Rebel Wilson won’t ever have to worry about being fat shamed anymore. The woman is so ashamed of her fat that she decided to summon a skinnier look using a trio of fat woman trickery. Oversized outfit? Check. Wearing the color black to appear thinner? Check. Giving the guy who can digitally alter any image on a Vogue cover a high school handjob so he can slyly shave off at least 100 pounds. Check. Then to add insult to injury she is described as “fearless” in bold text right below her as if she wasn’t afraid of dieting and exercise. The authenticity of the cover was called into question by disgruntled chubby chasers and fans of fat women alike. Not just haters were saying it was photoshopped, but anyone with a working pair of eyes who saw this self-hating cow fell victim to skepticism.
Rebel Wilson is proud of her first-ever Vogue Australia cover. The Pitch Perfect 3 star has a perfectly good explanation for the way her figure looks in the newly-released issue, which some fans thought was digitally altered to appear thinner. “Nope, not slimmed down!” Wilson responded on Twitter. “I just ate healthy and exercised for the month before the shoot x but then immediately after ate brownies!”
If she did lose weight, congratulations. She now looks like Al Roker as a white woman in a blonde wig. Her body lost weight but her head didn’t. I highly doubt this human bobblehead said no to dessert before and after dinner for an entire month. If the pictures are truly unaltered than her shape is the result of surgery. No woman goes from the shape of a filthy laundry sack filled to the brim with clothes to looking like the other girls that were calling her Fat Amy in Pitch Perfect.
Oh and just so you can see the raw v’s the magazine shot, I took a monitor photo myself on the day of the shoot! So please don’t carry on that these shots are heavily photoshopped because they’re not! pic.twitter.com/7DcgO4hZ3a
— Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) May 22, 2018
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