You Tube Star Nicole Arbour recently posted a video titled Dear Fat People. The video?which jokes about healthy people has stirred controversy and brought criticism to the star.
In the six minute video, Arbour is seen criticizing fat people and not just that she has even?compared them to slow moving zombies. The video has become a sensation, racking up more?than 18 million views and 177,000 likes on Facebook alone.
Arbour has faced a lot of?backlash for the same on Social media. In fact, YouTube briefly suspended her account and?the video before being reinstated.?Some if the lines from the video are – “What are you gonna do about it? What are you gonna?do?” she asked in the beginning of her video. “You gonna chase me? Really? I can get away?from you by walking at a reasonable pace.”
To see the video, click here.
In a report by www.people.com the person who has criticized her most for this video is?Whitney Way Thore, star of TLC’s My Big Fat Fabulous Life. It was quite natural for?Whitney to speak up against this video as she heads the No body Shame Campaign.
Some of the pointers mentioned by Whitney are as follows:?”Fat-shaming is a thing; it’s a really big thing, no pun intended. It is the really nasty spawn of?a larger parent problem called body-shaming, which I’m fairly certain everyone on the planet,?especially women, has experienced.”?”Heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, these are illnesses that?affect millions of people worldwide from skinny to fat and everything in between.”?And soon after Whitney posted these, some people came out in her support while some?criticized her.
But surprisingly none of this has affected Nicole who further went on and posted a picture of?herself with a burger in her hand calling herself a hero.
Now isn?t that a bit too much Nicole?