The Internet is in a heated debate over this woman's butt, a convenient distraction from the terrors of reality.

The Internet is in a heated debate over this woman's butt, a convenient distraction from the terrors of reality.
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The latest fitness trend on Instagram (and on the beach) are fitness star Kayla Itsnine's Bikini Body Guides, known to fans just as "BBG." When the guru regrammed a pic showing the progress of Liza Parker, a 29-year-old BBG devotee in Ontario, Canada, people on the Internet launched a debate over whether or not she's for real.

With Kayla herself calling out Liza's "#bootygainz", people were jealous, and therefore dubious. Liza's fans are coming out with science facts to her defense.

This "Saradela" character just wouldn't quit.

Tired of people undermining the integrity of her butt, Liza made a video of her and her butt moving to show that the curves were not photoshopped, calling it "a message to the haters just to show that this is me."

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I have seen these comments on other progress pictures Kayla has shared and I just don't understand it. As someone who is very open on social media I understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion and I've dealt with negative comments in the past. However I'm never okay with body shaming or trying to discredit the hard work someone has put in.

"So here's me making a fool of myself in my kitchen!" she introduces. And yeah, it seems really foolish, but it does look like that butt is really attached to her body.

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So here's me making a fool of myself in my kitchen! ๐Ÿ˜‚ But I wanted to have some real talk with all of you and thought it would lighten the mood โœŒ I woke up yesterday to @kayla_itsines featuring my BBG progress pic. I couldn't believe it! I was pretty jacked! Then the Internet trolling started๐Ÿ”ธ It shouldn't have bothered me, but it did. I was accused of "getting surgery" to achieve my figure and that I had "photo shopped" my picture. Both completely FALSE. There was a lot more said. Some of which were absolutely hurtful & terrible๐Ÿ”ธ I have seen these comments on other progress pictures Kayla has shared and I just don't understand it. As someone who is very open on social media I understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion and I've dealt with negative comments in the past. However I'm never okay with body shaming or trying to discredit the hard work someone has put in๐Ÿ”ธOn social media we usually share the best of the best. We find the best light, the best angle, and quite often the best filter and it may not accurately portray what that person looks like every day. I was feeling pretty good the day I took my booty progress pic ๐Ÿ‘ I put on my fav shorts, found some good light and posed in a way that I felt accentuated the gains I had made. I didn't think I would ever be attacked for it ๐Ÿ”ธFor me it has always been about the strength and confidence I have built in addition to the physical gains. I know I shouldn't let comments from people who don't know me get to me but I felt I needed to stand up for myself. This is ALL me. And I love this program. And it works! I love all of you for being so supportive always โค Stay classy fit fam! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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This debate over buns was so much easier than the actually needed debate about guns.

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