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Recently I stumbled across a rising YouTube star named Nicole Arbour.
Apparently she's a comedian who unleashes a harsh brand of "shock-comedy" to get fans speaking about the topics she discusses in her videos. Recently she dropped a new video called "Dear Fat People 2: The Second Helping" which focused on shaming Sports Illustrated for featuring a plus size model in their most recent swimsuit issue.
While she admits that Ashley Graham is “pretty,” she claims that the model does not meet magazines’ standards for swimsuit models, which she questionably notes are the “mecca of physical perfection.”
She later mentions that that all of Graham’s photos are “Photoshopped to f*ck,” (which is an odd comment to me, because so are all models, plus-sized or not. )
Ashley Graham caught wind of the video and commented on Instagram, saying "I am strong. I am powerful. I am bold. My body is capable to do more than I think I can. I will always push myself to greater heights. I respect the skin I am in. I workout because I love my body, not because I hate it."

Is it just me, or does Nicole Arbour sound like a hater?

So I guess people with disabilities who can't work out hate their bodies, according to the very strict standards she has? I know she's a shock comedian, and every view she gets on her videos means more money in her pocket. So really the best thing anyone can do is ignore her since right now every time we watch her video we're basically telling her that she can keep making money off her crappy opinions.
After that first video, why does anyone even give her the time of day??
do people even know what she did she abused a man she's a bad person I hate her for who she is and for what she did to that poor man
@shannonl5 your welcome
@MaighdlinS @laurajackson thank you both!
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