In response to Charli's clapback, BB angel Addison Rae jumped to her friend's defence.
"It is not your job to judge the appearance of another persons face and/or body," she tweeted. "I always see people say 'welcome to the real world' or 'stop being so sensitive' when someone is hurt by the words of others....when we really should be telling the person who said it to stop feeling the need to judge another persons image/life decisions."
It comes just a week after Addison was force to address internet body shamers of her own.
"I’ve seen 5-10 tweets & tiktoks today talking negatively about my body and weight. It makes me feel insecure, but luckily I’m looking at it in a different light. I’ve been very motivated to start eating better and working out everyday to become the healthiest version of myself!" Addison explained.
She added "It definitely hurts to see people on my fyp calling me “a whale” and saying “she’s fat now” and I just want to encourage everyone who hears these things about themselves to love yourself!! If you are healthy and happy, do NOT listen to these hurtful comments. You are perfect."
We LOVE fact that Addison not only tactfully clapped back at trolls, but also used her platform to spread her message of body positivity.
The whole situation has left us with just one question: What the actual F is wrong with people on the internet, feeling the need to call literal teenage girls fat? Not to mention, ones that are slim and fit by any standards!? SMH.
Whether or not the girls have gained weight in self-iso is precisely none of our business — but all we can hope is that they continue living their best life (even when that involves chicken nugs) and spreading the positivity the world needs right now.