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Lizzo and Carla from bankstown news, Instagram gronks nude photo

Lizzo and Carla from bankstown news, Instagram gronks nude photo
Social media star Carla from Bankstown, Australia, has taken a nude body-positive photo.
In response to Instagram banning her nude body-positive photo, the star of 'Gronks' has reacted angrily.

Instagram has been called "homophobic" and a bunch of "gronks" by an Australian social media star for removing a racy photo of her.

After being inspired by US singer Lizzo, Aussie social media star Carla from Bankstown has taken down a nude body positivity photo of herself.

An image of Carla's naked body was posted to her Instagram account on Monday night, gaining her an additional 34,000 followers.

My energy is huge and thick! Everyone who sees these photos, she wrote, "should know that you are beautiful, no matter what your size or shape."

"Big is beautiful! " The human body is a beautiful thing, and we need to celebrate it! Because Lizzo always stands up for herself and doesn't give a fuck what the trolls say, she's an inspiration to me."

The picture was a big hit with her followers on social media.

One person wrote, "Baddest b***h in history, but."

Another wrote, "I love and adore you, beautiful."

However, Carla quickly removed the image, sending a clear message.

"Instagram is now officially homophobic," the company stated. Do we really want to take down a post advocating for body positivity because there are so many videos and comments of people bullying and encouraging others to commit suicide? Great work, gronks! ", she exclaimed.

A new video of Lizzo posing in her underwear was posted on Twitter.
A new video of Lizzo posing in her underwear was posted on Twitter.

This year's Celebrity Apprentice star Carla explained why she shared the image in a statement.

There should be no pressure for anyone to change who they are to fit into someone else's ideals, says Carla from Bankstown. "No one should have to change who they are to fit into someone else's belief system," she says. If you're confident, you're the most attractive person on the planet." It's not about how you look, but how you feel. There is no better way to show the world how much you love your body than to strip down to your underwear. " Everybody should have access to body positivity, not just the internet craze.

Since body positivity isn't just for people who are smaller than a size 16, I'm taking inspiration from Lizzo's recent posts. There are people out there who think that because I'm "a fat dude in a wig," I shouldn't have the freedom to pursue my dreams and be who I truly am, a comedian who loves life without apology," To deal with these trolls, I'm fortunate to have a tough skin. Instead of tearing each other down with hate speech, we should put our efforts into building each other up. It is my hope that these images will inspire others to embrace their bodies no matter how unattractive they may be."

In this photo, Lizzo used the caption "Art."
In this photo, Lizzo used the caption "Art."

Lizzo's photos surfaced just a short time prior to this post.

Rumors are swirling that the 33-year-old Truth Hurts singer is working on a new song that celebrates unconditional self-love.

She captioned it, saying, "If you love me, you love me to the fullest." You are not allowed to make a choice. To truly love one another, we must first love ourselves as much as we love one another. You may want to take a moment today to reflect on the things you hold on to so tightly. Allow yourself to be liberated by the power of love. You've earned it.

When it comes to body positivity, Lizzo has long been an advocate.

The Juice singer recently posted a video of herself celebrating her weight gain.

I've gained weight, but I look TF (that f**king) good," she wrote in her diary.

Before that she had lashed out at the body shamers who had taken aim at her provocative social media posts.

Lizzo has long been an advocate for body positivity, posting nude photos of herself on social media without a second thought.
Lizzo has long been an advocate for body positivity, posting nude photos of herself on social media without a second thought.

So, Lizzo said in a voiceover, "I've been working out consistently for the last five years, and it may come as a surprise to some of y'all." As a means of achieving my ideal physique, I'm working out regularly. Moreover, do you know what kind of vehicle it is that you are driving? I don't care about what you think. If you're not interested in fat shaming, continue reading... It is fine now that the fat shamers have arrived.'

As she continued, "I'm beautiful, and strong, and I do what I have to do."

Even so, the singer is not exempt from the vitriol directed at her.

During the release of Rumors, which featured Cardi B, she burst into tears because of the racist and fat-phobic remarks she had received.

"There are times when I feel as though the world does not reciprocate its love for me. How much positive energy you put out into the world doesn't matter. Sobbed Lizzo on Instagram Live: "You'll still have people who say something bad about you," she said.