“Stop Lying To Yourself, You Are Morbidly Obese And That Will Kill You”, The British television host and former juror of America’s Got Talent, Piers Morgan, decided to write an open letter to Tess Holliday. Tess Holliday is a large American model. Recently, she posed for the cover of a magazine in swimsuit and it has been widely talked about on social media, but also commentators.
“Dear Tess, We do not know each other. In fact, until a few weeks ago I had never heard of you. Then you appeared as the cover star of the Cosmopolitan magazine, wearing a green swimsuit and sending a kiss under the title: TESS HOLLIDAY WANTS THE HATERS TO FUCK HER ASS. It was a very striking cover, worthy of note because you are 5 feet 3 inches and weigh more than 300 pounds, “Piers Morgan wrote to start.
“But you are a morbidly obese person. It’s not me who is a “shower bag who is ashamed”, as your legion of fans will definitely scream immediately. It’s just a fact, “he continued.
“Morbid obesity, as the name implies, is a very serious health problem. Those who are affected are more likely to develop diabetes, high blood pressure, gallstones, osteoarthritis, heart disease, and cancer. In other words, it can kill you. Yet Cosmopolitan sat you in a throne and declared that you are “a role model for those who have been excluded in this way”, you are “honestly honest” and you are “all that the fashion industry needs now “do not conform to the strict standard of beauty established by society, what a burden of absolute absurdity.”
Piers Morgan then quoted the model saying she was happy and good in her body.
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Lately I’ve felt so unwanted, unloved & unappreciated. I’m fortunate enough to know that’s not my reality, & that these feelings are temporary, but it’s still tough to navigate through this ickiness. My kids are gone for the night & I’ve ordered indian food & am currently watching bad reality competition shows on Netflix bc #selfcare 🤷🏻♀️ Besides, I’m pretty sure garlic naan cures everything 👅🙃
“Sorry, Tess, and I say that with great respect, but I do not believe you,” he wrote. “No one, man or woman, could see their weight rise to more than 300 pounds if they are only 5 feet 3 inches tall and be really happy. At this moment, I think you have been caught in an infernal spiral of self-delusion in which your glory and your fortune are entirely dependent on your morbid obesity. You make the cover of Cosmo and the endless televised appearances because you are massive, dangerously overweight and you pretend to be happy. In your heart, do you have to know? “
“I love women of all shapes and sizes […] I’m not obsessed with you, I’m worried about you. We can continue to be heard on Twitter, and fuel the so-called “quarrel” between us. But in the end, I do not criticize you for a bit of social media entertainment or to score a few cheap points at your expense. ”
“I do it because I sincerely believe that you are promoting a very dangerous message and because I really fear that your own life will be in danger if you continue on this path. If your own friends tell you that you look “well done” on a photo that is so unflattering, then, as I said, you need better friends. A true friend would tell you what I tell you. Tess, the most inspiring thing you can do right now is starting losing weight, not more. “
“The bottom line is that there is nothing very powerful or inspiring about a 5-foot-3 person who breaks the scales at 300 pounds. It’s just a guaranteed path to disease, misery and possible death. I urge you to stop pretending that your body has a great positive image of the world. This is not the case. “