Bunnie Xo Reveals That Her Husband Jelly Roll Stopped Using Social Media Because He Was Tired Of Being Bullied About His Weight

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The internet is such a cesspool sometimes.

Sure, it’s a necessary evil, and obviously I make my living on the internet. But for some reason, once people are sitting behind a keyboard, they feel like they can say whatever they want about whoever’s on the other end. It’s like we forget there’s a real person on the other side of the screen who’s reading what you say about them – and that includes country artists who read the comments and tweets that you send them.

I’ll be honest, I don’t even read the comments on Facebook or look at my replies on Twitter anymore, because I know it’s never going to be anything productive. And this is the perfect example of that.

Bunnie Xo, host of the Dumb Blonde Podcast and wife of country superstar Jelly Roll, revealed in a clip from an upcoming episode of her podcast that her husband has stopped using the internet because of all the bullying he received about his weight:

“My husband got off the internet because he is so tired of being bullied about his f*cking weight.

And that makes me want to cry because he is the sweetest angel baby.

My husband doesn’t show it to you guys, but I’m gonna have a very vulnerable moment here. It hurts him.”

She also says that there’s the unfair (and unrealistic) expectation for celebrities that they should just have to put up with whatever people say about them:

“The internet can say whatever the f*ck they want about you, and they say, ‘Well you’re a celebrity, you’re supposed to be able to handle it.’ No the f*ck we’re not…

Do you know how many people kill themselves from being bullied a year? Enough is enough.”

Now, I’m sure people may look at his rough exterior and make judgments about him. And I’ve only met Jelly Roll once, and only had a short 2-minute conversation with him. But I can honestly tell you that in my brief interaction with him, he may have been one of the nicest dudes I’ve ever met.

A lot of celebrities come across as fake when you meet them, or don’t even take the time to talk, or are just flat out rude. But Jelly Roll was the total opposite of all those things. Just a good-ass dude who comes across as incredibly genuine and just a nice guy.

Not to mention, doing this job, you hear a lot of people say a lot of things about different celebrities. But I can honestly say I’ve never heard one person say anything but good things about Jelly Roll. What you see is what you get with him.

So you’ll never hear me say a bad word about Jelly Roll, just because he’s a such a good person – not even taking into consideration all that he’s done to give back to his community and those in need.

And he’s also been open about his struggles with weight loss. Jelly Roll is reportedly working with renowned bio hacker Gary Brecka, who set a goal to help the country star drop 250 pounds in 14 months.

The “Halfway To Hell” singer wanted to become more fit, and one of the goals he set not too long ago was to participate in and finish an upcoming 2 Bears 5K charity run, which is hosted by comedians Tom Segura and Bert Kreischer.

Jelly Roll wanted to make sure he was prepared for the event, and told People that he was taking his training very seriously:

“I’m probably down 70-something pounds. I’ve been really kicking ass, man. I’m doing two to three miles a day, four to six days a week. I’m doing 20 to 30 minutes in the sauna, six minutes in a cold plunge every day. I’m eating healthy right now.”

That’s definitely something he should be praised for, not bullied about.

But then again, people on the internet can really suck sometimes.

So before you think about making a rude comment about his weight, maybe take Bunnie’s words to heart:

Don’t bully people, because you never know where they are mentally.”

@xomgitsbunnie It was pretty therapeutic not gonna lie 🤣 Drops Wednesday 🎙️ 👱‍♀️ #dbpodcast #thegoldengirls ♬ original sound – Bunnie Xo 🪄

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