model exercises in front of In-N-Out, gets slammed for ‘fat shaming’

Victoria’s Secret model exercises in front of In-N-Out, gets slammed for ‘fat shaming’

Model Kelly Gale jumped rope right in front of the entrance to an In-N-Out Burger. (Photo: Instagram/kellybellyboom)
Model Kelly Gale jumped rope right in front of the entrance to an In-N-Out Burger. (Photo: Instagram/kellybellyboom)

Victoria’s Secret model Kelly Gale is facing backlash after posting videos to her Instagram story of her workout routine outside of an In-N-Out Burger. Followers are calling it “fat shaming.”

The videos, which were posted on Wednesday and have since been deleted, followed the supermodel into one of the locations of the famous West Coast burger chain, where she was surrounded by people eating the establishment’s food. She, however, pulled out a piece of fruit to enjoy instead.

“We’re at In-N-Out? … So I guess I’m having my pear!” Gale is heard saying in one of the videos, before later snapping a photo of the fast food joint and writing, “Not gonna pretend that I eat here guys cause I don’t.”

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What she decided to do at In-N-Out instead was exercise right in front of the main entrance where people were trying to go inside the restaurant. While Gale was doing leg lifts and jumping rope, paying customers had to step around her.

The model set up her equipment outside of the restaurant and told followers, “no excuses.” (Photo: Instagram/kellybellyboom)
The model set up her equipment outside of the restaurant and told followers, “no excuses.” (Photo: Instagram/kellybellyboom)

The snack she enjoyed right after was “every vegetable” from a nearby grocery store, while still on In-N-Out’s property.

People who watched the videos have since taken to social media to call Gale out on her “unkind” behavior and even called it body shaming.

 

After the Instagram story was no longer available on her account, somebody commented on Gale’s recent post, calling her a “dim-witted narcissist” after she neglected to address the backlash she’s received.

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