Video of Man Schooling Judgemental People Has Peeps Standing and Clapping, Nothing Uglier Than a Nasty Heart

Video of Man Schooling Judgemental People Has Peeps Standing and Clapping, Nothing Uglier Than a Nasty Heart

  • A brave man recorded a clip in which he highlighted that those shaming and throwing shade are the real nasty ones
  • Twitter user @ToneOnlyPhoto shared the clip of the guy who had been bullied and has now drawn a line
  • Social media peeps love that he did this courageous clip, spitting truth that needed to be said way too many times

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There is so much hate on social media and one guy was just over it. So, he recorded a clip where he called out all the people spreading hate, labelling, shaming and all the other nasty nonsense that goes with it.

Man telling bullies to back off and people clapping
A victim of bullying came forward to let the shamers know that they are actually the ugly ones. Image: Getty Images
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Twitter user @ToneOnlyPhoto shared a clip of a TikTok user who recorded the clip. In the video, the young man makes it known that he has been a victim of hate and shaming many times, and it is not okay.

One of the most powerful things that he says in the lengthy clip is this:

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“There is no weight on a scale, height on a ruler, amount of hair on your head, armpits, legs or otherwise structure of your face that is ever going to make you uglier than the shamers.”

Social media people stand by the man and his sermon

What a clip, wow! The man spoke some hard truth that maybe some did not want to hear. Many took to the comment section to show their support.

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Take a look at some of the thoughts:

@chrmeshwty said:

“Someone had to say it bro cause the whole gender war sh*t is annoying.”

@Nighttide1032 said:

“I remember adults in 2008 said the drama we stirred up as teens would go away in our adult years, we wouldn’t be interested anymore. We not only found that to be incorrect but now? There is no delineation between high school and adulthood. We dragged the sh*t forward eternal.”

@Im_daijoubo said:

@Irose_art said:

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