WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT – SI Posts Twerking Video Of Ashley Graham

David Hookstead | Reporter

Sports Illustrated proved once again that they’re not giving up on plus sized models when it posted an Ashley Graham twerking video Monday.

Look, I believe in freedom and women doing whatever they want. I’ve made this perfectly clear, but this trend of promoting plus size models has to end. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes)

I don’t understand why Sports Illustrated hasn’t gotten the memo or realized what the fanbase wants, but here we are. This video is outrageous.

They captioned the video, “This video of @theashleygraham twerking in a thong is EVERYTHING.” Yeah, no, it’s most certainly not. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything)

Why Sports Illustrated? Why are they doing this to us. How many people want to see that? Not many.

I’m sure Ashely Graham is a great person. I don’t doubt that at all. That’s not what my beef is about. My beef is that we’re normalizing not being healthy. I’m an incredibly unhealthy guy. I drink Mountain Dew all day, chug Miller Lites and eat food that isn’t healthy. However, people don’t celebrate my decisions. They’re mocked and ridiculed. I’m also not invited to play in the NFL simply because we need some size diversity. Give me a break. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down)

I don’t belong on an NFL field because I’ve treated my body like trash, and the NFL is only for the most elite in the world. Modeling should be viewed the same way. Give us the most elite women on the planet and nobody else gets to play.

We can’t let people think this is normal. Please, I’m begging everybody to just end this shtick. Give me the babes and keep everything else.

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