Amy Sheppard strikes back at body-shattering trolls who say cellulite ‘is not normal’

Singer Amy Sheppard strikes back at body-shattering trolls who say her cellulite ‘is not normal’










She has long been an advocate for body positivity after receiving inappropriate comments about her figure over the years.

And singer Amy Sheppard struck back at trolls on Thursday after being told her cellulite ‘is not normal’ and ‘should not be normalized’.

Amy, 31, shared several examples of offensive comments she had received on TikTok along with the sound: ‘Should I cry? Am I crying? No Okay.’

Softened up: Aussie singer Amy Sheppard again beat trolls back on Thursday after being told her cellulite 'is not normal' and 'should not be normalized'

Softened up: Aussie singer Amy Sheppard again beat trolls back on Thursday after being told her cellulite ‘is not normal’ and ‘should not be normalized’

Amy, who performs in the pop-rock group Sheppard, shared an important message about self-esteem in the caption.

“There will always be people trying to pull you down, but when you put in the work and really understand your worth and your value in this world, nothing can possibly break you,” she wrote.

Amy has long been a target for body-shamers on social media.

The funny side: Amy, 31, shared several examples of offensive comments she had received on TikTok along with the sound: 'Should I cry?  Am I crying?  No Okay'

The funny side: Amy, 31, shared several examples of offensive comments she had received on TikTok along with the sound: ‘Should I cry? Am I crying? No Okay’

Message: Amy shared an important message about self-worth in the caption, writing: 'There will always be people who try to pull you down, but when you put in the work and really understand your worth and your value in this world, nothing can possibly crack you '

Message: Amy shared an important message about self-worth in the caption, writing: ‘There will always be people who try to pull you down, but when you put in the work and really understand your worth and your value in this world, nothing can possibly crack you ‘

The songwriter revealed last year that she had felt a significant body image while ‘trying to keep up with looks’ throughout her career.

Amy has since founded the body positivity movement Kiss My Fat A **, which encourages women to embrace their body.

Earlier this year, the musician married his longtime girlfriend Lachlan Stuart at a romantic beachside ceremony in Queensland.

The couple exchanged vows at Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays.

Wedding Bells: Amy (left) married her longtime boyfriend Lachlan Stuart (right) at a romantic beachfront ceremony in Queensland earlier this year

Wedding Bells: Amy (left) married her longtime boyfriend Lachlan Stuart (right) at a romantic beachfront ceremony in Queensland earlier this year

Amy announced that she was engaged to Lachlan in September 2020. The couple had been dating for six years after meeting at a nightclub in Brisbane in 2014.

Lachlan is a performance coach for men who founded The Man That Can Project, which helps men deal with emotional and physical suffering.

Amy is the singer for the Brisbane indie pop band Sheppard, where she performs with her brother George and sister Emma.

Love story: Amy announced that she was engaged to Lachlan in September 2020. The couple had been lovers for six years after meeting at a nightclub in Brisbane in 2014

Love story: Amy announced that she was engaged to Lachlan in September 2020. The couple had been lovers for six years after meeting at a nightclub in Brisbane in 2014

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