A video of the “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” singer, 38, acting on stage made its strategy to TikTok earlier this week, and trolls took to the feedback with no scarcity of issues to say about how she seemed.
Several social media customers identified that Lambert appeared “happy and healthy” whereas serenading the massive crowd, donning a comfortable graphic tee, informal cut-off denim shorts and pink star-embellished cowboy boots.
But whereas many penned supportive feedback, some felt the necessity to voice opinions on the musician’s physique, dropping pointless jokes and calling the star names like, “Miranda HAMbert,” “Miranda Lamburger” and “Mealranda Lambert.” There have been even a sequence of impolite remarks urging the Texas native to “mix in a salad” and “go to the gymnasium.”
“I like how it’s only men commenting about her weight. She looks amazing,” somebody noticed, as one other social media consumer added, “Half of the men in the comments would be lucky to find a woman like her.”
Even individuals who aren’t significantly “fans” dropped notes on the unwarranted opinions. “Not a Miranda fan but these comments did not pass the vibe check,” one irritated TikToker commented on the clip, whereas one other added, “Clicked on a few profiles and y’all really have no room to talk about her looks…”
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Others provided constructive reinforcement, noticing how a lot they personally associated to the singer. “I have the same body type. She makes me feel safe,” somebody expressed, whereas one other identified the pure proven fact that “bodies age” and “gain weight,” which is a standard “part of life.”
“Weight and looks don’t define you. Your heart and how you treat people does,” one other consumer wrote.
As for the way she feels about all of it, the “Little Red Wagon” singer made it identified that she is assured in precisely who she is, and he or she would not require anybody’s validation. “I just don’t give two s**ts about people’s opinion of me, my marriage, my music or anything else,” Lambert told PEOPLE in June. “I just care that I’m being me.”