Princess Love’s Fitness Post Derails After Fans Accuse Her of ‘Not Breaking a Sweat’: ‘Girl Bye!’

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Everyone appears to be in the process of working on their summer bodies including “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Princess Love.

The reality star gave birth to her and Ray J. Norwood‘s adorable daughter Melody Love 11 months ago and now she’s back in the gym, seemingly working on toning her body.

The mother of one took to Instagram on Thursday with a post of her apparent fitness regimen at the gym. Her routines consisted of leg presses, abdominal crunching, squatting, lifting weights and more. She told fans she’d just started back working out while advertising a waist-training product.

Princess Love
Princess Love. @princesslove/Instagram screenshot

“I have really fallen in love with working out,” Love wrote. “It’s definitely my ME TIME. I challenge you guys to start working on your best version of yourself. Waistband: @whatwaistofficial 🥰 whatwaistwarrior#happymom.”

But Love’s post went down hill after fans claimed she was doing the bare minimum in the gym, claiming she barely lifted more than “3 pounds” while performing upper arm exercises.

“Girl if u dont set the weight past 3 pounds 🤣 this is definitely an advertisement.”

“That last work out the weight is too light 😂 girl bye. Post when you know what you’re doing and lifting real weight 🤦🏾‍♀️.”

“But she’s not breaking a sweat 💦 now 😂 this looks like the most non work out work out I’ve ever seen lol.”

“There are not any weights on there so how is it a work out? 🤔 what are you lifting air?”

Other fans scolded critics.

“Now everybody wanna be a fitness trainer she’s working out just fine! You look great @princesslove.”

“Ya’ll always got something to say when ya’ll don’t even workout your own damn selves 🙄.”

Love actually changed to a healthier lifestyle in 2016 by going vegan and lost over 40 pounds in seven months after changing her diet and exercise, she said. The celeb apparently went from 163 pounds to 123 pounds.

“I’m Vegan and alcohol free,” she wrote on Instagram in a now deleted post. “I went from 163lbs to 123lbs in 7 months the healthy way, by changing my diet and working out. When I was thicker I was eating junk food and drinking every single day. I’m happy with my body and that’s all that matters.”

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