Rob Gronkowski’s Model Girlfriend Fires Back At Trolls Commenting On Her ‘Giant Hip Bones’


Where as the rich and famous feel like their fancy homes are the freedom, they usually wont produce a reaction until they see model Camille Kostek.

The 27-year-old, who is currently dating NFL Tight End for the New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski, posted a recent picture of Instragram, which was met with a barrage of comments.

Some of the commentators called her “gross”, wheras one said she needed to “cover up”, while another even said, “you have the largest hip bones I have ever seen.”

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“That’s not a flattering suit on your body,” wrote @nonnacorrigan.

“[Your] body isn’t model type,” said @macard73. “My opinion. Gronk is giving you his fame.”

And even those who cared about her writing, there were those who just cared about her writing.

“Ok. but when you post / show/ flaunt/ present/offer up a picture of your nearly naked body to essentially ‘the world’ you are inviting praise, criticism and indifference,” said @tmsiguy. “You’re basically saying ‘so what do y’all think huh?’ If you’re seeking compliments, you’ve got’em. Ignore what you will. But think about what you are doing before you get all offended and such.”

But Kostek didn’t ignore the haters; instead she called them out on her Instagram story.

“I can’t begin to explain how many rude comments I got after I posted this photo about my body. But for the women who I was able to help love who they are more from it, I post without hesitation for myself and for YOU,” she posted. “I’ve been sitting on this for a few days, deciding if I was going to share this, and I decided that I’m going to share a little bit of the things that I had seen.”

She then went on to share a video of herself crying and sobbing, “I was having a weak moment and allowed some of these comments get to me that night.”

But she acknowledged that it was best not to let the haters get to her.

“I’m also able to look at that and see myself in so much pain and realize that that was just a small moment in time — and by people I don’t give a f**k about,” she said. “It helps me grow. It helps me have thicker skin, helps remind me what’s important in life, who’s important in life. I’m just coming on here and sharing my just from one time because we are our own biggest critics.”

Since sharing her experience, her Instagram has been flooded with positive comments, which is wonderful, but the hatred that is suddenly getting attention, should never have happened in the first place.


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