Kate Upton Sounds Off On Fat Comments: "I'm Not A Toy, I'm A Human. I'm Not Here To Be Used."
By Staff Writer | September 10, 2013 07:22 PM EDT
Kate Upton has an incredible body and won Model of the Year...and she's glad she's not a skinny, anorexic model.
Kate Upton topless photos abound, but Kate isn't the typical skinny model-and men don't seem to mind.
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Still, a recent Vogue cover prompted "fat" comments-and Kate insisted she's happy with her body, saying,
'The things that they're rejecting are things that I can't change. I can't change my bra size. They're natural! I can work out and I can stay healthy and motivated, but I can't change some things.
Kate Upton was recently seen at the U.S. Open chowing down on a sandwich...not picking at carrots like the rest of the anorexic models.
She's smarter than your average swimsuit model, too, Kate said....and often underestimated.
"I'm not a toy, I'm a human. I'm not here to be used. I am a grown woman, and you need to figure your [expletive] out. People deal with models like they are children. They think they can pull one over on you. It's actually funny. I'm always like, I'm about to pull something on you, and you're so focused on thinking I'm dumb you're not even going to know."
Still, Kate doesn't want to do a nude photo shoot, despite all the topless pics out there.
Kate Upton has had lots of offers for nude shoots, but she hasn't taken them up on it.
Do you think Kate is right to not worry about her weight? Sound off in the comments below!
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