Local YouTuber Madeleine Ang is standing up against internet trolls who have made fun of her for having a flat chest.

The backlash sparked after she posted a few pictures of her short trip to Pulau Redang, Terengganu over the weekend.

 

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我還有很多照片要post~ 😗😗 整個redang trip還要謝謝 @allenkhor 一直負責幫我們拍照!😍 #okokokmou #barambibarabombombom

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In most of the photos uploaded on her Instagram, Madeleine, widely known as Okokokmou (Ok毛) among her loyal fans, can be seen striking her pose while wearing several pieces of revealing swimwear with the crystal clear sea behind her. Because of that, the comments section on her Instagram has been flooded with local internet trolls poking fun at her boob size.

The content creator didn’t take all the insulting remarks lightly, though. In this case, she responded by posting her cheeky reply to the internet trolls who left hateful remarks, seemingly unbothered by their opinions. One particular netizen even compared her boobs to KLIA (yes, the airport), to which she replied, arguing that her chest looked like Subang airport instead.

Source: Instagram via SAYS

After that, Madeleine then took to her Instagram Story to address the ongoing discussion regarding her physique. In the post, the influencer declared that she is super proud of her body and won’t be impacted by the degrading comments.

“I have always been contended with my small breasts and was called the ‘airport’ girl since I was a child. Not only that, I am also very short and not particularly good looking, just like an underdeveloped child. But truth be told, I am very proud of myself,” Madeleine opened the post.

She added that it has always been her dream to become a model and try different styles of clothing, despite not meeting the necessary requirement for the profession. “Some styles are well-received, while some people can’t stand them. But I am very happy because I get to do what I want to do. I am fulfilling my dreams and I am not hurting anyone in the process,” said the influencer.

Source: Instagram Story

Madeleine concluded by assuring her followers that she hasn’t taken the hate feedback personally. She also encouraged all women to tune out the negative voices online.

According to her, “Don’t lose your own unique charm simply because you don’t conform to other people’s aesthetic standards. As long as you are not hurting anyone, you should always be yourself.”

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