Gigi Hadid Drops F-Bomb on 'Petty' Fans Who Criticize Her Outfit

Gigi says on social media the online critics 'need to calm tf down sometimes' as she snaps at them for suggesting that her street outfit was not up to their standard.

AceShowbiz - Gigi Hadid was annoyed by fans who criticized her street style. Tired of their criticisms, the 24-year-old blonde stunner called them out on Twitter and dropped F-bomb in the process, "U guys need to calm tf down sometimes."

"It's called stepping out to do one errand- not dressing for your approval," the model hotly defended herself. "Your unrealistic expectations & petty complaining all the time about my style or not being sexy enough isn't going to make me dress differently."

She added, "Not just talking about this specific comment. U all talk about empowering women. I support and empower women that show skin and that don't. It's about choice. I show skin when I want to and still feel sexy covered head to toe & will continue to do so. Over the snarky comments."

The runway beauty was soon flooded with supportive comments from her followers. One wrote, "I don't care about negative comments from anyone, cause I think Gigi is an inspirational women." Another commented, "It's your body, your choice. wear what you wanna wear and what you feel comfortable in gigi."

More similar comments read: "Whatever you wear, you will still look beautiful" and "G!!! You are beautiful regardless of what you wear. It's all the same to me and you're entitled to feel good in anything you choose. Love you babe. Ignore the negativity."

"Dressing in such a way does not make you more or less people. You look beautiful with anything and I love you without importing whether or not you show skin."

Another sympathetic fan penned, "I'm so sorry for the tons of comments you read everytime you log in here. sometimes we just need to feel comfy in what we wear and it's no one business. I hope you know there are people who still respect and support you, no matter what."

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