This just in on hashtags I didn’t think I needed, #compareyourselftocheesecake2016, a wonderful clap back to a man who mistakenly decided to body shame a teenage girl by comparing her prom picture to a piece of cheesecake. In a beautiful turn of solidarity events, a Twitter user @SpokenElle decided to create the hashtag, now Twitter is a little bit happier with supportive selfies and their cheesecake twins.
Here for this. Who is your cheesecake twin?
Prince and I have the same favorite color ???? #compareyourselftocheesecake2016 pic.twitter.com/Ok5cUvl4hZ
— Plantain Womanist (@spokenELLE) April 26, 2016
The tweets soon rolled in.
Don’t be mean, be meaningful. #CompareYourselfToCheesecake2016 ???? @spokenELLE pic.twitter.com/DC57f2VMHr
— MaRihanna (@HiMariana_) April 27, 2016
Banana cheesecake lol #compareyourselftoacheesecake2016 @spokenELLE ❤️ pic.twitter.com/CTR0Lh8J8y
— Spanishflyy® (@KiiDiosa) April 26, 2016
@spokenELLE I’m 500% here for this #compareyourselftoacheesecake2016 pic.twitter.com/sFPz76XGdn
— chyna kardashian. (@illestAyan) April 26, 2016
@spokenELLE #compareyourselftocheesecake pic.twitter.com/rw38707Pa9
— Nadia D’Alimonte (@nadonfilm) April 26, 2016
#CompareYourselfToACheesecake2016 @spokenELLE pic.twitter.com/0kF8CPf1fM
— [roopa cheema] (@RadRoopa) April 26, 2016
@spokenELLE #compareyourselftocheesecake2016 pic.twitter.com/1ycasrhMLd
— ᗩᗷᗷIE (@shxwtune) April 26, 2016
@spokenELLE @chiclebichx #compareyouretocheesecake2016 pic.twitter.com/rNJfcCy75C
— Darwin (@cyqs_) April 26, 2016
#compareyourselftoacheesecake2016 I love this thread ????@MinaLioness @spokenELLE @KENNABBBY pic.twitter.com/ufPXUE0JwD
— Umm Naaz (@sakinarawr) April 26, 2016
Even MTV got in on the delicious movement.
— MTV News (@MTVNews) April 26, 2016