Finding your face on a viral meme can be a uncomfortable for a regular Joe, but for a famous comedian it’s just another day at work.
Comedian and writer Supriya Joshi, who works for AIB, is well aware of this occupational hazard. But she knows how to distinguish a joke from a what is a blatant case of body shaming.
Supriya did not hold back and came out against the meme
Through a tweet storm, she tried to drill some sense into those who take pride in their fat jokes
As a woman, she has faced an ugly amount of hate and trolling
Lastly, Supriya reached out to those who, like her, have been a victim of body shaming and have a hard time loving themselves.
We couldn’t agree more, Supriya!
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