I'm trolled for rubbing my baby bump – people say it's just 'chub'… who cares? I'm 20 & earning £12k a DAY

A MUM-TO-BE has hit back at an online troll who said her baby bump is just a ''chub''.

Masie Crompton, from the UK, is a 20-year-old who regularly shares her pregnancy journey on social media.


24 weeks pregnant with a baby girl, the business owner recently went viral after revealing her list of rules when her newborn arrives.

But whilst the mum-to-be might be excited for the arrival of her daughter, for whom she's already started to order adorable second-hand clothing, Masie has also seen the odd remark left by a troll.

In one such video, which has been viewed more than a whopping 382,000 times, the 20-year-old replied to a person who was convinced she has been faking her pregnancy.

''I hate to say it but that isn't your bump,'' read the comment.

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The mean troll went on to write: ''20 weeks you hardly show, you can't just rub your chub and say that's your baby.''

Hitting back, Masie then lip-synced to MEAN! by Madeline The Person.

''One thing I like about me is that I'm nothing like you and I never will be.''

''that’s all I have to say to you,'' she continued in the caption of the viral clip that's seen more than 22,000 likes.

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After taking the internet by storm, Masie shared a follow-up video with her mum who had also allegedly seen a hate comment left on her TikTok.

Stood next to her daughter, the parent reminded: ''We have all the time and all of the resources to burn them all to the f*****g ground.''

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The mum lip-synced to a quote by Kim Kardashian when she called a lawyer, after her son, Saint, stumbled on a “super inappropriate” ad about her infamous tape with Ray J.

And all the resources do they have indeed, as Masie had on one occasion made £12k a day.

During the lockdown, the 20-year-old started Totes for You, a fashion brand that creates slogan totes, hoodies, stationery and prints, with the company now boasting over 177,000 followers on TikTok.

Speaking in the video, Maisie explains: “In the first lockdown I had just finished my A-levels and was working in Waitrose.

“I was really bored in my spare time and I had an idea to start embroidering and it just came to me – tote bags.

“I had no idea how to run a business let alone a successful business.

“I started with £25 that I actually got from my granny.

''I bought needles, an embroidery hoop, embroidery thread and tote bags for £25 all off Amazon.''

But the first 'drop' on Depop was a success, with the bags selling out in just two minutes.

After launching her website later in June, Maisie’s orders continued to tick over, turning over £4,000 in her first month and seeing her following on social media slowly increase.

“In September I quit my supermarket job which meant so much to me, it was a mark of what I achieved.''

By January this year Maisie had launched several new product lines, branching out from totes into sweatshirts, hoodies, notebooks, prints and planners – seeing her turn over five figures a month.

“I was on a gap year. Now I’m on a gap life, I have no plans to go to uni in the near future,” she told her followers.

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“I am saving so that I can get a mortgage on a house. I would rather not rent because I see it as a waste of money.

“I’m financially stable enough that I can afford to live somewhere nice, but it’s just not money that I really want to spend.”



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