Bhad Bhabie deals with her fair share of trolls and bodyshamers on the Internet. While many artists such as Lizzo and Megan Thee Stallion have dealt with bodyshamers using stark criticism, Bhad Bhabie had more cards up her sleeve.

Bhabie took to TikTok a few days ago to post a video of herself talking about being a family disappointment. However, as the TikTok track went, she pointed out that she still the biggest earner in the family. While the video was about her brag of having millions in cash, fans found a way to nitpick and criticize her new look.

The artist got criticism ranging from “She looking real different like who is this,” to “She went to 14 to 35 quick.” Bhabie, however, revealed that the TikTok was in fact just a test, which everyone pretty much lost. She took to Instagram in order to share the clip which was reaction to her seeing how people reacted to her viral video. She said:

I just want y’all to know that y’all failed the test. Y’all want me to tell you what the test was? We did a wig that had no type of curl to it, no type of natural curl, and we did make-up lighter than my skin with barely any contour just to see if y’all would still make the comments. And you did. So now I know it’s not about me, actually. ‘Oh, she looks this, she’s trying to look that.’ It’s literally that y’all just want a famous person to respond to you, that’s all it is. If y’all kept saying that I had a banana on my head, and I said, ‘No, I don’t have a banana on my head,’ y’all would continuously say it, no matter if I did or didn’t, so… You’re figured out! Hahaha! I win, you lose!

Bhabie has been levelling up quite substantially after trolls are resorting to body shaming. While other celebrities would hesitate, Bhad Bhabie has been actively going against the body shamers and stays ready to reply any quip with one of her own.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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