Chloe Madeley, 28, made it clear to her haters that she wasn’t taking any of their sh*t. The tiny and toned personal trainer took to social media to defend her lean physique in her latest photoshoot for Fabulous Magazine. Many users commented that her build is too ‘masculine,’ which didn’t sit well with Chloe.
She said: 'Do I look like a man? To quote @rondarousey: "I have this one term for the kind of #woman that my mother raised me to not be. I call it a Do Nothin B****, a #DNB. The kinda chick that just tries to be #pretty and taken care of by someone else.”
Chloe shared a series of untouched photos from her shoot to further prove her point.
“1. Was the cover #airbrushed? Maybe, I don't know to be honest. Was it unreflective of reality? F*** off. Here are four unairbrushed shots taken on the same day. Suck it,” read the caption. Colourful language, but a strong and powerful rebuttal nonetheless.
The photoshoot was inspired by Grace Jones’ iconic pose on the cover of her 1985 album, Island Life. The cover features a fit and beautiful, Chloe in retro style workout attire with the tagline, “Selfie Control.” How fitting for this young, fitness Insta-celeb.
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h/t: Daily Mail