Paige VanZant, a former UFC fighter, has recently been bullied online. Many of her fans have called her “thick,” said she’s gained weight, and told her to “get back to the gym.” Some people have even said that she is expecting a child. She, on the other hand, has been fighting back by posting sensual photos of herself with mysterious names and not letting the negative comments bother her.
The 29-year-old is showing off her body again by posing in a yellow thong bikini that shows off her bottom. She is standing on one leg, holding a palm tree leaf, and looking back at the camera.
Paige VanZant Shows Off Her Killer Physique
She wrote in the photo’s text, “Don’t let the colors fade,” which was a sign of confidence. Fans rushed to the comments section to say how they felt. They wrote things like “Colors aren’t what’s blinding me right now!” and “Keep being you, Paige, and shine on.” “Absolutely beautiful.
The sun is shining so brightly on you that I had to wear sunglasses,” said someone else. One of your fans said, “You shine so brightly that the sun shines for you.” This isn’t the first time VanZant has shared pictures of herself in a bikini or spoken out against people who don’t like her.
The Bare Knuckle Fighter stands near a body of water in a yellow thong bikini and white shoes, flashing her booty and pouring what looks like sunscreen or tanning lotion onto her chest. Her comment got people’s attention because she added, “Hater repellent anyone? “I have plenty.”
Just a few days before, VanZant stood up to her critics by pulling her bright orange leather skirt down to her legs and writing, “Whoops, did yo chick get a little thick? My hubby doesn’t mind…. do you? lol 😂.” Paige VanZant went on “Good Morning America” a few years ago.
There, she told people about her childhood and how she got over being sexually assaulted. “I didn’t have anywhere to run or anyone to turn to, and it got so bad that I had to run into the bathroom and eat my lunch on the toilet because I was too scared to eat in the cafeteria,”
she said on “Good Morning America” about the bullying she faced in high school. VanZant was 14 when she was sexually assaulted at a party. She says it had a big effect on her life, and she even admitted she wanted to kill herself because of the pain she felt.
“I didn’t see any other way out,” she said on “Good Morning America.” “When you’re in that situation and in that much pain, you don’t want to die; you just don’t want to be in pain anymore.” But VanZant learned about MMA fighting. “There’s no question that MMA saved my life.” “It also saved who I was as a person,” she added.