Tracy Hinston is a TV weather reporter who very smartly clapped back at a hater who tried to body shame her on social media. For her cool response, Tracy has received a tremendous amount of support from the public.
A TV meteorologist clapped back at a troll who tried to body shame her. Tracy Hinson, who works for KSDK in St Louis, received a nasty message from a gobs**** online who told her she should wear a 'girdle' to stop her 'stomach overhang'. Rather than getting upset over the mean message from 'Mary,' the TV meteorologist snapped back at the hater by saying that she loves mac and cheese too much to worry about her weight.
The message read, "Do you ever watch yourself giving the weather report? Seems that you need a girdle for the stomach overhang which shorted the front of your dresses!
"Today was not the first time I have noticed this. Maybe you should wear a top that covers the bulge in your stomach. Can you even imagine being so much of a t*** you'd send that to someone?
Thankfully Tracy was not down for taking any insults and she slammed the stranger for the mean comment and replied with a picture of her eating noodles and captioned, "Dear Mary, yes I do watch my air checks. NO I will not be strapping myself into a girdle because you don't like my belly. I like pasta, bread, and cheese too much to obsess over my weight.
"I like my body and that's all that really matters. Tracy #nomorefatshaming.
She later doubled down on her response by uploading a photo of delicious-looking mac and cheese with a personalized spoon and the words: "Few things in life are more beautiful than this sight right here." Hard to disagree.
Dear Mary, yes I do watch my air checks. NO I will not be strapping myself into a girdle because you don’t like my belly. I like pasta, bread and cheese too much to obsess over my weight. I like my body and that’s all that really matters. ❤️ Tracy #nomorefatshaming pic.twitter.com/awQ0Rh7qMd— Tracy Hinson (@tvalwx) October 12, 2019
Since the post, Tracy has received a tremendous amount of support from the viewers who praised the reporter for standing upto body shaming.
One person wrote: "Bet Mary doesn't have the balls to post her own photo. I think you look amazing. I had pasta twice this week, and in honor of Mary, I'm gonna go make some spaghetti with butter."
A second said: "Dear Tracy, I don't know you, nor have I ever seen you on TV. But this tweet has spread beyond your market and I just want you to know that I hope you meant this deep inside and you change nothing. Thank you for this and props to you. I think you are beautiful. Be you."
While a third chipped in: "I can't believe someone took time out of their day to send that kind of c**p your way."