Woman told she has more rolls than Greggs defies haters with sexy bikini pics

Many women enjoy sharing bikini and sexy outfit snaps online.

However, Nicole McCurry from Glasgow, Scotland, has revealed she gets viciously trolled every time she does.

The body positive beauty, who is 15-stone and wears a Size 22, thinks she looks great.

But the social media star, who has more than 250,000 followers across Instagram and TikTok, admits she's bombarded with cruel comments every time she shares racy photos of herself.

Spiteful comments she's received, which largely come from men, include: "You’ve got more rolls than Greggs."

"You’re so fat you’ll be dead before you are 30," added another.

While a third said: "You’re promoting an unhealthy body image."

A fourth cruelly wrote: "You need to go to the gym – you’re disgusting."

While a fifth chimed in: "No way should a fat person wear a tight dress."

Opening up about the hate, Nicole admitted that "people can be so mean".

She also said that most of the men who troll her have girlfriends.

However, she says she's come up with a way to deter the haters – by threatening to tell their girlfriends what they're up to.

Nicole says some of the men switch quickly and are "really apologetic", while others call her a "weirdo".

She says she hasn't actually told anyone's girlfriend yet, but that she's not afraid to.

Dancer Nicole has seen her influence on social media skyrocket since joining TikTok, where she posts under the username @nicolemcurry.

“I joined TikTok ages ago and love posing in swimwear and sexy outfits, flashing my body, which I am proud of and think is sexy,” she told Fabulous.

Nicole says she was shocked when she started getting so many followers – and the mixed reaction she got.

Despite many men sending her hate, Nicole says many other women send her messages of support, saying that she has helped give them confidence to wear bikinis.

She admitted that the cruel remarks used to upset her but now she "doesn't care" as she has high self-esteem, is in a happy relationship and is loved.

“The trolls are the ones with the problem," she says.

“I’m not going to stop wearing tight clothes because I know it offends them.”

Nicole says she piling on the weight after her dad Patrick, 49, died suddenly from a heart attack when she was just 14.

She admitted she was constantly going to McDonalds and would eat "mountains of food" as it would "soothe her".

Nicole says she did stop eating so much for a while and went to the gym – but says it 'didn't suit her' and she wasn't happy as she missed the food.

“I know people say I am promoting bad health but I don’t agree,” she said.

“I am not unhealthy. I am happy and confident and that is the most important thing.

“I’m not that ‘fat girl from TikTok – on the contrary, I am healthy and inspiring people to love their bodies at whatever size.”

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