Deluded fatty complains about being called fatty

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This deluded fatty has complained about being called fatty by Lord Sugar

Lord Sugar has been accused of bullying after calling a young woman “fatty” on Twitter.

The Apprentice star was bombarded with complaints and branded “arrogant” and “sexist” after sending the message to size 16 beauty queen Elena Raouna.

The row began after Miss Raouna, 23, sent Lord Sugar a message that said: “Evening sugar ;-) can I call you that? Lol.”

The multi-milionnaire tycoon replied: “yes no problem as long as I can call you fatty.”

He later responded to another follower who waded into the row by asking whether there was “any need to reply in that manner” by saying: “get stuffed and mind your own business.”

The response sparked a backlash in which Lord Sugar was roundly criticised and called “a miserable old goat”.

Miss Raouna, who won Miss British Beauty Curve in 2013, has demanded an apology from the businessman, saying she was “absolutely fuming” about the “cruel” tweet.

She told the Mirror: “‘It was just a friendly tweet to say ‘hi’ but my face froze in shock with his reply and I had to check it was his official Twitter page because I couldn’t believe he would be so abusive.

“It’s cyber bullying.”

Lets face facts. It isn’t bullying, it is truth telling.

This is one fat sheila. Not only that she is proud of it. She won a fatty beauty contest after all…and is a “plus size” model.

So why shouldn’t people tell the truth about her?

After all we are living in an age where fatties are costing the health system unaffordable billions, and the troughers are calling for a fat tax, not a fat bastard tax.

Still could have been worse I guess, she could also have been called a lardo and a heifer by a “serious” journalist with the body of a half sucked throatie.

 

– The Telegraph


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