mirror and love yourself, we will all be there to cheer you on!”

The Bravo actress also encouraged women not to feel negative about themselves and to cherish everything about themselves. Tracy ended her message with an uplifting statement as she wrote, “To all the beautiful bad ass women out there - We come in all shapes, sizes, ages and colors and we cannot hold each other back with the negative shit talk. We are a bad ass tribe and are just getting started. So thank you for listening and now I’m off to celebrate another queens birthday in Paris. Xoxo, TT.”