Mother-of-two, 30, with 26 inch waist slams TikTok users after being labelled ‘plus size’ – as she insists it is an ‘insult’ to curvier ‘queens’

  • Rion, 30, from Boston, has 120.9K followers on the social media platform 
  • The mother-of-two went viral after sharing clip of her body earlier this week 
  • She said she had been labelled ‘plus-size’ despite having a 26 inch waist 
  • TikTok user, who is 4’11’, added: ‘Don’t offend my plus size queens, please’


A TikTok user has slammed commenters who said she was ‘plus size’ as she shared a video showing off her 26 inch waist.   

Rion, 30, from Boston, posted a video on the social media platform showing off her figure after eating Thanksgiving dinner last month, writing: ‘Who else is so full it hurts to move?’

However after a commentator suggested she was a ‘plus size Queen’, the mother-of-two was quick to hit back at the statement, responding with a second video.

In the clip, Rion can be seen in a sports bra and gym shorts, saying: ‘I’m 4’11’, 124 pounds, 26-inch waist, 32 in the bust, 41 around the a**.

‘Don’t offend my plus size queens, please.’

Rion, 30, from Boston, has slammed commenters who said she was ‘plus size’ as she shared a video showing off her 26 inch waist

In her initial video, which was shared on Thanksgiving, Rion can be seen posing in a green t-shirt and grey jogging bottoms as she complained of how full she felt.

However her comment section was quickly flooded with statements on her body from other users. 

One commented: ‘We love a plus sized Queen.’

Another wrote: ‘Yaaas we love a plus queen! Be confident sis!’ 

After sharing this video on Thanksgiving, Rion's comment section was flooded with users calling her 'plus size'

After sharing this video on Thanksgiving, Rion’s comment section was flooded with users calling her ‘plus size’ 

In responses to the comments, Rion went on to post a second video online, writing: ‘Sir, don’t make me chose violence today! 

‘There is a BODY for everybody stop putting plus size women in a different category!

‘So much to say about.’ 

In the clip, Rion, whose username on the platform is @RioRioo, can be seen revealing her figure to the camera at different angles to showcase her tiny waist. 

She opted for a sheer sports bra for the video, and a skintight pair of leopard print gym shorts.  

Many social media users called her 'plus size queen' while others questioned if the comments were meant to be a 'joke'

Many social media users called her ‘plus size queen’ while others questioned if the comments were meant to be a ‘joke’ 

After posting the video online earlier this week, it has quickly gone viral, amassing 842K likes and over 7 million views.  

Many social media users were quick to agree with Rion, suggesting the commenter was offensive and ‘disrespectful’ for calling her plus size.

One wrote: ‘The comments are so disrespectful to plus sized people. It’s not a joke to shame other people. Putting down other people doesn’t make it funny’. 

A second said: ‘She’s not plus sized. Even if she was, what’s the point of saying it?’

After posting a video in response to the comments online earlier this week, it has quickly gone viral, amassing 842K likes and over 7 million views

After posting a video in response to the comments online earlier this week, it has quickly gone viral, amassing 842K likes and over 7 million views

After posting a video in response to the comments online earlier this week, it has quickly gone viral, amassing 842K likes and over 7 million views

A third added: ‘Y’all are so insecure. You don’t like how you look, fine, not her problem and not her fault.’

However others questioned whether she had interpreted the phrase as an insult, with one writing: ‘It’s not an insult unless you see it as an insult yourself’

‘She said ‘don’t offend my plus sized queens’. I’m confused. You sounded pretty defensive about being plus sized?’ 

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