fat rihanna

Media already bombarding Rihanna with fat discrimination comments. Talking about "Is Rihanna pregnant or has she not been skipping any meals?" Like they only do this to women celebs. God forbid a former size 0, 5'8, almost 30 year old celeb go up to a 4/5, oh the horror!

anonymous asked:

are people saying Rihanna looks fat? they must not know the definition of fat. she's just eating good.. ain't nothing wrong with it. swear these people just love calling someone fat..

I think it goes to show how shallow some people are if that’s their definition of fat.

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Rihanna fat-shaming: Blogger sparks outrage claiming singer looks like she's in 'sumo suit'

A blogger has sparked outrage for accusing Rihanna of being overweight and arguing the singer could encourage other women to gain weight.

Chris Spagnuolo, whose nickname is Spags, claimed the eight-time Grammy Award winner looked like she was in a “sumo suit” and “pushing 180”.

The journalist, who writes for sports and men’s lifestyle blog Barstools Sport, said the Barbados-born singer’s long-standing role as a fashion trendsetter and tastemaker could mean the “hottest girls look like the humans in Wall-E and just in time for summer”.

Wall-E is a dystopian sci-fi animation film which explores consumerism, climate change and obesity, where the humans are so overweight that they can barely move.

Writing in his fiercely criticised blog post “Is Rihanna Going to Make Being Fat the Hot New Trend?” Mr Spagnulo, who calls himself “Straight Spags” on Twitter, said: “It looks to me like Rihanna is rocking some new high key thiccness [sic].

“And based on what I’ve seen, that means it’s time to worry if you’re not a guy who fancies himself a chubby chaser.”

He added: “A world of ladies shaped like the Hindenburg loaded into one-piece bathing suits may be on the horizon now that Rihanna is traipsing around out there looking like she’s in a sumo suit.“

The remarks about Rihanna, one of the best-selling artists of all time who has carved out a dedicated and eclectic fan base over the years, immediately prompted outrage on Twitter. Critics heaped praise on the singer’s body and argued the comments were a “joke“, "cruel”, and “offensive”.

One critic said: "I’ve yet to come across one male employee at barstool that isn’t shaped like a lump of raw dough so congratulations you played yourself.”

Another said: “Barstool has always treated women like sh*t. It’s gross, but nothing new. There are no repercussions because this is what the site and readers want”.

Mr Spagnuolo has now claimed he is being bullied, tweeting: “Rihanna fans did not like my blog calling her fat and now I’m being cyber-bullied”.

The founder of Barstool Sports, a satirical website which has previously been accused of sexism but has seen its monthly traffic increase from 1.4 million unique viewers to eight million in the last five years, has now taken down the blogpost and issued a faux half-hearted apology for the comments.

Dave Portnoy said he did not think the post “was as bad as many are making it out to be” and said he was only removing it because it was not funny enough.

Writing in a statement, he said: “There are just certain topics that you better nail if you’re gonna write about them because you know they are hot button issues for us. So if you’re gonna blog about Rihanna gaining weight you better be funny as f*** and you better make it bullet proof.”

He added: “As I’ve said many times Spags wasn’t originally hired to be a personality at Barstool. He should not be writing blogs that we as a company end up having to defend. And I’ve been doing this long enough to know that somewhere down the line this blog will be dug up again and used as an example of our extreme sexism. Frankly, that’s not a hill I’m willing to die on. I’ll choose a different guy and a different blog to go to war for.”

A representative for Rihanna did not immediately respond to request for comment.

Laura Craik on Rihanna's 'weight gain'

Some male sports writer recently called Rihanna fat, which was charming of him — and also blind of him, for a finer figure never lived. Obviously, Ri responded with the sass we’ve come to expect from a woman who once rolled a joint on a man’s head and posted the pic on Instagram, via a meme whose message basically translates as: ‘If you can’t handle me at any weight, you don’t deserve me.’ Word.

The fashion industry is making strides towards diversity, albeit slow ones. Yet the overwhelming message is still that the ideal body shape is a fork prong: clothes hang better on it, according to designers. What they really mean is ‘clothes are easier and more cost-effective to design for skinny people’.

Yet past puberty, this straight up-and-down body shape is unachievable for most women, regardless of race. Nor do all women even aspire to look like this. ‘It’s actually pretty annoying, because now I don’t have a butt,’ Rihanna said in 2012 after her weight dropped naturally while touring. She is a joyful reminder that the female body comes in myriad glorious forms, and that beauty ideals aren’t simply dictated by the catwalk. Rihanna has never been a size zero, and wouldn’t want to be. Life is pretty great already, thanks.

Inevitably, as the weather heats up, so too will the body-shaming, as seasonal as sunshine, casting a pall that the sun cannot shift. Alas, not everyone is endowed with the same body confidence as Rihanna. If only. Robbie Williams recently revealed that his greatest fear was ‘obesity, and the shame that comes with it’ — a shocking and sad admission. Regardless of gender, it can feel as though we’re all under scrutiny. Life’s too short to body-shame, and too precious to waste obsessing over the shape God gave us, whichever our god may be.

Child Labour

The house of Givenchy has faced many daunting challenges throughout its noble history of dressing celebrities for big occasions, though perhaps none as great as designing a miniature nurse’s uniform, a task that puts dressing a heavily pregnant Kim Kardashian for the 2013 Met Ball to shame. Who, you might ask, needs a $1,015 miniature nurse’s uniform? Why, that would be Blue Ivy. Apparently, the five-year-old is to be present at The Royal Birth, because Beyoncé and Jay Z are ‘worried that their daughter might feel left out when the twins arrive, so they’re trying to make sure she feels involved every step of the way’. Uh-huh. Grown men remain traumatised by watching a birth, some decades later. Here’s a little tip: just skip to the bit where they’re all cleaned up and dressed in matching Gucci Babygros. You’ll save a ton on therapy bills.

Rubber Stomp

Life: you start off at a fetish party in a rubber dress, and end up at Sainsbury’s in rubber sandals looking for the frozen sweetcorn. I didn’t mean to acquire a pair of Crocs, but they were so comfy; the logo barely perceptible, so that from a distance, they look like any other strappy sandal. I blame Christopher Kane. Everyone’s wearing rubber footwear this summer: witness Miu Miu’s pool slides, Kane’s crystal-embellished crocs and Birkenstock’s more affordable neon pink sandals (£25). Here in rain-battered June, rubber footwear is not only looking like a chic option, but a canny one.

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For the crying adventurer - this is a can’t miss!!! Nobody cares if you’re crying here - they only care if you’re in their way and/or picture… so be careful and always on your toes!!!!!! Also: the drinks are about $18 each so if you’re not sobbing uncontrollably here there might be something very wrong with you. Crying to Rihanna and Fat Joe while looking out at the manhattan skyline on a perfect summers night? Weeping doesn’t get much better than this!!!!!! A+!