Influencer trolled over 'unflattering' bikini body pics

A body positivity influencer has slammed online critics who trolled her for posting videos and photos wearing a tiny bikini.

Emily Bispo, who wears an Australian size 16, often shares snaps of herself wearing swimsuits and is praised for flaunting her body.

However, she claims she has been told to "cover up" because her bikini body is "unflattering" by trolls commenting on her posts.

Emily Bispo sits on a chair in a black and red bikini.
Emily Bispo has clapped back at trolls claiming she should 'cover up'. Source: Instagram/Emily Bispo

The influencer has now clapped back online, sharing a video on TikTok of her sunbaking by a pool in a black and red bikini while showing off her curves.

In her video, she shared the comment, "You should probably cover up, that's not very flattering", along with her own caption that said, "It’s hot chubby girl summer, mind ur business!"

Unphased by the troll's comments, Emily lifts up her sunglasses and stares into the camera.


The influencer, who has more than a million followers on TikTok, was praised by fans online for her classy response to the trolls.

"Thank you! Tired of all these 'fitness gurus' telling you to be slim and a stick to be confident. You don’t need that just be you," one said.

"Ignore the trolls in this world, you are beautiful," another commented.

"You're absolutely stunning, beautiful and natural. No greater beauty than that," a third added.

Emily Bispo poses in a bikini by the ocean.
Emily Bispo promotes body positivity and self-love. Source: Instagram/Emily Bispo

Emily regularly posts content showing her body in its real form and has posted videos showing how different poses can change the way a body looks.

She also urges her followers to embrace their natural beauty and be comfortable in their own skin.

"Literally wear whatever the hell you want, life is short, who cares," she wrote on one video.

Emily has been open about her previous experience with eating disorders and shares details about the weight she gained during her recovery.

She now speaks out about toxic diet culture, promotes self-love and inspires others to be positive about their own bodies.

For confidential support about eating disorders and body image issues you can free call the Butterfly Foundation National Hotline on 1800 33 4673 (1800 ED HOPE).

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