Rumer Willis defends himself against nasty bodyshaming

Rumer Willis
Clear words against nasty bodyshaming

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Rumer Willis is enough! The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore formulates clear words on Instagram to all those who have commented on their latest photo and accuse her of being too thin.

With her latest post on Instagram, Rumer Willis (32) just wanted to tell all her followers that she was on vacation. In a summery outfit in yellow tones, she poses in front of a mirror, the suitcases are packed, her hair freshly coiffed, the XXL sunglasses are sitting. The daughter of Bruce Willis (66) and Demi Moore (58) writes: “Departure. And to be honest, I don’t know if I’ll come back …”

But the fans and followers: inside see something completely different in the snapshots.

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Rumer Willis significantly thinner?

While there are many compliments and wishes for a good trip in the comment section, many thousands of people apparently see a cause for concern in the pictures that Rumer Willis has posted. Because the actor’s daughter seems to have lost a lot of weight in the last few weeks – at least that’s the tenor of the comments. Many express concern and do not always choose kind words for them. One writes something like: “You need food.” Another thinks: “She no longer looks healthy.” Rumer also seems to have seen the negative comments herself, so she reacts quite clearly in her story.

“It’s not your job …”

In a long text, the 32-year-old addresses the users whom she addressed directly in the comments. “I know that I don’t have to do that, but it is a matter close to my heart to raise awareness and to disclose such bodyshaming tactics. After the flood of sometimes inappropriate comments on my picture that I posted yesterday, I was really annoyed, because I found the stupid pictures actually cool, “writes Rumer and then becomes even more specific:” Telling me in the comments that I am too thin or that I have to eat is absolutely not helpful and extremely hurtful. Bodyshaming of any kind is something that I do not tolerate. ”

In her text she justifies herself and explains her appearance in the pictures as follows: “It was a strange angle that even gave me the feeling that I looked narrower than I do in real life.”

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