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Jacqueline Jossa hits out at ‘strange odd hater’ who criticised her for promoting ‘terrible’ clothes

Jacqueline Jossa has hit back at an online troll who accused her for selling ‘terrible s**t’ clothes.

The harsh remark came as the former EastEnders star, 28, took part in an Instagram Q&A to promote her latest clothing collection with online retailer In The Style.

But the mother-of-two was forced to defend her range as she condemned the ‘strange odd hater’ and questioned why they even followed her in the first place.

Fuming: Jacqueline Jossa has hit back at an online troll who criticised her for selling ‘terrible s**t’ clothes

On Friday, Jacqueline had happily been showing off a range of looks from the retailer as she urged her fans to bag a bargain amid the Black Friday sales.

However, one person took aim at her collection during the Q&A, as in a question seen by The Sun, they asked: ‘Why do you always release terrible s**t in the style clothes?’

Quick to respond to the troll, Jacqueline responded: ‘Ermmm I don’t! It’s beautiful, we work hard on it and sell pretty dang well! Shhhh you wolly…

‘I have a question for you hun… why follow me and join in on this if you are a strange odd hater?’

Criticism: The harsh remark came as the former EastEnders star, 28, took part in an Instagram Q&A to promote her latest clothing collection with online retailer In The Style

This week, the actress has been wowing on social media as she showed off a plethora of items from the clothing retailer. 

It comes after Jacqueline insisted that dress sizes ‘don’t mean anything’ to her after blasting Zara for branding a 12 as ‘plus-size.’

The former EastEnders star confessed she never pays attention to the size of her clothes as she likes to go bigger on some items for ‘a bit of movement.’

In July Jacqueline took to social media to blast the high street clothing brand Zara for their ‘offensive’ sizing, claiming that being forced to wear an ‘extra large’ caused her to have a ‘mental breakdown.’

Looking good: On Friday, Jacqueline had happily been showing off a range of looks from the retailer as she urged her fans to bag a bargain amid the Black Friday sales

Looking good: On Friday, Jacqueline had happily been showing off a range of looks from the retailer as she urged her fans to bag a bargain amid the Black Friday sales

Rude: However, one person took aim at her collection during the Q&A as they asked: 'Why do you always release terrible s**t in the style clothes?'

Rude: However, one person took aim at her collection during the Q&A as they asked: ‘Why do you always release terrible s**t in the style clothes?’

Jacqueline told Lorraine Kelly on Friday she no longer listens to the sizing on clothes as it can vary so much from shop to shop.

She said: ‘It’s a weird one, isn’t it? I am not really offended by plus size, I just don’t really know why it has to be addressed.

‘I just think it’s not really fair for people who are a size 14, 16, 18, living their best lives, that they start then comparing to a size 12 body thinking, ”but if that’s plus size then what am I?” It’s just so ridiculous.

Not impressed: 'I have a question for you hun... why follow me and join in on this if you are a strange odd hater?'

Not impressed: ‘I have a question for you hun… why follow me and join in on this if you are a strange odd hater?’

‘Two different size 12s could be a massive difference in actual weight, different in height…It just doesn’t mean anything. I always like to go a bit bigger in jeans because I like a bit of room.’

In July Jacqueline took to social media to furiously blast the clothing brand Zara after struggling to fit into a size 12 pair of shorts.

Speaking to fans on Instagram Stories, she said: ‘Loads of people asked me about my Zara haul because I went shopping the other night.

Changing her mindset: Jacqueline told Lorraine Kelly on Friday she no longer listens to the sizing on clothes as it can vary so much from shop to shop

Changing her mindset: Jacqueline told Lorraine Kelly on Friday she no longer listens to the sizing on clothes as it can vary so much from shop to shop

‘To be honest, I had a mental breakdown yesterday basically because the sizing in Zara is offensive. Just not having it really. So I had to take a whole load of stuff back.’

She added: ‘I was shocked when I got home yesterday honestly. I’m a size 12 and the large wouldn’t fit me from Zara.

‘I had to get the extra large which is not a problem but you know people who are over a size 14, size 16, size 18, do they just not shop in Zara?

‘I didn’t know that, I wasn’t aware of that and I haven’t shopped in Zara for years. So I kind of remember why I don’t shop in there anymore.

‘But you should have seen me yesterday trying to squeeze into a pair of shorts and stuff. Should have filmed it but it wasn’t a pretty sight.’

Having her say: She said: 'It's a weird one, isn't it? I am not really offended by plus size, I just don't really know why it has to be addressed'

Having her say: She said: ‘It’s a weird one, isn’t it? I am not really offended by plus size, I just don’t really know why it has to be addressed’


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