Rihanna hits back at body-shamers

Rihanna hits back at body-shamers

Rihanna hits back at body-shamers

Rihanna isn't letting the body shamers get the best of her; she was seen wearing a sheer top while shooting a new music video in Miami.

"I don't know about this, but Rihanna just walked in front of me". The internet swiftly fired off a collective "How dare you", but RiRi herself didn't have a response. "Are you kidding me?!" he exclaimed on air.

Although she kind of avoided the gym in these last months, Rihanna is feeling great in her own skin and the new curvaceous figure is definitely working for her. Taking to Instagram, Rihanna posted a Gucci Mane meme that featured a picture of the rapper in 2007 right next to a picture of the rapper in his current chiseled state.

Since the posting, the photo has been liked 633,000 times and counting.

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Spagnuolo sparked outrage for his article in which he claimed Rihanna had been "enjoying that good room service for a bit too long" and is "pushing 180".

To support his remarks, the star of the song wrote in legend: "If you cannot stand me like Gucci Mane in 2007, you do not deserve me in Gucci Mane of 2017".

Cosmpolitan.com called Barstool a "garbage sports site", while Allure magazine tweeted: 'Using misogyny & body-shaming women as a way to earn Twitter engagement is a pretty pathetic path to success'. "To be honest I don't think the blog was as bad as many are making it out to be", Portnoy wrote.

After much criticism, the post was removed from the website by founder Dave Portnoy and Spagnuolo was suspended indefinitely. "If you're going to blog about Rihanna gaining weight you better be amusing as f-- and you better make it bullet proof".

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