Jersey Shore Star Snooki Opens Up About Her Weight Gain While As Trolls Call Her Fat And Disgusting

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi has told her fans on social media to “stop commenting on other people’s bodies” because “everyone’s weight goes up and down.”

While talking back to people who make fun of their bodies, the star of Jersey Shore was also honest about her issues with weight in the past.

“I know it’s an issue for a lot of people. Men, women—it’s an issue. And it’s called weight,” Snooki said in a July 19 TikTok. “I have struggled with my weight my entire life. High school—not great. Wasn’t eating. Underweight. Had no energy. It was getting scary. So, high school was not a good place for me with weight.”

Snooki said that she wanted to be a size zero at the time and that even though she got there, she still felt “so sad.” The reality TV star said she kept going through the same things until she joined Jersey Shore.

“I was like, you know what? I’m going to enjoy my life,” she recalled. “Enjoy it with like not worrying about what I’m eating, and I can only eat at this time and only eat this many calories. No girl, I enjoyed myself. I said, you know what, 21 years old. I’m going on a reality TV show, how freaking cool. I’m just gonna enjoy myself.”


As she got bigger on Jersey Shore, Snooki said she was “always confident in my skin, no matter what size I was.”

“I could be a size zero, size five, size eight, and I was like okay, because no matter what size I was, I’m confident,” she added. “I know that I’m beautiful, I’m amazing, no matter what size I am.”

After that, she criticized the people who “call people ‘pigs,’ ‘fat,’ and ‘disgusting.'”

“If you think those things, which I’m sure a lot of people have opinions—everyone has an opinion about everybody—you want to judge people’s looks, people’s bodies?” she said. “Do it in the own comfort of your a–hole mind, or just like call somebody. Call your a–hole friend to gossip about somebody’s weight. But don’t comment it on the internet.”

Snooki said such comments could put people in a “hole again after they finally got out of it.” This is especially true for people with eating problems or “trouble” with their body image.

“So, this video is for everyone out there. Stop commenting on people’s weight. It doesn’t matter,” she said. “It doesn’t matter if you gain 10 pounds, five pounds, or if you lost 20 pounds. Who the f–k cares? As long as you’re a good person and you feel good in your own body. Who cares! So, stop commenting on people’s bodies. It’s not nice.”



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