I’m a cougar and people hate on me EVERY DAY for being so fit – but they're jealous they haven't got a body like me | The Sun

A WOMAN has hit back at trolls for "hating" on her because of how hot she is.

TikTok user fitnessfreak8069, from the US, who can be seen flaunting her toned figure in a slinky blue dress, shared a video alongside a caption which read: "The life of a cougar on TikTok."

In the short clip, she explained how she is "hated on every day for being a fit cougar."

As she posed with her hand on hip, she added: "I don't know what they hate the most, me being fit or me liking younger men."

In the background, Eminem's hit song "Cleanin' Out My Closet" can be heard playing, with meaningful lyrics which say: "Have you ever been hated or discriminated against? I have."

And it wasn't long before the comments section was flooded with messages – and the responses were very mixed.


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"Well when you're not that hot and think you're the s***, that's what happens. Strong women don't need constant attention," wrote one.

A second commented: "Everyone look at me dammit. She suffers from a severe case of everyone look at syndrome!"

However, others urged the cougar to ignore the negative comments.

One said: "You’re gorgeous – people will always be jealous of a fit lady you’re body is amazing you’re a Goddess."

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A second penned: "I hate I wouldn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell to be picked by you."

Elsewhere, a further praised: "You’re both sexy and beautiful! Of course that’s going to p*** off a lot of women."

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