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Nicole Arbour, the girl who made a video called "Dear Fat People," a shitty YouTube video that hates on fat people, just got fired.
Arbour was actually working for a film called, "Don't Talk To Irene" as a choreographer. It's a film about a body-positive woman who is bullied for being fat.
Director Pat Mill fired her after hearing about her rant (or ridiculously unfunny "joke") on Youtube.
This is what director Pat Mill had to say about the video:
“It’s very odd that we live in a world now where people post their opinions on YouTube (to get views), but they cannot say these opinions to our faces. My film celebrates being different. It celebrates not fitting in. I want to arm teen girls of all sizes with confidence. People like Nicole Arbour strip this confidence away.” (zap2it)
Yikes! Looks like Arbour screwed everything up for herself.
To read more about the video, check out @LizArnone's card here.
I see a trend: people saying really offensive things on social media, and then *gasp* seeing the brutal consequences that follow them. Some people just aren't equipped with common sense. @PurpleChick
Seriously. It just makes it all the more crappy that she did it in the first place. She was working on a project that should have been promoting a positive ideal and she left work one day and made That video. That's cold...
Wow she deserved it , but what's more ironic is that she was working on a film about body positive, I dont understand why she will do such a thing .
Wow I can't believe she did this AS SHE WAS WORKING ON A BODY POSITIVITY MOVIE
She most certainl deserved it!
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