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Super clapback! Curvy South African model’s response to rude meme made with her picture sets Twittersphere abuzz

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Curvy model’s response to rude meme made with her picture simply crushed disrespectful blogger
Blogger used Plus-size model’s image  depicting her in a negative, body-shaming post Tuesday
Lesego “Lee” Legobne’s  quick, direct response to twitter post by Leyton Mokgerepi simply boosted her social media footprint
The resounding clap-back was heard ’round the Twittersphere’ as celebrities, worldwide applaud her 
Lesego Lee Legobne 1Lesego “Lee” Legobne’s sharp jab totally deflated ‘mouthy’ blogger’s attempt at derision of her full figure – a clap-back applauded ’round the Twittersphere’

The South African model’s comment is now the clap-back heard ’round the Twittersphere.
Plus-size model and blogger image was used in a meme created by another Twitter user that depicted her in a negative, body-shaming way on Tuesday and her quick, direct response has rocketed her to social media stardom

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Leyton Mokgerepi’s meme got a hard slapdown:   Mokgerepi, shows Legobane next to another model with the caption, “Girls that I like vs Girls that like me.” But the user’s attempt to mock and criticize Legobane’s curvy frame
The meme, created by user Leyton Mokgerepi, shows Legobane next to another model with the caption, “Girls that I like vs Girls that like me.” But the user’s attempt to mock and criticize Legobane completely blew up in his face.

The South African model replied, simply, “I don’t like you,” a retort that’s racked up over 950,000 likes and counting, including from prominent women like Ariana Grande, Ava DuVernay and Nicki Minaj.
“I’m overwhelmed by the love from people from all over the world, it’s (so) sweet!” Legobane told HuffPost. “I’ve been getting DMs from women thanking me for embracing my body and loving myself. This is why body positivity on a public platform is so important, because others (are) able to draw inspiration from me and I appreciate that. (It) means a lot to me that I can change someone’s perception about their physical appearance by loving my own.”

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 Legobane posted a screenshot of her reply to her Instagram and further shut down Mokgerepi’s disrespectful post.
“I hate it when men think that fat girls are desperate and that we like every other guy cos (sic) ‘we don’t have options,'” she wrote. “Check yourself.”
“It’s utter nonsense,” the model told HuffPost. “I can be fat and still be out of your league.”
Leyton Mokgerepi tweets 1Curiously Leyton Mokgerepi the blogger who kicked up the fuss, in some of his recent posts has given props to other women with the same curvy frame.

Leyton Mokgerepi 1Legobane to Leyton Mokgerepi’s “ utter nonsense. I can be fat and still be out of your league.”

 

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