Teen Shuts Down Fat-Shaming Troll With Kindness
Get it, girl! This teen uses kindness to kill nasty comment on Twitter.
Prom is a special time of year that everyone should get to enjoy. No one should have to deal with someone fat-shaming via social media.
Like many high school seniors, Madison Haulter and Tre Booker posted photos of their prom ensembles online.
Prom with the loml 💗 pic.twitter.com/yiYHfQjWo4
— madison (@madisonfaithhh_) April 29, 2017
Haulter shared their pictures on Twitter with the caption “Prom with the loml [love of my life].” The couple looked happy, confident and seemed to be having a great time. That is until one person tried to ruin it for them by posting a comment about Haulter’s weight.
“Wow, he loves you even tho you’re fat 🙁 mbn,” someone posted on Twitter. “Mbn” is short for “must be nice.”
The teen was not about to let a social media troll ruin her evening, though.
Teen Stands Up To Fat Shaming
Not even a fat shaming comment could get these two down. Haulter had the best response to the commenter, sharing a screenshot of the comment and writing “Don’t see how people can be rude to people they don’t even know.”
Don't see how people can be rude to people they don't even know pic.twitter.com/wx7cu7OGgp
— madison (@madisonfaithhh_) April 30, 2017
It’s a shame that Haulter had to deal with fat-shaming in the first place, but it’s nice to see her handle it so well. She stood up for herself and (hopefully) still had an amazing evening with her boyfriend and prom date.
I mean, it’d be hard not to have fun when you’re dressed in an incredible pink sequin-covered gown!