ONTARIO, CANADA — YouTube star and comedian Nicole Arbour is causing quite a stir after she posted a video titled ‘Dear Fat People’ where she drops some fat jokes.
In the almost 6-minute video, Arbour compares chubby people to slow-moving zombies and doubts whether fat-shaming is a thing. “Fat-shaming is not a thing,” the Canadian comedian said. “Fat people made that up.”
She does however believe in the race card, the disability card and even the glitter covered gay card.
Arbour also made fun of the #BodyPositive movement taking over social media. “OMG the hashtags #BodyPositive. If you want to be positive to your body, work out and eat well. That’s being positive to your body,” she said. “You really think if enough of you hashtag something bad for you, it makes it okay?”
Problem is, not everyone was laughing with Arbour. TLC’s My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Way Thore posted a response video to Arbour which has received more than 12 million views on Facebook.
Arbour’s video has received more than 19 mil Facebook views, while YouTube censored her by suspending her account temporarily.
Thanks to fast food and all the processed garbage in supermarkets, the US has become the largest country on the planet. And now with social media, it’s also become the softest. Wonder what everything is going to look like a few years from now.
via Tomo News