Whitney Means Thore Tells All About Her Stunning Breakup, the Pandemic and These Faux Romance Rumors

Meanwhile, everyone in her life has been supportive, including of course, mom and dad. “My parents really liked him. Obviously, they’re really disappointed for me, but I think they stayed pretty just, like, stable through the whole thing, I just think so that maybe I could feel some kind of stability,” she recalled. “They weren’t losing their tempers or cussing or anything like that…I think they were just kind of quiet, just disappointment in the way that it turned out.”
Despite the stoicism, she knows they remain concerned. “They haven’t said this,” she continued, “but obviously I think that they’re probably, you know, they worry about me like settling down, finding happiness while they’re still on the Earth, so I’m sure that they’re not too happy that I had to start over…They’re no closer to grandchildren or anything like that, so it kind of sucks for them as well.”

While she’s been able to lean on those closest in her life, online critics claiming her relationship with Chase was fake haven’t made matters any easier. “It’s really disheartening to me that every relationship I’ve ever been in that’s been public, people have said this. This is nothing new,” she pointed out. “I read about myself online all the time. People actually say that my friends are paid actors or that nobody could really like me, so obviously they must be getting a big benefit from it.”

Whitney notices the speculation ramps up more so around her romantic relationships with men. “It’s not surprising. I think it’s just sad. I think it’s a sad reflection on the fact that people think that fat women can’t be loved or that they have a feeling that this person is too attractive or this person’s too good for her or why would they want her?” she said. “To me, it just speaks about how people view fat women.”

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