Amy Schumer is no stranger to critics tearing her down when she poses for pictures. She's previously spoken about how depressing it was for people to describe her semi-naked photoshoot for the Pirelli calendar as "brave".
This month she is on the cover of Instyle's beauty issue in a plunging white Ralph Lauren Swimsuit looking incredible. But certain people still saw fit to take aim. Dana Duggan, an American swimwear designer commented on the shoot, saying: 'Come on now! You could not find anyone better for this cover? Not everyone should be in a swimsuit.'
Duggan reportedly went on to state that Schumer looked 'like a pig' and in a statement to the Huffington Post she defended her cruel comments, saying: 'I appreciate the free press. It's called Freedom of Speech.'
She added: 'I can have my opinion and you can have yours. I'm tired of the media and publications trying to push the FAT agenda. It's not healthy and it's not pretty. What is wrong with featuring healthy and fit cover models?
One commenter wrote: "@southshoreswimwear not everyone should be in a swimsuit?! Explain this for me please. As a swimwear retailer do you turn away customers because they don't belong in swimsuits?," to which Duggan replied:"@fafazone I don't sell Plus Size Swimsuits."
Some people clearly aren't worth engaging with.