Karina Irby, Body Positive Influencer, Shares Hateful Messages about Her Taylor Swift Costumes: Criticized for Lacking Class and Respect

Karina Irby, Body Positive Influencer, Shares Hateful Messages about Her Taylor Swift Costumes: Criticized for Lacking Class and Respect

Body positive influencer Karina Irby has been slammed for the revealing outfit she wore to Taylor Swift’s Sydney concert.

But the controversial plus-sized model, 33, has responded defiantly on Instagram, posting the comment at the top of a video of her enjoying Monday’s show while dressed in a black bodysuit with revealing g-string feature and chunky black heeled boots.

The commenter harshly critiqued Karina’s look, saying ‘you have no class and no respect and it’s sickening. Wear this s**t on your OnlyFans, not to a concert filled with kids.’  

However, the influencer’s video accompanying the screenshot of the nasty comment showed her gallivanting around the Accor Stadium enjoying herself, while the caption to the post read ‘Never let ANYONE dim your sparkle.’

‘Posting this to show you that you don’t have to let the opinions of others ruin your day,’ she added.

Body positive influencer Karina Irby (pictured centre) has been slammed for the revealing outfit she wore to Taylor Swift 's Sydney concert

Body positive influencer Karina Irby (pictured centre) has been slammed for the revealing outfit she wore to Taylor Swift ‘s Sydney concert

But the controversial model, 33, has responded with defiance on Instagram, posting the comment at the top of a video of her enjoying Monday's show while dressed in a black bodysuit with revealing g-string feature and chunky black heeled boots

But the controversial model, 33, has responded with defiance on Instagram, posting the comment at the top of a video of her enjoying Monday’s show while dressed in a black bodysuit with revealing g-string feature and chunky black heeled boots

Karina then expressed her surprise that her Swift fandom would ’cause such a stir.’

‘I low key thought you’d all be happy for me having such a lovely experience and sharing it. Ahhh the internet,’ she wrote.

The plus-sized beauty concluded her remarks by defiantly tagging the person who left the comment to directly address them.

The commenter critiqued Karina's look: 'you have no class and no respect and it's sickening. 'Wear this s**t on your OnlyFans, not to a concert filled with kids'

The commenter critiqued Karina’s look: ‘you have no class and no respect and it’s sickening. ‘Wear this s**t on your OnlyFans, not to a concert filled with kids’

‘Taylor and I are the same age. This is more of a concert for adults than children,’ she declared. 

Karina is best known for her body positivity posts and the empire she has built around selling cheeky bikinis. 

In 2011, Karina founded her swimwear label Moana Bikini, which has gone on to become a household name for women across Australia.

The plus-sized beauty concluded her remarks by defiantly tagging the person who left the comment to directly address them. 'Taylor and I are the same age. This is more of a concert for adults than children,' she declared

The plus-sized beauty concluded her remarks by defiantly tagging the person who left the comment to directly address them. ‘Taylor and I are the same age. This is more of a concert for adults than children,’ she declared

Last year, Irby was left humiliated when she was judged over a skin condition while receiving a pedicure.

The bikini designer has been open about the battle she’s fought with eczema her entire life, leaving her skin marred by scars and ‘patches of white skin’.

In an emotional Instagram video, she said she was now ‘feeling great’ about her body and wanted a pedicure – something she has previously avoided because of her skin.

Unfortunately, rather than boosting her confidence, Karina’s bravery was met with judgement from her pedicurist.

‘I’ve got lumps, bumps, scars, like I get it, I look different. But this lady looked at me like I was pure disease,’ the blonde beauty said in an emotional video.

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