Love Island's Amber Gill left fuming after TikTok BANS video of her dancing in tiny hotpantsMay 19, 2021
LOVE Island's Amber Gill was left fuming after TikTok BANNED a video of her dancing in tiny hotpants.
The 23-year-old star was left baffled after her recent video was removed for "violating community guidelines".
Amber shared a clip of her shaking her peachy posterior wearing a pair of tiny black shorts with a matching crop top.
The TV beauty was shocked to discover that her cheeky video had breached TikTok rules.
A frustrated Amber wrote: "I'm sick to death of TikTok banning my videos.
"Saying I'm violating community guidelines. This is my TikTok."
She took to her Instagram story to prove a point, by sharing a clip of her video, followed by another TikTok user who had exposed significantly more of their bottom.
She then posted: "But this type of s**t is cool. Just wait for it.
"I get it if you have a problem with 🍑🍑 but like you can't not accept mine and accept this."
The reality star bounced back from the incident, sharing a clip of her singing along to her favourite song this morning.
She wrote: "Na TikTok cannot tell me not to post 🍑 when I'm just in shorts but this is one of most popular songs.
"Ima still vibe to song. BUT STILL. F**k the patriarchy."
Amber, who shot to fame when she won Love Island 2019, recently told fans that she had gone from went from a size eight to a size 12 in seven months.
She said: “I’m naturally curvy, with a big bum and boobs, and while the number on the scales has never overly bothered me, I began to feel a bit uncomfortable carrying extra weight.
“I wanted to be the best version of my-self both physically and mentally. That was the biggest motivator and why I decided to get in shape.”
Single Amber had just moved from Newcastle into a London flat on her own when the first lockdown hit last March.
Before then, her fast-paced life after Love Island had kept her a trim size 8
She has overhauled her health and fitness regime this year – losing a stone in just six weeks thanks to her new meal and workout plan.
She said: “Being constantly on the go compensated for the fact that I wasn’t getting to the gym. Then lockdown came, and I was spending all my time alone.
“The only enjoyment came from planning what I was going to eat. If I wasn’t in the gym I couldn’t motivate myself and eating healthily went out of the window.
“I stopped getting enjoyment out of taking selfies or sharing photos on Instagram. I ordered takeaways because I didn’t like cooking, and was snacking because there was nothing else to do.”
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