Curvy woman who defies trolls with bikini pics jokes she ‘needs a sugar daddy’11/10/2021
Nicole McCurry from Glasgow, Scotland, is known for her body positive bikini pictures.
And despite the sizzling snaps landing her promotion deals with brands such as retailer Shein, it seems like the stunner is on the hunt for a man to fund her lifestyle.
The beauty, who recently revealed she gets viciously trolled every time she posts a sexy snap online, again defied the haters with her latest swimwear picture.
The image saw her showing off her curves in a patterned bikini as she soaked in a hot tub.
Nicole teamed her flesh-flashing display with bold makeup, which included pink eyeshadow and a burgundy lip.
Meanwhile, her golden locks were left natural and lightly tousled.
Captioning the post, she wrote: "I need a sugaaaaaar daddy," while sharing a code with fans to get money off from Shein.
Many were loving the snap, as one told her: "You are beautiful," as another chimed in: "Gorgeous".
But, sadly again Nicole's snap was met with some hate, as one person cruelly wrote: "Bruh, u don’t need no more sugar."
Despite comments like these, Nicole recently said she doesn't let the haters get her down.
This is because the beauty, who is 15-stone and wears a Size 22, thinks she looks great.
Spiteful comments she's received in the past, which largely come from men, include: "You’ve got more rolls than Greggs."
And: "You’re so fat you’ll be dead before you are 30."
Another troll blasted: "You need to go to the gym – you’re disgusting."
Opening up about the hate, Nicole admitted that "people can be so mean", but that she doesn't let it get her down.
She told Fabulous: "I love posing in swimwear and sexy outfits, flashing my body, which I am proud of and think is sexy.
“The trolls are the ones with the problem, I’m not going to stop wearing tight clothes because I know it offends them.
"I am not unhealthy. I am happy and confident and that is the most important thing."
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