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I’m ‘fat’ and people ask if my right husband is a paid actor – but he loves my curves and we’re happy

A woman responded to ruthless trolls who asked if her muscular husband was a “paid actor.”

Alicia McCarvell, a TikTok user, uploaded a picture of her and partner Scott proudly as they headed out to a wedding, and soon the internet bullies had their say.

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TikTok user Alicia McCarville, who is pictured with her husband Scott, responded to trolls who commented on her looksCredit: TikTok/@aliciamccarvell
A cruel dwarf asked if her husband was a paid actor

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A cruel dwarf asked if her husband was a paid actorCredit: TikTok/@aliciamccarvell
Alicia had previously shut down the online trolls who criticized her for having an affair with a man

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Alicia has previously shut down online trolls who criticized her for having an affair with a ‘muscular’ man.Credit: Alicia McCarville/Instagram
Alicia went viral on TikTok because she shoots body positive videos

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Alicia went viral on TikTok because she shoots body positive videosCredit: Alicia McCarville / TikTok

Alicia She showed her and her partner wearing towels, before jumping on them in their dress to celebrate.

She wrote, “My wedding is forever.”

One troll wrote in the comments: “Is this a paid actor?” Alicia replied, “You are an unpaid commentator.”

Someone defended her, saying, “He’s probably with her because she’s a nice girl and treats him like a king. True love. Good for them!”

Alicia rudely replied: “And I have a creamy a$$z.”

Another dwarf said, “Alotta doesn’t want to say what you really think,” and Alicia replied, “Say that, Julissa. I’ll wait…”

However, a lot of people were rushed about their relationship, with one saying, “The way he looks at you.”

Alicia had previously shut down online trolls who criticized her for having an affair with a “muscular” guy – while she is, as they say, “fat”.

The TikTok user also demanded that people stop commenting on her body because she is just as happy as she is.

in videoreveals the most annoying questions she’s asked most about dating a man “more fit” than her.

The “questions I get asked as a fat woman dating a macho man” began.

She claimed she was questioned about whether she was worried he would cheat on her because of her different weights, to which she didn’t respond “even a bit”.

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Alicia also claims that she was asked if she was her husband’s “sugar mama”, and she said they make their own money.

Sugar Mama is the term used for an older woman who is financially supporting her younger lover.

She added that strangers asked her if her husband “paid” her to go to the gym, to which she replied, “He doesn’t make me do anything.”

Then Alicia asked people to worry about their own relationship, rather than downplay it because she was happy with her husband.

Alicia went viral on TikTok as she shoots body positive videos, intimate moments between her and her husband, and their gym sessions.

She constantly tells people that it’s not working because he’s telling her, but because she wants to feel good about herself.

The TikTok user also demanded that people stop commenting on her body because she is just as happy as she is

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The TikTok user also demanded that people stop commenting on her body because she is just as happy as she isCredit: aliciamccarvell / Instagram
Then Alicia asked people to worry about their own relationship, instead of downplaying it

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Then Alicia asked people to worry about their own relationship, instead of downplaying itCredit: aliciamccarvell / Instagram



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