'I'm So Hot It's Dangerous – Jealous Trolls Constantly Try To Take Me Down"


Body positivity is something we all aim to achieve these days. Sometimes, this journey can be painful and hard.

Often, there are times when even feeling comfortable in your skin feels like a crime.

Veronika Rajek, a famous Slovakian model based in Vienna, decided to share her experience related to this topic.

She now is more than sure that people get intimidated by her natural good looks. Veronica shared that it's dangerous to have a figure like hers.

Internet trolls are not doing her any favor with their hate speech and their ugly comments whenever she posts something about body positivity on her social media. These keyboard warriors, as she named them, are constantly trying to take her down.

Regarding these events, the 26-year-old Veronika claimed:
"My body is considered a danger on social media and I am constantly being canceled by trolls for doing absolutely nothing but sharing photos of my body."

She explained the whole situation:

"These days, you see a lot of overweight or even obese women online, talking about body positivity but when a beautiful, tall woman wants to be positive in her own skin, people want to attack me and call me privileged."

The famous model added that they were just jealous of her naturally fit body.

More questions about the way she treats her social media platforms came to the surface, and she shared all of them with her followers:

"Some people are even reporting my Instagram account because they are offended by my slim look, and I'm losing out on money and work because of it. I don't share anything X-rated or controversial, I just want to show off myself and my body. I don't understand why my version of body positivity is wrong. I'm a model; aren't models supposed to be sexy?"

A couple of years ago, Veronika was a finalist in Miss Slovakia 2016. And now, she decided to step up and tell her experience with Internet trolls.

Veronika recently went to a medical examination and paid £75, only to prove to trolls that her 36D cup size is real and natural.

The model argued:

"If you're too beautiful, your body is seen as a threat to society. In reality, I came from a poorer country and had to work hard to be where I am today. I think that people want to punish me for my success, but everything about me is natural."

She said that sometimes life knows to be hard for beautiful people like her. And the battles one needs to take often come with a high price.