An Instagram influencer has become true to the dramatic steps she has taken to maintain her weight of only 119 lbs.
Robbie Matthews She told her followers everything about her unhealthy lifestyle, which consists of cocaine and cigarettes, in a candid Instagram question-and-answer session Tuesday.
She said, according to the Australian site: “I took a lot of cocaine, like a lot, so basically, I smoked cigarettes, was black and coke.” news.com.au. “And in between, it was tapas. Like my life it was tapas and cocaine.”
Matthews told her followers it was “too easy” to cover up drug use and unhealthy eating habits.
“A lot of people never understood how I could eat and I’m still so thin.” “But I think it’s very easy to hide the addiction.” Whether it is an addiction, depression or anxiety, she added.
She also said her diet is no different from others who fit into the same “social media influencer” category that she belongs to.
“I need to be careful in what I’m saying here, but in the modeling and influencer business, everyone loves it [coke]”This is how most of the body is preserved … This is how my body has been preserved,” the 25-year-old revealed.
Now, the mom of two says her life, diet, and weight have improved – and she’s happier because of it.
Dietitian and nutritionist Marisa Michulam told Yahoo Lifestyle that social media influencers need to be careful because broadcasting an unhealthy lifestyle could be harmful to some of their followers.
“The role influencers play in influencing their followers’ diet and lifestyle decisions is really scary,” Micholam said. “People view influencers as’ goals’ in many ways. Then followers try everything to replicate the influencers’ lifestyles, thinking that they are also capable of achieving these goals.”
She added: “Maybe Ruby was” skinny “while following this diet, but I think we can all agree that there is nothing healthy at all.”
Many of Matthews’ followers appreciated her frank confessions about her past drug use and efforts for change.
I love you then I love you now! One Instagram user said, “But I’m definitely glad you were being honest about Coke because it’s so true, 99.9% of bodies don’t look naturally skinny, people should at least be honest about why they look like this.”
Fellow Blogger and Fitness Coach Crystal Hipwell She also praised Matthews for her honesty.
“You are gorgeous!!!” Hipwell Books. “In a world where everyone is always trying to show that they are” perfect, “you breathe fresh air.” Thanks for keeping it real, “she said.
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