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By Valerie Siebert For Dailymail. A young overweight woman who was secretly photographed in the gym and then mocked on Snapchat by cruel bullies has hit back online with a brave statement declaring: 'I love myself. Kynadi Hadley, 20, from Alabama, had recently taken to the gym this with a new enthusiasm, going every day after work for her first week.
Three girls at the gym — girls Kynadi knew from high school — were using their cell phones to take photos of Kynadi as she worked out.
And when she passed away, Kynadi turned to food for comfort, gaining even more weight. I love myself. The kind granddaughter dedicated all of her time to caring for her ill grandma.
But a broken hip forced her to abandon all exercise. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter.
I love who I am, and that took me my entire life to be able to honestly say those words. But her response is so inspirational!
I hope anyone else, who feels ugly or is over weight and has decided to make a life change will keep going. And is his eyes, we are priceless!
After all, that comes from God, NOT from any human! Read Article ».
It was going well until 3 girls used Snapchat to fat-shame the young woman. And once her hip healed, her beloved grandma got sick. And Kynadi decided to use the criticism as motivation to keep going rather than letting it deter her.
The Alabama girl has spent years learning to love herself. She was feeling pretty proud as well she should have! Hurt and embarrassed, Kynadi considered quitting.
There will always be those out there looking to tear others down. So, while the bullying stung, Kynadi refused to let it impact her self-worth. So, she headed to the gym and spent 45 minutes working out between the stair climber and treadmill.
They were then ing the photos to social networking app, Snapchat, with cruel captions such as "fat whale. She persevered, turning to social networking site, Reddit, to vent her frustration over the fat-shaming.
Today I found out they have been snap chatting pictures of me and making fun of me, but I don't mind.