Plus-size TikTok star, who weighs 320lbs, says people assume she's thin when they see just her face – Daily Mail

By Jo Tweedy For Mailonline


A plus-size influencer says people assume she’s slimmer than she is because she has a naturally thin face. 
The flame-haired TikTok star, who posts under the handle Olivia’s World and hails from Toronto in Canada, has amassed a 575,000-strong following on the social media platform with her videos about her life. 
A recent clip posted to TikTok shows the camera panning in on Olivia’s face, with the caption: ‘When people think you’re a thin girl because of your slim face’ before it pans out to reveal a dancing Olivia) and the caption ‘but you’re really a fat girl’, with a dollar-sign emoji. 
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Influencer Olivia, from Toronto, posted a clip to her TikTok channel, which has 575,000 followers, saying people assume she’s slim when they just see her face
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Wearing pink shorts and a cropped top, with the words ‘Zero f**** given’, the plus-size influencer, who has partnerships with fashion lines, has seen a thousand people like the clip, with many calling her ‘beautiful’. 
On her Patreon site, which charges $15.00 a month for access to her exclusive photos and videos, the 27-year-old describes herself as ‘a curvy redheaded queen who loves to embrace her sexy side’, saying she’s ‘too thick for my own damn good.’
A dancing Olivia ends the clip, along with the caption ‘but you’re really a fat girl’, with a dollar-sign emoji
The plus-size star, who weighs 320lbs (22st) shared the footage showing just her face, before zooming out to show her body
The influencer regularly shares clips from her life as a plus-sized woman, reviewing make-up and fashion
The influencer posts frequently across her social media platforms with insights into her life, with more than 1.3million followers

Olivia, who once worked as a beauty consultant, has said in previous videos that her physique is what keeps her followers, and losing weight could harm her career as an influencer. 
She says her ‘size is my brand’ and that going to the gym could affect her livelihood – and ignores comments about the potential harmful affects on her health of being obese. 
In an interview with  Fabulous magazine earlier this year, she said: ‘I refuse to work out daily like the bullies tell me I should.’  
Livelihood: The influencer says that losing weight could harm her career because her fans appreciate her plus-sized body
‘If I did I’d end up like some people who lose weight and are unhappy with their bodies and lives when I’d much rather be fat and fabulous.
‘I’d lose my social media followers and income and I’d be miserable. By taking on my trolls and flaunting my size I was showing them they could do their worst.
‘I refuse to comply with their view of how my body should look and I am literally shaking my big beautiful woman’s body in their faces.’
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