Gogglebox’s Amy Tapper hits out at ‘vile’ trolls after ‘horrible’ comments01/27/2021
Amy Tapper has taken to social media to hit out against social media trolls who have filled her TikTok comments with hurtful messages.
The Gogglebox star admitted she was "shocked" at the "horrible" comments as she took to her Instagram Stories earlier this week to speak about the abuse she received.
Amy, 21, spoke directly down the camera lens to her 70,900 as she explained that she hardly ever used TikTok, apart from posting a video or two every now and then.
In a heartfelt posting, she said: "I've just read through my comments and people are vile. They are horrible."
She went on to say: "I mean, thank God I've got a strong bloody mind.
"Because let me tell you if this was someone else, oh my God they would be crying their eyes out right now."
The Celebs Go Dating star continued: "You're all, on TikTok, vile. I'm just putting it out there, thanks to everyone else for the love and sticking up for me, but f**k you all.
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"Be f**king kind honestly."
Amy's post comes after the Gogglebox favourite has shed a staggering three stone following a major lifestyle change.
Speaking about her weight loss, she revealed that exercising at the gym made her weight drop as she became slimmer.
She said: "I think the gym mainly is what spurred it to properly drop because I was losing inches as well as weight.
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"That's what topped it all, just being in that right mindset, in the right zone and doing the right things, eating the right things."
However, this isn't the first time Amy has been forced to address abuse she suffers online, recently slamming her online followers who post "backhanded compliments".
After sharing a before and after photo to her Instagram Grid, Amy's fans quickly rushed to the comment section to offer their support but some comments may not have come across in such a positive manner.
Taking to her stories to address the comments, she said: "The worst thing is backhanded compliments, compliment someone if you're going to compliment them.
"Don't be like: 'Well done, another three stone to go' because when you think about it, that's more of an insult than a compliment."
Addressing her how her weight loss impacts her mental health, Amy told ITV's Lorraine: "I feel a lot better. My energy levels are so much higher. I can do a lot more things.
"I feel so much better in myself now."
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