The epic response of an influencer in Mexico after she was criticized for her physique with a Nike ad
Herlanlly Rodríguez, better known as Herly RG in her social networks, shared her happiness at being part of the Nike campaign to promote her app: “It makes me so happy, my face in Mexico City.”
Of all the comments congratulating her on her success, there were some who criticized the brand for making Herly RG her image and physical appearance, with an emphasis on weight gain.
Herlani rose to fame thanks to the videos she began posting last year on TikTok, right after International Women’s Day and at the start of the pandemic, in which she created the character Tomás with whom she criticizes the masculine attitudes of Mexican men.
For this reason, she also has many detractors, but in her interviews with various media, the influencer said that she is not affected in the least by the negative comments she receives. And this time he proved it again.
After being criticized for her physical appearance, she sent a message to everyone who judged her: “I have a mirror in my house, I do monthly studies, I am aware of my physical and emotional health, net, do you weigh a lot? This person of great stature what size is in the clothing ad Athletic? Nobody wants to promote obesity.”
“In this pandemic, many of us are gaining weight for sentimental reasons, but you are so bullshit and you don’t care about your neighbour, if you are concerned about other people’s health you will not write much @&%$ comment on social networks,” Herlanli continued.
She then explained what really worries her about those judging her: “Your comments don’t affect me, because every day I receive the same @&%@$ comments, I’m afraid they will go and tell someone who is depressed or anxious, you don’t know other people’s fights, so shut up” .
Finally, he ended with his quirky sense of humor, “I’m going to now wipe away the tears they made me wipe because they didn’t like someone’s ‘fat’ appearance in the Nike ad.”
This isn’t the first time Herly RG has collaborated with Nike, as in March of this year it was part of the Nike Sister Voice digital event. During his participation he talked about eliminating stereotypes and self-love.
“I feel uncomfortable when brands look up and say to me, ‘Like I’m a very real woman.’ Ah you bastard, then, what a fart, where’s the real woman, does the chubby make you real?
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