Love Island’s Liberty Poole has hit back at vile trolls online with a powerful topless social media post.
The blonde bombshell – who first rose to fame on the seventh series of the ITV2 dating programme – celebrated International Women’s Day with a bang as she posted her powerful black and white clip.
It’s fair to say the 23-year-old reality star exposed her vulnerabilities to her 1.4million followers on Wednesday [March 8] as she took a stand against cruel users leaving hateful messages online.
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In the 30-second clip, the former Dancing on Ice star could be seen holding her hands over her chest which she teamed with a pair of light wash jeans.
She opted to let her luscious golden locks loose that cascaded over her shoulders to provide extra coverage to her bare chest.
Liberty finished the look with a full face of glamorous makeup which celebrated her natural beauty with a pinch of blush on the apples of her cheeks that matched her nude pink lipstick.
As she posed up a storm for the camera, a number of cruel words were projected across her face and body which were left from haters online.
Later on in the video, the TV star wiped off her makeup and removed her false eyelashes as she hit back at the negative comments she has received over the past few years on her posts online.
She captioned the post: “Today is our day [black heart emoji] International Women’s Day and I wanted to talk to you about Labels, how many times in your life has someone labelled you something or underestimated you because of society’s expectations or stereotypes?
“You may start to believe it and it may limit you [cross emoji] The constant need to keep up with society/ social media expectations is draining and I wanted to say JUST BE UNAPOLOGETICALLY YOU [heart emoji].”
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Liberty continued: “Still Love every version of you when others choose to show you hate instead of love because it’s a reflection on them and nothing you’ve done.
“Have them goals, achieve them and keep being the boss babe you are don’t let silly words get you down we are strong women and let’s support each other.”
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