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Just last week we heard from actress Ruby Rose on the importance of not commenting on other people's bodies—no matter their shape or size. She took to social media and openly discouraged people from harshly judging others after she was called anorexic on Instagram. Now, she's speaking up again after a dietitian told Star magazine that the actress' family and friends should encourage her to "get help" because she supposedly weighs 44kg (97 pounds).
"Do you actually have any 'celebrity clients' or just gossip magazines?" Rose tweeted in response. "You comment on people who you deem are too big or too small and even go so far as to guess why. You are reckless and no Hollywood expert should behave the way you do."
It's widely known that Rose has lost weight over the past few years, but she's been outspoken about that being the result of switching to a plant-based diet—which included going vegan and alcohol-free. And lately, she's been reassuring fans and critics alike that she's perfectly healthy and lives a well-balanced lifestyle that includes a rich diet and rigorous exercise. "I have the best team, family, friends, partner, and medical professionals (not the ones who want to be TV hosts but actual credible Eastern and Western doctors) and I'm running at optimum level," she said. "I am deficient in nothing and have endless energy."
Rose ended her series of tweets by saying: "If I see your name attached to one more article about my weight that takes any aim at people around me, I will absolutely knock you off your pedestal of self-serving bulls**t. I'd out-train you, out-box you, and sleep better at night. Leave people alone."
Just a friendly reminder: You can't tell anything about a person's health, happiness, or life simply based on their appearance. So when it comes to other people's bodies, let's just agree to keep your comments to yourself.