Published: Tue, June 06, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Rihanna gives flawless response to body-shamers

Rihanna gives flawless response to body-shamers

Mocked for its new curves, Rihanna has not hesitated to react to criticism and one thing is for sure, her sense of humor is still flawless!

Rihanna served a savage clapback to a writer who body-shamed her in a blog using a single meme.

Chris Spagnuolo, whose nickname is Spags, claimed the singer looked like she was in a "sumo suit" and "pushing 180". Because his piece wasn't amusing enough, founder David Portnoy says. Notably, there was no legitimate apology to Rihanna in the statement. But this is Rihanna's way of saying enough is enough; and if you come for her, she'll drag you without even having to say your name.

Determined to set the record straight, Rihanna soon found in a film with Lupita Nyong'o, then responded to his detractors on Instagram.

RiRi clapped back by posting this Gucci Mane meme on Twitter, that reads, "If you can't handle me at my 2007 Gucci Mane, you don't deserve me at my 2017 Gucci Mane".

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As if to sarcastically say "boohoo" without actually writing it, Rihanna topped off her post with a crying emoji caption. And that was that!

Rihanna's fans have shown their support to her, and commented on the recent upload with more uplifting and empowering words.

Remember the time Calvin Harris told us all about getting those famed Rihanna vocals?

Neither side of the body type conversation truly empowers women.

In case anyone forgot, pop's resident BadGal would like all of us to know that she isn't here to score hotness points with the Internet peanut gallery.

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