An Aussie singer has clapped back at the critics who slammed her bikini-clad Instagram feed with an epic video that has since gone viral. Amy Sheppard has got something to say to her critics. Amy Sheppard has sent a strong message to her fans, as well as her critics this week. The bikini dance also attracted messages from women who are struggling with their self-esteem, thanking Sheppard for showing them how important it is to love their bodies. Get used to it!
It was released as a single on 26 July In a statement Amy Sheppard called the song "an empowerment anthem" saying "I've spent years trying to hide my flaws, to get the right lighting, the right pose, the right outfits all so I could hide" adding "I'm an average sized 12 woman. The thing is, I've been labelled all throughout my life Sadly, I can't say I have met a woman who hasn't done the same. In January, Amy began sharing unfiltered and unedited photos — with the hashtag KissMyFatAss — in a bid to encourage young social media users to love and accept their bodies as they are. Amy Sheppard said "I only had a couple of weeks to organise everything and I'm so proud of it and I'm proud of all of the women who agreed to be a part of it with me.