Matt Terry is not there to hurt the body.
The X Factor winner, 24, took on Instagram over the weekend to fight back cruel trolls after receiving disgusting (and ridiculous) messages during his performance on the ITV1 show.
Sharing a video of himself in a pair of boxers and an open shirt, he writes, "Let's go …." I wondered when something like that would happen. So, I woke up this morning after my incredible night at the show to body shame. I wanted to do a little post to let my fans know that honestly, I'm fine 🙏🏼 I love you guys to stand up and support me. You are a hell of a fandom.
Here's me, this morning with the shirt of the last night in my pants … As for my body, I've always been built, I've always been heavier than my friends and my brothers but guess what I'm HAPPY. I think it's easy to forget that not everyone is as confident as they would like, not everyone is happy with them- same, but do me a favor and LOVE. Everyone deserves to be loved and does not leave negative people on your way. D & # 39; accord ?!
"Sometimes cameras and lighting are not your best friends, and everyone is entitled to their opinion, but my advice would be to choose your words carefully. It does not take much to break a person. Fortunately, I am strong and positive and maaaan are there any positives from last night !!! 💪🏼.
'The Thing About Love' my new single that I wrote with incredible friends jumped 60 places on iTunes last night and we're currently at # 19. My album problem is start is currently at # 2 for pre-order! (MENTAL). I found all my family and all the judges of the XF and I had a good time !!! Now..HAPPY SUNDAY and I can not wait for my roast dinner ✌🏼👏🏼🙌🏼 [sic]. & # 39;
You tell them, Matt. Hopefully he will never have to talk about this subject again.