A high schooler named Madison shared her prom photos of she and her "lomi" on Twitter. That means "love of my life," by the way. They both look absolutely adorable, she in a pink sequined dress I'm dying to own, he in a tux with a bow tie to match his date's look. These are teens with serious style:
According to Yahoo News, Madison and her boo were just sharing, minding their business, when some very rude stranger commented, "Wow he loves you even tho you’re fat." That's when Madison's post really blew up, as folks rushed to her defense, and to tell that hater to step off.
And her boyfriend is thrilled by the coverage their story is getting, because he really does love her, dammit:
You can't encourage some one to a healthy lifestyle by calling them fat. Stop saying that's encouraging because it's not💯— Tre Booker (@BookerTb0303) May 2, 2017
Every one is beautiful. God made us in his image he makes no mistakes ‼️— Tre Booker (@BookerTb0303) May 2, 2017
Madison is spreading love instead of hate in response to the outcry. In a note posted to Twitter, she wrote, “Only a few negative tweets compared to the hundreds of loving ones. I’m glad I could be an outlet for ‘bigger girls’ by not wearing a stereotypical size for my dress. So happy to know I’m inspiring many of you beautiful women to be more confident in yourselves. No matter what you do, someone will always hate on you. Use negativity as positive energy. Spread love not hate.”
When you look this good and you're in love, you don't have time for negativity. Guess that says a lot about Internet trolls.