A TIKTOKER has claimed that people constantly complain about seeing their nipples, but they maintain their team-no-bra position.
The influencer took to the social media platform to address the haters, who say they can “always” see through their tops.
User Jasmine Harper (@jasmineharper92) shared her thoughts on breaking the nips and never wearing a bra in a recent video.
“Free them nips bish,” the TikToker wrote in the post’s caption.
At the beginning of the clip, Jasmine looked at the camera with a disapproving look as an on-screen caption quoted what no-bra haters were saying to the woman.
“You never wear a bra, we can always see your nipples,” she wrote.
Music played in the background as Jasmine rolled her eyes at the comment.
She then mouthed the lyrics, “Now it’s okay because I’m a w*re,” arguing that the negative comments from critics imply those of women choosing to go braless.
Supporters of the anti-bra movement flooded the clip’s comments section.
“I don’t understand the problem everyone is having????” one person asked.
“Don’t worry about flaunting it,” noted another.
A third added: “I don’t see why that matters, let her do what she wants.”
Others claimed comments like the one Jasmine allegedly received was another attack on women.
“Again a way to subjugate women,” they wrote.
“H*ll I’ve barely warned a bra since lockdown. #freethenipple.”
Not to mention, Jasmine isn’t the only one getting rude comments about her decision to “free the nip.”
LET THEM BE
As The US Sun previously reported, fitness influencers like Hayley Madigan (@hayleymadiganfitness) can’t take the backlash she’s getting for not wearing a bra to the gym.
In a recent video, the exercise guru recreated an annoying dialogue between her and a supposed critic.
Madigan mouthed to a superimposed viral audio.
“I can see your nipples sticking out through your shirt,” she said, mimicking her trolls. “You should put on a bra.”
Ultimately, the influencer argued that the mindset of what was considered “appropriate” in the past needs to grow.
“We wouldn’t need to talk about it if your mindset grows past 1950,” she argued.
Two friends and small business owners recently called out haters for telling them to wear bras.
In a TikTok clip, Johanna (@velvetnoireboutique) and her friend flaunted their bodies in matching black jumpsuits.
“When you say we should wear bras and cover our bellies,” the influencer captioned the video.
“We’re still hot, and so are you, mom!”
For more related content, check out The US Sun’s coverage of another fitness influencer, who says she likes to “unleash the tatas” and not care what people say.
The US Sun also has a story about a woman who claims that bras ruin all of her tops.