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Halsey Slams Twitter Troll Who Tried To Shame Her Body Hair

 

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Halsey rose to fame on her apologetic pop anthem “Sorry” — but she’s sure as hell not sorry about her armpit hair. She proved it this Friday, when she delivered the perfect response to an internet troll who criticized her appearence.

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The drama started Friday afternoon, when the singer posted two photos of herself in a sleeveless shirt and captioned them, “Sounds Like Friday Night <3.” In the corner of the left image, you can see a miniscule bit of armpit hair.

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For some reason, this really upset Twitter user @Gtarri22. He added an “LOL” sticker over her armpit and replied, “what the hell is this ?!!!” He wasn't alone: more than a few internet men piled on, confused that a woman would dare to post a picture without shaving first.

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Halsey was kind enough to educate them all: “It’s an armpit you put a sticker over,” she responded. “Not sure what else there is to explain?”

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Thanks, Halsey, for reminding @Gtarri22 — and every other troll out there — that body hair is nothing to be ashamed of. You might be "Bad At Love," but you’re really fucking great at Twitter.

Photo Credit: Twitter/ @halsey

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Victoria Albert is a Boston-born graduate journalism student. She covers reproductive justice, health policy, and feminism, and has written for In These Times and Alternet. She tweets at @victoria_alb3.

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