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A Sports Illustrated model has expertly responded to Jordan Peterson's 'fat-phobic' comment about her magazine cover.
Plus-sized Model Yumi Nu recently featured on the front cover of the mag, and the Canadian psychologist took to social media and issued a strange observation.
Take a look at her epic response below:
Alongside an image of the Swimsuit 2022 cover, the 59-year-old tweeted: "Sorry. Not beautiful.
"And no amount of authoritarian tolerance is going to change that."
The model issued a sassy response by tweeting: "Hoes mad."
Sorry. Not beautiful. And no amount of authoritarian tolerance is going to change that. https://t.co/rOASeeQvee— Dr Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) May 16, 2022
Not only that, she hit back at Peterson by uploading a TikTok of herself lip-syncing the lyrics’ to Nicki Minaj’s song 'Itty Bitty Piggy'.
"I don’t even know why you girls bother at this point,” she mouthed, as she faced the camera and shared a screenshot of Peterson’s tweet.
"Give up. It’s me. I win. You lose."
Many were on Yumi's side, with one commenting: "Why do men feel it's their duty to publicly pronounce their view on the attractiveness of women? Couldn't you just keep it to yourself?."
A second quipped: "Bold of a guy who looks like a PS2 render of Count Dooku to comment on someone else's looks."
While someone else wrote: "You wouldn't even know what to do with her."
Another addressed Peterson: "Honestly this took a lot of confidence to tweet considering your face, I appreciate that."
Peterson has since announced he would be departing from the platform, although it's not totally clear that it's because of the backlash.
And I plan to write an article on the technical reasons that Twitter is maddening us all very soon. Bye for now. https://t.co/naJnLabtqz— Dr Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) May 17, 2022
Via a thread, he wrote: "I recently stopped accessing Twitter for three weeks as an experiment. I had some of my staff post video links etc. It was a genuine relief. I started to read & write more. I started using it again, a few days ago, and I would say that my life got worse again almost instantly.
"The endless flood of vicious insult is really not something that can be experienced anywhere else. I like to follow the people I know but I think the incentive structure of the platform makes it intrinsically and dangerously insane.
"So I told my staff to change my password, to keep me from temptation, and am departing once again. If I have something to say I'll write an article or make a video. If the issue is not important enough to justify that then perhaps it would be best to just let it go.
"And I plan to write an article on the technical reasons that Twitter is maddening us all very soon. Bye for now."
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