Gigi Hadid Claps Back at Body Shamers Who Are Now Calling Her Too Skinny to Model

Can everyone just mind their own business?

Look out y’all, there’s a new clap back queen in town, and her name is Gigi Hadid. The 22-year old model is no stranger to shutting down trolls who have nothing better to do than make comments about her size. When she started modelling, Hadid was praised for not looking like the stereotypical runway model. She had *gasp* curves! How dare she!

But now, nearly years later, critics are now saying that Hadid is becoming too skinny. Can’t this girl catch a break?

She addressed the criticism in a lengthy Twitter rant, explaining that her weight loss is the result of being diagnosed with Hashimotos disease.

Now that she is being treated, her body is healthy and functioning the way that it should be.

Except now, trolls have come out of the shadows of Twitter to accuse her of losing weight because of drug use or being anorexic. Please excuse me while I roll my eyes. Hadid puts it perfectly when she says, “I will not further explain the way my body looks, just as anyone, with a body type that doesn’t suit ur ’beauty’ expectation, shouldn’t have to.”

She also encourages everyone to have a little more empathy and to “use your energy to lift those that you admire rather than be cruel to those u don’t.”

Her fellow models have spoken out in support of her tweets. Kendall Jenner had a simple message for her pal:

Ruby Rose and Hailey Baldwin are just annoyed that Hadid had to explain herself at all.

Lily Aldridge assures us that the last meal she ate with her friend was a “FULLLLY LOADED @kfc FEAST.”

Martha Hunt tweeted that body shaming needs to stop across the board because “’Healthy’ looks different on everyone!”

No stranger to clapping back at body (and mommy) shamers, Chrissy Teigen had an alternate, (more unfiltered) message for the haters:

Trolls, be gone!

Drew Elliott gets real with America’s Next Top Model contestant Rhiyan Carraker about body image issues in the modeling world.

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