Reginae Carter’s Fashion Post Gets Partially Derailed by Trolls Insisting She Has Big Feet

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Fans of “T.I. and Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” actress Reginae Carter went toe-to-toe with critics after they attacked the star for having bigger feet.

Carter, who often bears the brunt of social media’s scolding, took to Instagram a few days ago and shared a photo of herself promoting a Fashion Nova wear. In the image, she donned a purple two-piece sweater and skirt outfit with matching lavender sneaker. She also opted for go for an extremely natural look.

“I’m out of captions just like this cute a$$ picture 💜,” the 20-year-old wrote in her photo caption.

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However, a few critics dismissed Carter’s cute attire and zoomed in on her feet.

“Big feet ass,” one social media troll commented.

Another wrote, “Damn 🤣🤣 her feet big as f–k!!

Fans of Carter jumped to her defense against critics judging her appearance.

“Some of ya’ll are miserable, one fan said. “You know you fly when someone points out your feet!! Lmmfao Dumbest s–t I ever read!”

Another added, “Lmao ya want the girl shoe to be a size 2?! If ya don’t like the damn picture and keep it moving! Fine Girl Ur fine 😍.”

The 20-year-old frequently deals with online trolls bashing her appearance. Last year, the star went viral for issuing a classy clapback to naysayer who suggested she get breasts implants.

“You lit!” the person wrote. “All you need to do is get you some breast implants!

Carter, the daughter of rapper Lil Wayne, made it perfectly clear that she was comfortable with her body and responded back, “I’m good society ruined you tho.”

The 20-year-old told BET during a 2017 interview that she often feels pressured being in the media’s spotlight. She also deals with scrutiny from fans because of her father’s musical success.

“I feel like people put pressure on me for no reason,” Carter stated. “They don’t look at me like this little girl growing up, they look at me as Lil Wayne’s daughter and Toya’s daughter growing up.”

She continued, “I still make mistakes. I still do things, like I’m growing up. I have to learn from my mistakes. I feel like people think that since you have fame and money, you’re different.”

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