A Playboy model has hit out at people who 'bully' her for being "too hot" and having a "nice body" – as she branded her haters "weird".
Cover star Nathy Kihara, 34, often likes to show off her curves on Instagram, where she has 747,000 followers.
However, despite tons of gushing comments on her sexy snaps, the Miss BumBum World 2021 champion claims she is met with a lot of hate too.
"Some people are really judging me for being too hot," she said.
"They have a problem with me being up to standard and having a nice body. That's weird."
Nathy claims that the recently backlash is pretty new to her, as she added: "It's different and it's not cool."
She says that she 'works out a lot' and watches what she eats to keep her body trim, and claims it's 'boring' when people hate on her.
The stunner posed for a series of sexy snaps as she proved just how hot she is.
Some of these saw her wearing a lacy black bra and thong, which she teamed with calf-high stockings and stiletto heels.
Nathy also rocked a see-through shawl as well as an elaborate silver jewelled necklace.
Completing the look, she wore immaculate makeup, which included sultry smoky eyeshadow and pink lips.
Meanwhile, her long dark locks were let loose as they were lightly crimped.
The stunner was seen showing off her curves as she posed against a wall.
While in another shot, Nathy changed into a sparkly silver crop top and skirt as she happily waves around a blanket.
Nathy hit headlines back in September after being voted the youngest Miss BumBum World just four months after giving birth to her daughter Luna.
She said at the time: "I am honoured to be able to represent and encourage many mums who suffer from self-esteem issues around the world."
According to Nathy, her bum measures 96cm and she claims she's never had any plastic surgery to increase her glutes.
Talking about her rear, the model said: "My butt is totally natural. I train a lot in order to maintain my body."
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