Friday, Maria Kang who is also known as the“Fit Mom” apologized for her comment made on Facebook this week; Kang was banned from the website as a result of the comment. The photo in question if of the “Fit Mom” herself with her three kids and under the photo she put the caption: “What’s your excuse?” See the video to the left. The news of the “Fit Mom” has created a buzz.
Maria Kang, 33, went on to complain about the media coverage of a plus-sized women lingerie group is getting and why it is so positive, and that she was getting annoyed at all of the attention the group is getting. Then she goes on to complain about obesity rates and child obesity, according to ABC News.
“We keep blaming the culprit (school lunches, fast food) when the real change starts at home,” wrote Kang.
“People made me feel bad about posting a picture of me and my children. When you see someone who is healthy it’s almost so shocking. … We’ve gone to a point where we’re normalizing [a health] crisis.”
In her deleted post on Facebook, Kang wrote that “We need to change this strange mentality we are breeding in the U.S.”
After Maria Kang posted her photo and her comments about obesity, a viewer reported it and a social media site said that her comments should be considered “hate speech” and then Facebook temporarily banned the “Fit Mom” from their site. Facebook later reported that her post had been taken down by mistake.
Afterwards, Maria Kang said on her Facebook page:
“I think you should love yourself. But there’s a fine line we’re walking between I love myself and accept myself, and I love and accept and want to progress myself.”
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